Notice: I am not taking unsolicited review copies at the moment. Thanks for understanding.
This is a list of ARCs and review copies I’ve received and not yet reviewed, so you know what you’re getting into if you ask to have me review something. Netgalley and Librarything have priority, currently; a lot of my Angry Robot books aren’t included because they were part of my Robot for a Day prize rather than explicitly given as ARCs. If I’ve requested something specifically, I will move it to the top of the pile.
These are in alphabetical order by author, not priority order or anything of the sort. And finally, an asterisk means I have actually purchased a copy since.
- Ernest Cline, Armada.
- David Dalglish & Robert J. Duperre, Dawn of Swords.
- Doranna Durgin, Wolverine’s Daughter.
- David Edison, The Waking Engine.
- Christopher Golden, Mister October.
- Eliza Granville, Gretel and the Dark.
- Peter Higgins, Wolfhound Century.
- Danielle L. Jensen, Stolen Songbird.
- Anna Kashina, Blades of the Old Empire.
- Kay Kenyon, A Thousand Perfect Things.
- John Lawson, The Loathly Lady.
- Rebecca Levene, Smiler’s Fair.
- Ken Liu, The Grace of Kings.
- Juliet Marillier, Tower of Thorns.
- James A. Moore, The Blasted Lands.
- Sharan Newman, Defending the City of God.
- Jay Posey, Morningside Fall.
- Richard Ellis Preston, Jr, Romulus Buckle & The City of the Founders.
- Richard Ellis Preston, Jr, Romulus Buckle & The Engines of War.
- Phil Tucker, Crude Sunlight.
- Thomas Sweterlitsch, Tomorrow & Tomorrow.
- Patrick Weekes, The Palace Job.
- Barbara Ann Wright, A Kingdom Lost.
- W.B.J. Williams, The Garden at the Roof of the World.
- Sarah Zettel, Fool’s War.
- Various, Long Hidden.*
I will delete titles from this list as I get round to reading and reviewing them. If you still want to send me a review request, you can catch me at bibliophibianbreathesbooks[at]gmail[dot]com. Please bear in mind I make no promises about taking your book or about reviewing it in a timely manner.
If you’re from Netgalley and worried about my approvals/feedback ratio, it’s currently 76% and getting better: there was a period where I wasn’t well and things got on top of me.
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The highest I’ve ever seen mine hit is 31% 😀
Oh wow. I wasn’t getting approved when mine was down at 50%!
Oh Hmmm, I wonder if that’s why I didn’t get approved for some ARCs. Even with such a terrible rating, I still get approved for a lot of the stuff I request. Ah well. From next Friday I’m going on an ARC clean up campaign 😀
I really need to keep working on mine. But there’s so many books!
Them feels. Right now I’m struggling just to stay ahead of archive dates.
I LOVE this! I’m netgalley too, as a librarian, but retired now. Gotta make the transition but trying to get a blog up and running before my ng drops to nada again. I FINALLY have my rate up to 73%! Then it’ll drop to zero 😦
I’m kinda snowed under, heh…
Hello there. I’m interested in including you in my list of book review bloggers (especially if I could add a category for you on graphic novels) on:
It is free to be on the directory, and it is a way for readers and authors to find your website. Let me know either via the “contact me” or the “Join the List” form if that’s something that interests you!
Thanks! I’ll take a look now.