It was with a heavy heart that I had to come to this decision, it was one that I didn't come to lightly. I have been mulling this over for months and after talking to some great writers and publishers this weekend I knew I was going to make the right decision.
Don't worry everyone Ginger Nuts of Horror is here to stay. I have just had to make a major cull on the books for review. Please understand this task was not taken lightly. I have spent days going through the huge list of books sitting in my inbox all barking for attention like a pound puppy. The list was just impossible to manage.
there was no hard fast rule as to which books were saved other than, is there ever any chance of me actually wanting to read this book. What I will do is pass on some of the books that sadly didn't make the cut to my two fabulous co reviewers, they might like the sound of it, they might not.
Some of may think that this is a bit unfair, but my review policy clearly states that there is no guarantee of a review. And as it says in the review policy a 99p or even a £7.99 paperback copy of your book does not mean I am entering into a contract with the writer.
On a more positive note, reviews are not the be all and end of book promotion. I know you writerly types love to see loads of positive reviews on Amazon, but looking from the viewpoint of my site, reviews are visited and shared a lot less than the interviews and guest posts. Which means if we can't review your book, please take up the chance to do an interview or a guest post. These will always be accompanied with a synopsis, the cover and a link to purchase the book you are currently trying to promote.
I'll do my best to promote your books, it just might not be in the form of a review.