As the title says, I’m now officially accepting review requests! That’s all. Okay you can go and do whatever you’re doing.
I think I read somewhere not too long ago that every book blogger should make a review policy, even when the blog is only days old. This is because you’ll definitely receive review requests from all sorts of strangers and you don’t want to be a dumping place of books you don’t know what to do with (and worse, you don’t want to read).
Review policies serve as a guide for author and publishers to your preferences and reviewing habits and methods. It also helps minimize the clutter of unwanted books and emails. Lately, I’ve been receiving a few review requests and, I have to admit, I’m not really sure what to do with them. I sort of make-up stuff as I write a reply so I thought it high time to create a review policy, which you’ll find at my nav bar over thereee ^ I got most of the format and ideas from Bookwraiths. I suggest you check out his blog for awesome giveways and book updates.
Now, for the second part of this post, I have one question.
What book comes across your mind whenever you hear Bildungsroman?