Review Policy

Authors, Publishers, and Publicists:

I’m more than willing to receive a book to review on my blog. Please contact me at caughtbetweenthepagesblog at gmail dot com.
My primary interest is anything young adult, fiction, or fantasy but I am willing to branch into other genres.
I’d also love to have an interview with the author or host a giveaway on my blog.
I’m flexible with specifics (posting the review on a certain day, reading by a certain date, etc.).
If I cannot be sent a physical copy of the book, I also accept PDF files and epub.

As it would be impossible for me to accept every request, I would like to thank you for your consideration and understanding.

Thank you very much,


3 thoughts on “Review Policy

  1. Hi Kayla, I do love your blog, and well I have to go ahead and ask, because the worst that can happen is that you will send me to spam, spams probably not nearly as disgusting as it looks on the grocers shelves so I can take it.

    I’ve just been published which is a really good thing, because I am almost certain that my constant practice of human sacrifice in the hopes of being published is probably illegal in most states. The book is called The Wedding Gift and I’ll blurb it, hope to interest you and then slink away and sit patiently by my laptop!

    The Wedding Gift is told in the voice of Leeann a crazy charming small town beauty queen who runs for corn princess loses the boy she wants and marries the idiot son of the towns richest family all before senior year is over. Marrying for money can be really dangerous. Leeann’s new mother in law is beyond horrible and the wedding gift she receives is a little off too. Mrs. Willetts, Leeann’s new in law is appalled at her sons choice so as a tongue in cheek wedding gift she gives the newlyweds a fabulous antebellum mansion, one still occupied by an earlier beautiful unwanted bride who lived there and killed there.

    The Wedding Gift is the first in the series, its sequel The Comeback will be released in December.

    Whew, hopefully that was brief enough, and I know we writer types are a little biased so if you want to you could check out Amazon there are a few reviews up, and other than that, I’ll just cross my fingers and hope to hear from you.

    Very sincerely yours,

    Kathleen Mckenna


  2. NORTH OF BEAUTIFUL by Justina Chen Headley is a really good book.
    There is the Summary:
    Sixteen-year-old Terra seems to be a typical high-achieving high-school student. Under her heavy makeup, though, she hides a port-wine colored birthmark on her cheek that makes her feel like an outsider. During yet another attempt to remove the birthmark, Terra runs into Jacob, a gorgeous Goth with a cleft-palette scar. That encounter initiates a transformation in both Terra and her subservient mother. Headley has written an exquisite book that explores the difference between physical and true beauty as Terra and her mother travel from Washington state to China, and from the home of a shame-faced, cruel cartographer into the presence of an adventurous, strong woman and her insightful teenage son. Headley uses map metaphors throughout, even in the activity, geocaching, which helps bond Terra and Jacob in both Washington and China. She also uses Terra’s artistic medium, collage, as a literary device to create layer upon layer of experiences and insights into a artfully written journey of self-discovery, self-actualization, and love. With every carefully chosen word, well-crafted sentence, and fully developed character, Headley maps out a wholly satisfying reading experience that takes readers from terra nullis to terra firma.


  3. Greetings Kayla-
    You have some nice reviews on your site, and I enjoyed browsing them. I am nearly ready to release a new fantasy novel with science fiction elements and I wondering if you would be interested in reviewing it?

    Author: Lars Teeney
    Number of published books: 4

    Title: The Shackled Scribes
    Genre: Fantasy
    Release date: 9/20/16
    Target audience: New Adult/Adult


    Futharkia is a city built upon the layout of an ancient rune shape, and a foundation of slavery. The Broxanians have been enslaved by the Olgoikhorkian Masters to exploit the Broxanian talent for rune-scribing. In exchange, the rune-scribes are compensated with the sweet, golden liquid, Ichor, that the giant worm-like Olgoikhorkians secrete from their glands. The Ichor also happens to be highly addictive and psychoactive. The system has worked for millennia. However, the Great Fern Jungle that surrounds Futharkia is dying, being bleached white by some unseen force. Coupled with the fact that the simian-like Fern Lice have been hunted to near extinction to provide for Futharkia’s ever-increasing demand for food, the ecosystem is near collapse. It is amid this setting that Cyesko Limariar, an aging rune-scribe makes one last attempt at greatness to lift himself out of poverty, even if by fraudulent means.

    Cover Image:

    Word count: 48,300
    I understand there will not be a deadline for review.
    I can furnish a .mobi or Epub, doc file, print

    Thank you,
    Lars Teeney


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