I love helping romance authors!

I am so grateful for the joy that romance authors have brought to me over the years by sharing their heartwarming stories. Thank you for doing what you do! I’d love to help you spread the word about your books!

Here are different ways you can be part of BestRomanceReviews.com:

Suggest your book for review. I value the time and love you put into writing your novel, and I want to help you grow your business. I’ll only post a review if I enjoyed your book and want to gush about it. You don’t have to worry about a negative review.

I realize that reviews are subjective and that not all books are a good fit for me. I read romance novels that make me feel good. I love to laugh, and I love to be inspired. I enjoy books that are thoughtful. Some suspense is okay, but I stay away from books with a lot of violence or scary elements because I don’t want that energy in my life. Also, vampires and werewolves just don’t do it for me.

Apart from that, I’m pretty open and enjoy many subgenres of romance, including historical, contemporary, paranormal, and light suspense. If you think your book might be a good fit for me, feel free to suggest it for one of my reviews! You can suggest your latest book or older published books that you want to get more exposure. If it’s not the best fit for me, there are still many ways you can get exposure to your work through BestRomanceReviews.com!

Submit your giveaway or promotional information. Have a giveaway to announce, special event, cool website, funny video, or fun facebook page? Send me info, and I’ll check it out! This kind of information will most likely be shared through my social media accounts, rather than my website.

Author interview. Want an interview in-person or online? Sounds like fun! I travel often, so I might be in your neck of the woods soon! Please let me know where you are (if you want an in-person interview) and what you would like to promote during the interview.

We can talk about your latest book, but I also want an engaging interview where your readers feel like they know something about you as a person. If your character is a klutz and embarrasses herself, I might ask about your most embarrassing moment. What’s the worst date you’ve ever been on? If you’re happily married, how did you meet your love? How do you stay inspired to write wonderful romances? I’ll send you my questions ahead of time so you can prepare.

Something else? If you have another idea, let me know!