Contact / Review policy

Sam and Molly would like to read and review your book! Please contact us via a comment on this post or twitter if you would like us to read and review an advanced copy of your book.

Molly: @innocencewalker
Sam: @merrygodown

Molly will review: young adult contemporary, sci-fi, dystopian, paranormal and fantasy. She accepts both egalleys formatted for kindle or a physical advanced reader copy. Please tweet/comment to tell her more about your book (leave a link if you have one!) and if she’s interested she will let you know. She reads ARCs one month before publication and posts her reviews on this blog, goodreads & All reviews will be her own honest opinion (both positive and negative).

Sam Will Review: middle grade & young adult contemporary, sci-fi, dystopian, paranormal, fantasy, and historical fiction (depending on the time period). She accepts both egalleys formatted for kindle or a physical advanced reader copy. She always tries to read her galleys a month before release and posts her reviews on this blog, Goodreads, and Currently she is a full time library student training to be a children and youth librarian, so from January to April and September to December she is limited to the amount of ARCs she will be reading.

2 thoughts on “Contact / Review policy

  1. Daniel Waltz

    Hi River and Sam!!

    Your blog is really nice! It’s cozy and peaceful and makes me want to eat a peach and have a cup of tea. I want to know if one of you guys would be interested in reviewing my book? It’s a young adult fantasy romance with a mix of runaway. I put the bio and I do have a link, which I also put below. I’d love to hear one of your thoughts on it–I couldn’t decide which one to send this directly to. Sorry!

    BIO: Adventure finds those who are brave enough to take the first step.

    Aaron never wanted to pursue kingship, but his care for the lives of his people forced him toward it. When his father, The King of Upitar, sends him on a quest to find a girl who was prophesied long ago to destroy their world, Aaron finds himself fighting the option of running away forever or fulfilling his destiny as the Heir of Upitar.

    By water traveling, a gift his people have that allows them to go back and forth between their world and Earth through water, Aaron starts this adventure with thousands of thoughts and questions racing around his head.

    While on his journey, he inadvertently meets the very girl he’s sent to kill, Madalyne Harper. Without knowing it’s her, an unlikely romance between the sarcastic and daring Madalyne Harper begins to flourish with the rebellious and curious, Prince Aaron Archien. As they grow closer, Aaron begins to learn of secrets within the Harper family regarding water travelers. Wanting to learn more, and wanting an excuse to hang out with Madi, Aaron continues to delay his original mission. As family problems and outside forces press down on them, Aaron and Madi soon find themselves running away together.

    Everything between them is great until Aaron learns the girl he has connected so well with is the same girl he’s going to have to kill…


    I look forward to hearing back from you soon! 🙂

    – Daniel Waltz


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