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  2. Craig says:

    Hey there!
    I apologize in advance if this isn’t the right way to get in touch with you, but I couldn’t find a contact e-mail anywhere on the site.
    I was wondering if you are open to reviewing a short graphic novel that I just completed? If so, what’s the best procedure for this?
    Hope all is well, and I apologize in advance if this is the wrong mode of communication. Not trying to spam or anything!
    [email protected]

    • celticf1 says:

      Yes, This is as good a way as any to contact me. I have emailed you more information. I look forward to reading your book.

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  4. arthur sines says:


    I have a book I’d like a review on. let me know if you can take a look at it. Thank you.

  5. Tisa Josey says:

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  7. Dear Alex,
    I am wondering if I may email you information about my novel for review consideration. Please email me to let me know the appropriate way to get in touch with you. I enjoyed finding your blog.

    Thank you!


  8. Robert says:

    I wonder if you’d consider reviewing my ebook, “The Trouble with Rane”. It’s science fiction, though I hope you’ll find there’s a good sprinkling of humor in there as well.

    You can read an extract here: http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/328414

    If you’re interested, I can let you have a full copy.


  9. James Loftus says:

    I would love for you obviously a Celt with your name & website name to review my Scottish epic. Promo and reviews attached.

    I look forward to hearing from you.



  10. Hello! I’m at work surfing around your blog from my new iphone 4!

    Just wanted to say I love reading your blog and look forward to all
    your posts! Keep up the fantastic work!

  11. Lorain O'Neil says:

    Hi. I came across your posting on the Amazon forum re NetGalley, then checked out your reviews. So, thought I’d ask if you might consider reviewing my novel “The Liar Charms.” It’s self-pubbed, on Amazon, here’s the link:


    Thanks for your time in considering this, Alex.

    Lorain O’Neil

  12. Priscila Barone says:

    Hello, Alex.

    I’m a self-published author, and here’s my e-book, “Magic Leg”:

    It’s totally free. 😉

    I would love if you could read! Thank you! =D

  13. Krista says:

    Based on your fiction genre preferences as shown on your website, I believe you would find my novel to be of interest to you.

    Intent is a 147 page New Adult dramatic thriller focused on twenty-two year old Raylee Johnson who is bored with small town life. When her parents die, she grows bitter. Then her high school crush comes into town and she finds a renewed sense of happiness. But when her former nemesis shows up, disconcerting events start to take place and Raylee finds herself questioning who she can trust.

    If interested, please let me know which format works best for you, PDF or Mobi.
    Thank you for your time,

    Krista Wagner

    Amazon.com: Intent eBook: Krista Wagner: Kindle Store

  14. K Kumar says:

    I came across your website and I recently self published a novel and I wanted to ask if you might be interested in reviewing. I pasted the description below and if it is something that sounds interesting to you please let me know and I can send a copy.

    Vik has just turned thirty, and after meeting with a friend, decides to make a change in his life. He takes a job as an auditor and moves to Africa. As part of his job, Vik travels to various countries in Southern Africa and meets with people affected by poverty and disease with the goal of examining whether foreign aid programs are effective. Against this backdrop, he falls for Latha. They work together and they form a relationship in the midst of a difficult assignment in Africa. This relationship eventually manifests into love and tumult.

    This is a story about human relationships, discovery, and Africa. As Vic travels throughout the continent, he discovers the majesty of Africa, the beautiful landscape, the hospitality, and deeper truths about human struggles and the power of charity.


  15. Beth Hudson says:

    Hi! I’m interested in seeing if you would like to do a review of my upcoming fantasy novel “Etched in Fire”. It’s a small press book due to be released on September 1st (though they may be a few days behind). You can find the info on the website given. (A caveat — that’s not the actual cover, I don’t have it yet). You can email me if you would like. Thank you for the consideration.

  16. Hello,

    I would like to submit my debut novel, anemgram., for review consideration.

    Here is what it is about:

    A young girl emerges out of the woods. David is in the middle of wrestling with an unsatisfactory existence when she enters his life. He decides to look out for the girl, but he soon discovers she may not be all she seems.

    Together they decide to seek out a place of safety, away from a world that could misunderstand their relationship. As their troubles come to the surface, events take a turn that will have life-changing consequences for the both of them.

    My Amazon Author Page:

    Thank you for your time,


  17. I am very much interested in having you review “Timesnatched: Pole Star.”

    Brief Synopsis: Three teens are flung twenty years into the future where time coins and bohrium bracelets can mean the difference between life and death. Thrown together in a dystopian New York City, an American farm boy, English school girl and teen scientist will have to quickly unite and join the Coalition of Liberty. The girl’s quiet life along Wigan’s Pier is behind her and she is now faced with trusting the daring young American and the geek kid who can almost invent something from nothing. The boys will either save them all from this strange turn of events or they’ll plunge them even deeper into a frightening world of oppressive dictators, rebel forces and teenagers who are kidnapped for their future talents.

    Thanks for your consideration–I look forward to hearing from you!

    [email protected]

  18. Dave McDonald says:

    Dear Alex,
    I’ve just launched my 12th suspense/thriller ebook, “Too Many”. I’d love to have your review. Here is a brief description of “Too Many”:
    The world as we know it is changing. In a few of the more energy-dependent countries, civilization is teetering on the brink of collapse.
    And yet life in the U.S. seems unchanged, with the exception of a non-forecasted hurricane devastating New York City. Jake Palmer, a young reputable environmental engineer, is unconcerned. Other than girlfriend issues, his life is normal, routine; until his company sends him to a meeting no one knows anything about, not even the location.
    Jake’s life as he knows it is about to change . . . from mediocrity to a living nightmare.

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