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Review and Giveaway Policy

Review Policy

Here in Jessy's Bookends we love to review books and love everything book related.  I review books because I enjoy sharing what I read.  The books I review are the books I have bought over the years, and that I still acquire although right now, they are that big creature I call, "TBR Monster".   When the book I review is not part of my personal library, I will specify this on a correspondent post.  Either if I received a book or I own it, I will give in exchange an honest review based on the qualities  and merits of that book.  No compensation is receive when writing a review.

If you are interested in receiving a review by Jessy's Bookends, please contact me via email.  I do accept ARC copies for the purpose to be reviewed in my blog.  After consideration, whether I decide that your book fits what we look for, I will post an honest review. Also, I will post my reviews at various venues of my choosing.

I do value the hard work and the long hours authors put into their books, but some genres I will decline: Erotica, Self-Help .  I believe that every author deserves to have their work reviewed by readers who have interest on their writing niche.

Contact me at jessysbookends@gmail.com

Please when contacting me provide the following details:
Book Title:
Genre:
Purpose:
Name:
Email:
Book Summary:
Also, add any relevant information.

I will respond to you as soon as possible.

*Giveaways, Interviews, Blog Tours or we can consider any idea you have.

Giveaway Policy
I enjoy sharing books, and sometimes a giveaway will be available.  Winners are elected randomly.  When a winner is selected, he or she will be notified at some point during the next 72 hours from the moment the giveaway has ended.  The person should respond in the next 48 hours after been notified.  If the winners fails to respond in this manner, a new winner will be drawn.

I am not responsible for copies that will be provided and delivered by the publisher to the winner.  I will provide the information of the winner to the publisher, only for delivery purpose of the print copy or ebook copy(depends on the giveaway). Your privacy is respected.

If a giveaway is not from a publisher but from me as a give to my readers, I will ask for your information, so you the winner can receive the prize.  Your privacy will be respected as well.  I am not responsible for copies lost in mail.  

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