Book Review Policy

Most of the books I write about come from local public libraries, little free libraries, or are my own purchases. 

I accept books for review at my discretion. When I write about books I receive for review, I will begin with a statement acknowledging the fact that I received it as a gift in exchange for an honest review.

 

I accept print and audio books. I do not accept ebooks.

 

My favorite fiction is literary fiction and feminist literature. I’m open to contemporary fiction as well. 

 

When it comes to non-fiction, I immensely enjoy memoirs as well as creative non-fiction (think David Sedaris). Subjects I’m drawn to include the social sciences: psychology, sociology, anthropology. I’m especially interested in women’s issues, the intersection of social science and healthcare, and the philosophy and history of medicine, particularly alternative medicine. 

 

I do not accept self-published books, romance novels, or YA literature. 

 

Books that I accept for review will be featured in my monthly reading recap with either a star rating or the label DNF, along with a review approximately 1-3 paragraphs in length. Select books are featured in longer individual posts at my discretion. 

 

The reviews I write may also be posted on Goodreads, Instagram, and/or Facebook. 

 

The best way to contact me is through Babble of the Book’s website contact form. 

 

Thank you and happy reading!

 

Updated 2/21/21

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