Review Policy

This site is currently closed to review requests. Submissions will reopen on the 6th of June 2017. Thank you.


Most of the reviews on this website are for published books and advanced reading copies that I have received in exchange for an honest review. All of my reviews are unbiased and reflect my own opinions. Acceptance of a book does not guarantee a positive review.

I read a wide range of genres but I have a penchant for romance and enjoy it most when it is mixed in with other genres-Historical/Mystery/Time Travel/ Paranormal/Suspense/cosy mystery/contemporary romantic thriller. 
I like traditional regency romance and historical mystery romance as well.

I accept children's books- including picture books and good rhyming stories for 4-6 age bracket.
I'm also interested in stories as Gaeilge for younger readers.

I am open to giveaways, cover reveals, author interviews and blog tours.
If you'd like me to keep a track of any proof reading errors as I read your book I would be happy to do so. Just let me know in your request and I will email them back to you when I'm finished. 


If you would like your book reviewed please email me at
inishowencailin@gmail.com or drop me a line on Facebook  Goodreads or
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I cross post reviews on AmazonUK, Goodreads, LibraryThing and Audible

I accept print copies and most digital formats. Mobi is my preferred digital format.

If you need a review done quickly, an audio copy would be the best format to send.

6 comments:

  1. You have been nominated for the Sisterhood of World Bloggers Award, by Moonbum

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  2. Please let me know if my thrid novel, "October 32nd" is of interest to review.

    It's October 31st and the quaint town of Elora is holding its annual Halloween festival. This year, something is wrong, very wrong. Odd mishaps are endangering the children. Local eccentric, Missy Claridge, senses something amiss and warns the town officials to postpone the upcoming festivities but is ignored. The only person who takes her seriously is traveling insurance salesman, Alexander Malefant. Later that evening, all the children in the village suddenly disappear. The townsfolk are baffled. Soon, every person becomes a suspect as residents frantically try to discover what happened to the children. Who or what is behind these disappearances, and can they get the children back before it's too late?
    regards, Larry Rodness

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    1. Hi Larry. I would be able to review it in January if that is any good to you?

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    2. Apologies if I did not see this earlier but yes, January is fine. Please let me know what e format you'd prefer and send your email address to me at lrodness@gmail.com

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    3. Apologies if I did not see this earlier but yes, January is fine. Please let me know what e format you'd prefer and send your email address to me at lrodness@gmail.com

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  3. Hi, I am booked up now until mid February. Please see my review policy above for my email details and format preferences. Thank you.

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