Guest Reviewers

It’s not news that the Male/Male genre (or subgenre) is expanding faster than review sites can keep up. Whenever I turn around there are at leastbeautiful_dylan_rosser11 25 new writers and 100 more books on the TBR pile. I don’t know if this is the fastest growing genre but it sure seems that way to me. Every week I send out blurbs from recent releases to the guest reviewers and invariably only a small percentage of the books are requested for review. There are many reasons for that which I won’t go into but clearly we don’t have enough guest reviewers. Which brings me to the purpose of this post: We’re looking for experienced reviewers, male and female, who like to read :reading2: male/male romances and can commit to at least one review/week.

If you think this is doable please email me: jessewave [at]gmail dot com with the subject heading “Guest Reviewers” copied to Aunt Lynn: auntlynn [at] reviewsbyjessewave dot com. While we don’t pay for reviews we can provide a warm and caring environment, 😉 lots of hot men, 😎 whips,  :whip: chains (check out the guy above on the right) 🙂 and stuff that you have never seen in 50 Shades  :yawn: , as well as lots of chocolate and wine HOT TUBwhenever the need strikes you. :skoal: We also have the guys in the Hot Tub who might want to check your credentials if you’re a gay man, so there’s much more to this job than is apparent at first blush.

Looking forward to hearing from you. Randy is even promising a free book – I have no idea what kind of book so I would be a bit wary to take him up on his free offers.

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7 comments

  • Hi Charming

    Right now we’re doing flash reviews (200 words) for books that are about 7K. That started a couple weeks ago. We did these mini reviews about 2 years ago and I can’t remember why they weren’t continued. For the other books, novellas and novels, the minimum word count is 500 which is not a lot when you think about it. It’s up to the reviewer if he or she wants to go up to 1000 words for any book.

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  • Any thought of allowing for shorter quick reviews for some books? I’m guessing more people would be up for writing a paragraph or two than the long form reviews you generally have.

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  • Oh Wave? Ahem. Somehow I missed out on the “Hot tub” invitation? Now Wave, I know this must have been an oversight on Lynn’s part. (Notice, Wave how I deflected the blame onto poor innocent Aunt Lynn–that should earn me an extra hot tub guy Wave–just sayin…)

    So I’ll be expecting that invite soon right Wave? Wave? Wave? 😕

    Oh dear…maybe I should have just asked for the free book…. :help:

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