Hello, indie authors of BFBF! Would you like me to review your published book? I looked through the posted critique requests, but most of them seem to be super old posts about unpublished manuscripts. I love reading, and I love writing about what I read on my blog. I write in-depth book reviews as well as shorter review blurbs to post on Amazon, Goodreads, etc. You can see examples of my past reviews at DNFrost.com/reviews, where I feature all the books I've reviewed in a free PDF download (attached here). I do all of this for free for my fellow indie authors. I prefer to read PDF ebooks of published works, but I will also review ARCs to provide blurbs for first edition publication and to support indie book launches. I also like to do review swaps, so if you'd like to review my novel in exchange, we can certainly talk about that. Please keep in mind that I only write honest reviews. I will not review a book if I can't give it at least three stars, and I will only do a review swap if I can give your book at least four stars. If you'd like a book review, please comment or email me at reviews@DNFrost.com to request one. You are welcome to connect with me regardless of your genre, but I most prefer to read epic/high fantasy set in other worlds. I also enjoy other types of fantasy, including science-fantasy crossovers. I might also read science-fiction, urban fantasy, or books written for a young adult audience. While romance within a story is fine, I do not tend to enjoy romance for romance's sake (and please no erotica). P.S. I hope this post is in the right place. I think this part of the forum might see more genuine activity if we invert who makes the original post and who replies - instead of each author asking for reviews of their book, what if each person willing to write book reviews made a post describing the sort of books they like to read? Authors could then respond to "book review offer" posts (like this one) with their specific books for consideration. This would make the reviewer's work a little easier (no more digging through all the "please critique this book I wrote" posts to find a good match), and it lets the authors request reviews with a bit more dignity (no more spammy OPs asking for readers, and more guaranteed interaction after their review requests are made). Thoughts?