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  1. Hey, i live in bangladesh and book depository doesn’t ship there neither does Amazon so i was wondering if you would consider using ebay. Plz let me know and thank you so much !

  2. Hi Shannon,

    I’ve just come across your blog and I wanted to approach you about reviewing my debut coming out this autumn with new US publisher Write Plan.

    A little bit about the book: The book is entitled The Unadjusteds, a YA sci-fi/dystopian about a world where 80% of the population has been genetically enhanced via a nanite pill. When the fearsome president dictates that all ‘unadjusteds’ are to take a nanite, sixteen-year old Silver flees the city with her scientist father. They hide away from the president’s army with her best friend and a motley crew of unadjusteds and superfreaks (insert love triangle here) while they figure out how to fight back. With the pace of the Divergent series and the superhuman powers of Heroes, The Unadjusteds pushes the human race beyond its evolutionary boundaries – with dire consequences.

    I’m looking at a release of Octomber/November and hoping ARCs and advanced copies will be available in March/April. There is a link to GoodReads here: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/41151459-the-unadjusteds?from_search=true

    And if I could ask a couple of questions:

    • Would you accept an e-copy?
    • What platforms do you post reviews on?

    Do let me know if you’re interested.

    I’m around on twitter too @MarisaNoelle77

    Best wishes,


  3. Albert J. Allie


    I am a writer/filmmaker from Queens, NY. I have just released a book entitled “Summerfield,” which is inspired by a true story. It takes place in Queens, Ny. I was wondering if you would be interested in reading an possibly reviewing it. Below is a link and the blurb to the book. Please let me know if you are interested. Thank you so much.

    Albert J. Allie
    Would you go back to confront the horrifying past that you’ve spent years trying to forget? It isn’t easy going home to the place that nearly broke you.
    In 1984, Alan was just a kid living with an abusive, drug addicted mother. Growing up on the streets of Queens, NY Alan had to struggle to take care of himself – and his four of his best friends. They all relied on him, partly because they also had no one else, and partly because he seemed to have a knack for the downtrodden. Fast forward fifteen years and Alan feels the warm summer breeze against his skin and hears voices he hasn’t heard in a long, long time. Summerfield welcomes him like an old friend – a friend with history, knowledge and secrets that could change everything for Alan. Take a journey through the past and present with Alan, while he comes face to face with old loves and the horrible childhood that he’d left behind as a young teen.
    The past is a strange and beautiful thing. Some people run from it, some try to relive it, some try to recreate it, and some try to pretend that it didn’t exist… yet the path builds and defines us all. For Alan, the past is a living, breathing thing that has chased him from the streets of Summerfield to present day, where is drags him back to his roots for a funeral that never should have had to happen.


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