review policy

Welcome Book Recommendations!

I am open to any book recommendations you may have, however I do have a few guidelines! Thank you so much for your recommendations, as well as your cooperation!

If you have read my blog for very long, you know that I love books from many various genres, and from many different reading levels. I prefer reading and reviewing biographies, autobiographies, historical fiction, children’s books, cookbooks, and books about Christian theology and life.

I do not review books about vampires, horror, witchcraft, or mainstream romance novels. I ask that you do not recommend any books that fall into those genres. I would also ask that if you recommend  books with adult language or content that you would please make mention of it in your recommendation.

If you recommend a book, I will mention you in the review, with a link to your site, if applicable.

 Welcome Authors!

I welcome books from authors! If you are an author, I would be happy to read and review your book. However, I do ask for a complimentary copy, and if it is a series, I would need the previous books in the series. If you would like, I would be happy to host a giveaway with an additional copy you provide, for favorable reviews.

Please note that I do not guarantee a favorable review– if I disagree with something in your book, I will point it out and address it, but I will not be mean.

Welcome Comments!

If you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact me!

I want to hear your opinions on the books I review, and if you have any questions, I will try to answer to the best of my ability.

If you have a question that is perhaps shared by others, I might even feature your question on the blog!

Ratings

Here at The Nerdy Bookworm, I employ a five grade rating system, with being best and F being worst.

means a book is stellar! This is a book I very highly recommend. It will have the most sound theology, best moral principles, and most captivating story.

means this book is really good, and I would recommend it, but it has some problems, either in theology, principals, or storytelling.

means this book is in the land between good and ok, having some serious problems, either in theology, principals, or storytelling.

means this book is not worth reading, either because of theology, principals, or storytelling.

means this book is terrible, and I would never recommend it, either because of theology, principals, or storytelling.

Guest Reviews

If you are interested in posting guest reviews for The Nerdy Bookworm, feel free to contact me. I do not guarantee that your review will be posted on The Nerdy Bookworm, but I am open to considering your review.

If you are interested in having The Nerdy Bookworm guest post on your blog, get in touch! I love to connect with other bloggers, especially if we are talking books.

Review Programs

I am proud to review books for these wonderful programs:

Tyndale Blog Network
I review for BookLook Bloggers


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