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My Book Review Policy



Hi, My name is Angelika.



Thank you for taking the time to ask me to review your book place look over my Book review Policy





I only accept pdf at this time.  All my book reviews are free of charge.



My Book reviews center around.



. Child-Friendly book



. Christian Evangelical ( A personal relationship with Jesus Christ. 



.Recipe books



. arts and craft books 



. Cozy clean mysteries.



. Clean romance like hallmark moves. 



.All book needs to be rated G.



All my book reviews are written in my own opinion and I am very truthful with what I write about I am a nice review, not a mean one I tell it like how it is. 



The Best way to contact me to review your book or to interview you is through my email.



angelikafis92@gmail.com



I also leave reviews on Goodreads.



After I am done reading your book I like to keep it or I donate them to my local library so they can enjoy your books too.



I ask for patience when reviewing your book becouse I am a slow reader.  

I am looking forward to hearing from you. 














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