The Word Nerd Reviews blog is looking for reviewers to join its team. Below is a full list of guidelines, but in summary:
There is no commitment.Submit reviews once a day, a week, a month, or a year.
Reviews must be in English
There is no restriction on the type of book.MM, MF, FF, or any combination.
There is no restriction on the age of the book – ARC, recently released, or years old.
Once live, links to the reviews may be used to fulfil ARC requirements for authors’ street teams, GRR, Netgalley etc.
The Word Nerd Reviews (WNR) will do basic promotion of the review.Reviewers are welcome to share the link to the review wherever they like.
The WNR reserves the right to refuse to post any review.The WNR also reserves the right to edit and format the review to the blog style.
Please read the guidelines below for all information. If you would like more information about joining the team, please use the form below to register your interest.
No maximum word limits but they need to be at least a couple of paragraphs to present properly on the blog.
Reviews do not need to be over the top positive.However, any negative/neutral criticism needs to be presented tactfully and constructively.No abuse or attacks upon authors or books will be allowed.
Any genre or trope is fine.Books can be MM, M/F, FF (or whatever) or non-romantic such as some thrillers, fantasy etc.
Any age of book is fine.It can be an ARC (just flag it), new release, or older book.As long as it hasn’t been featured on the blog before, it’s all good.
Reviews can be written in any form of English.The Word Nerd Reviews blog (WNR) is written in Australian/British English, but as long as it’s English it’s fine!
There is no commitment to review. Whenever you wish to submit is fine.If it’s only once, that’s fine too!
WNR has the right to refuse any submission.
WNR will edit/format the review to fit the layout and language requirements of the blog.
WNR will take care of images and formatting of the blog post.Reviewers are encouraged to send any images they’d like used in the review (happy to take requests for placement etc)
Reviews will be credited to the reviewer using any name they wish i.e. actual or pseudonym.
Once accepted and posted, WNR will do the initial promo work. If the author has not been featured on the blog before, it would help if reviewers could provide social media tags for the author and/or publisher.Once the link is active, reviewers are encouraged to share it out wherever they like.
Once a review is live, reviewers are free to use the link as proof of review for Netgalley, author/publisher ARC sign ups etc.