My name is Chris Profeta, and I am the author of the young adult novel, "Life in Pieces." I am contacting you to see if you would be willing to review the book and/or host me on a blog tour. I also have a short story and poetry collection called Skyful of Love. it is a little shorter, so if you'd rather review that, that's cool too.My website is http://ChristopherProfeta.webs.com, and there are links to both books there.Thanks so much,Chris Profeta
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My name is Bette Gallard. I have two books that I hope you will review. The titles and synopses are copied below. I can send the ebooks. STREAKS AND CUCKOOSMoles have been underestimated for too long, but Streaks and Cuckoos sets the record straight. Moles are more technologically advanced than humans and live according to a sophisticated moral code established by their great ancestor Ylem; attributes that will be severely tested when a Surface Dweller decides to build a shopping centre over their colony and the remains of a Victorian orphanage. They will stop her, but only with the help of teenagers Josh and Tony Junior, theKnowing, an English teacher, Sybil the office cleaner ... plus a considerable amount of intrigue, risky business and adventure along the way.MUTANIACarla and Jason are two fourteen-year-olds in the year 5009. They live in Paraboloid G Five – a community divided into clearly defined status groups: Elders, Seniors, Inter-eds, Substandards and Unclassifieds. Within this system, Carla and Jason are analogous Inter-eds, but also crucially different. He is a Boff and she is a Nonc. Life in the Paraboloid is organised and the future predictable until the day Jason finds the Transmutator – a palm-size, flat silver box. He has no idea what it is or where it came from, other than that it fell out of the sky - a discovery that will change everyone’s lives and not just on Earth. Mμtania is pure fantasy based on very logical, scientificprinciples.
Title: Chronicles Of KilixSummary:This is the first book in the series - Chronicles Of Kilix In the year 2055, humanity almost lost everything...The rise of the Artificial Intelligence in 2055 known as The Lost Year resulted in massive casualties on a global scale. Planes crashed, elevators malfunctioned, Missiles launched and brought the human race to it's knees. Humanity was able to stop the A.I. after a year of tragedy and devastation and have been rebuilding ever since. Forty years after The Lost Year in 2064 the Cryptocoin Rush brought with it a new society head. The Corporations deemed the government useless and have replaced them entirely, along with the change they sectioned off the cities. Each district has a Corporation that owns and runs the district, collecting all the taxes on the ones who live and work there. This is the story of one boy in the Dystopian city of Tribon. Sixteen-year-old Kilix is starting his freshman year in a new town. That means new friends, new teachers and a new whole life. The often reclusive Kilix, struggles to make friends at his new school and instead makes enemies with the wrong group of kids. Struggling to cope with his mother's illness and keep his enemies at bay, Kilix is met with a conundrum. In a world torn apart by destruction, there is hope when we look for it. Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00O6JPY84Please let me know if you would be interested in receiving a review copy.Thanks,T.K. Chapinwww.tkchapin.com
Hi Kristin!My name is Michelle Johnson, and I have a read that I think you'll really enjoy. I'm the author of Oleah Chronicles: Truth. The first book in a three part series. Synopsis:What would you do if everything you thought to be true in your life was a lie?Sixteen-year-old Angel Seriki must face overwhelming truths about her family when she meets Zander Black, a new student to her high school who is smart, charming and devastatingly beautiful. The revelations he uncovers to her about her family's past changes everything, and as her relationship and feelings for Zander deepen, so do the risks involved. She must now accept her fate and face the true reality of who and what she is. Even if that means giving up everything, including being human.I'd love to send you over a copy to review. Let me know if you're interested. Look forward to hearing from you!Thanks so much!Michellewww.oleahchronicles.com
Dear Kristin,My newest novel, "In the Heart of a Mustang" is set to be released on Oct. 5th. It is a young adult novel geared to the horse-lover in all of us. It is the story of a teenage boy who is sent to a ranch for troubled teens in AZ. The old wrangler at the ranch has adopted several mustangs from the BLM. The boy and one of the mares form an immediate connection. The old cowboy helps the boy train the mare while he teaches him about life, healing and forgiveness. The bond that forms between the boy and the horse becomes one that saves the lives of both.I would be honored to send you a copy of the book in hopes that you would be willing to post a review. I am also willing to do an author interview and a give away. Thank you so much!M.J. Evansmjevansbtm@gmail.comdancinghorsepress.com
Love your website. I am a lover of machines, robots, cyberpunk, steampunk. My stories center around the idea of robots/machines/future tech (sometimes genetics), set in dystopian and post-apocalyptic worlds. A kind of Suzanne Collins meets Issac AsimovI am an author. All covers below can be clicked to take you to the description. I'm also curious to know if you'd be willing to read QUANTUM STATE published by Creativia for an honest review? Essentially it is a story where a powerful A.I. controls everyone's decisions, and when Masha wants to break out of the small town of Cherni, she will need her best friend Esfir and a willingness to face the truth. Or EXOTIQA,YA Cyberpunk, in a world where the lines between robot and man are blurred, a dangerous program hacks the minds of humans and bots alike, and must be stopped. A team of humans and Flexes take on the challenge. I am also in the middle of finishing the second book in a new 4 book series about robots (not yet released) called Electric Gardens. Feedback so far on Electric Gardens is without exception, "Loved it." "Wow."I am also willing to give sneak peaks into that world and provide you an early copy (before publication) for review, if willing.Let me know, and thank you so much for your awesome blog. TOUCH-OF-GRACE@hotmail.com
Not sure you are open to this but no harm in asking, right? I'm a new author and I'm immpressed by the volume of the dystopian book reviews that you've done. I couldn't find any official instruction for how to ask you to reviews my book(s), so this is me — doing that. Reach out to me if you are open to brand new authors. As incentive here's a snippet frim a Readers Favorite review: "The Fatherless is faster paced and, dare I say, grittier than The Hunger Games ... can’t wait for the sequel to see how far Lalor will push the boundaries of the world he’s created. This is a thrilling read for fans of dystopian Young Adult stories." Reach out to me if you are open to this request. — Braedan Lalor