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As an avid reader, I always look forward to opportunities to read new books and I welcome any requests for book reviews.

As a university student, I will gladly accept advance reader copies of books, but I’m also more than happy to purchase them personally – any excuse to go book shopping is an irresistible one! I do prefer hardcovers or paperbacks, but I am willing to accept e-books as well.

I most often read young adult books in the genres of fantasy, sci-fi, paranormal, and dystopia, but also enjoy contemporaries, romances, comedies, and historical fiction. Unfortunately I don’t tend towards non-fiction, mystery, thriller or horror, but I am definitely open to exploring new avenues.

I do not receive compensation for my reviews, I write them solely for the purpose of sharing my reading experience with others. I am honest in my reviews, but not brutally or unfairly so. I do my best to read and review books as quickly as possible, but as a student, I can get bogged down in school work. Typically, I can have the book read and reviewed in 2-3 weeks at most.

Generally I will post a condensed version of my review on Goodreads, with a link to view the full review here on My Bibliophile Mind. My reviews include a picture of the book cover, a description of the book, as per Goodreads, and occasionally I include quotes from the book itself. I write about things that jumped out at me while reading, most often character, plot, and writing style.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me at: mybibliophilemind@gmail.com

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