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.
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.
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!
Here at The Nerdy Bookworm, I employ a five grade rating system, with A being best and F being worst.
A 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.
B means this book is really good, and I would recommend it, but it has some problems, either in theology, principals, or storytelling.
C means this book is in the land between good and ok, having some serious problems, either in theology, principals, or storytelling.
D means this book is not worth reading, either because of theology, principals, or storytelling.
F means this book is terrible, and I would never recommend it, either because of theology, principals, or storytelling.
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.
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