Authors, Publishers, Agents etc.


I am willing to accept any ARC’s of novels or copies of novels to review.  I will do my best to review every book sent to me and in a timely manner.  That being said, I cannot guarantee when a book will be reviewed by due to my full-time job and other responsibilities.  In fact I cannot guarantee it will be reviewed at all.   Any book submitted must be considered YA literature- i.e. have a protagonist within the ages of 13-20.  I will also accept any teaching resources you may have produced to go with your novels.  You can email me at: yalitgoodbadugly at gmail dot com in order for me to provide you with my mailing address.

Any books that I receive and read and feel are acceptable to be placed in a high school classroom will be included in my classroom library.

I look forward to reading your books.

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  1. Hi,

    My name is Kersten Hamilton. I am emailing book bloggers about NetGalley. HMH—my publisher—is the first of the ‘big six’ to sign up for this service. NetGalley allows book reviewers to request e-galleys of HMH’s children’s and YA books. You can find NetGalley here: http://www.netgalley.com/

    I think NetGalley is a terrific idea. It’s good for book bloggers, and good for writers. Making ARCs available to more reviewers will help books find their readers. I believe that if more publishers sign up for NetGalley, fewer good books will slip through the cracks.

    I am interested in knowing what you, as a book blogger, think of this. Have you heard of NetGalley before? Does NetGalley appeal to the way you read as a reviewer? Is it something you will use?

    I’m hoping you will pass the information about NetGalley on to other book bloggers.

    And, if my YA Urban Fantasy Tyger Tyger (a fast-paced adventure with a backbone of myth and heart of romance) looks like something you’d enjoy, I’m hoping you’ll request a NetGalley of it as well:

    Tyger Tyger

    A Goblin Wars Book

    Teagan Wylltson’s best friend, Abby, dreams that horrifying creatures–goblins, shape-shifters, and beings of unearthly beauty but terrible cruelty–are hunting Teagan. Abby is always coming up with crazy stuff, though, so Teagan isn’t worried. Her life isn’t in danger. In fact, it’s perfect. She’s on track for a college scholarship. She has a great job. She’s focused on school, work, and her future. No boys, no heartaches, no problems.

    Until Finn Mac Cumhaill arrives. Finn’s a bit on the unearthly beautiful side himself. He has a killer accent and a knee-weakening smile. And either he’s crazy or he’s been haunting Abby’s dreams, because he’s talking about goblins, too . . . and about being The Mac Cumhaill, born to fight all goblin-kind. Finn knows a thing or two about fighting. Which is a very good thing, because this time, Abby’s right.

    Lock the windows and doors. Turn on every light. And pray. Because the goblins are coming.

    🙂 Kersten Hamilton

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