Review Policy


General Information:

This review policy applies to all of us. For printed ARC’s please note we are based in Sydney, Australia.

For ARCS (Books You Would Like Us To Review), please contact us at:

To contact us individually:

Ally can be contacted by email at

Melia can be contacted by email at

Laurena can be contacted by email at as of the 22/10/2016.

Please note that there is two ‘s’ at the end of readers for Laurena, as emails similar to Ally and Melia’s weren’t possible.

We are currently accepting Young Adult and Middle Grade for review.

We accept printed ARCs, ebooks, EPUBS and finished copies. If the book is not the first in the series, we will notify you if we need the previous book/s.

We are NOT accepting audiobooks or interactive media books. Review requests for these books will not receive a reply.

However, we are NOT accepting: Self-Published and Indie Press books.


We accept YA and MG books in the genres listed below

  • Fantasy
  • Historical fiction
  • Myth/fairy-tale retelling
  • Mystery
  • Sci-fi
  • Action/adventure
  • Gothic
  • Contemporary
  • Dystopian

We do NOT accept books in the genres listed below

  • Non-fiction
  • Memoirs/ biographies
  • Issues books (Cancer diagnosis, family drama)
  • Political
  • Poetry
  • Free verse
  • Short story compilations
  • Travel/Guide Books



We will try our best to get a review on that book posted with regard of the release date.. We will notify you if the review cannot be done by that date. We would like to receive the book at least 1-2 months prior to when you would like the review posted.


We will write reviews for books that we really enjoyed or really didn’t enjoy, not every book we read. Our reviews are written in a newspaper format with the genre, age recommendation and page count but they are not meant to be objective literary critiques. Our thoughts section will be written as if casually talking to a friend.

We write honest reviews. This does not mean that we will always write positive reviews. Our reviews are our opinion.

If we do not enjoy a book, we will not say that it was just plain bad, but we will say that is just wasn’t our type of book and why we didn’t like it. We will point out that others will like it and the review is just our opinions.

If we do not finish a book, we will state why and where we stopped. We will also add whether or not we plan on reading the book again.

If you would like more information about how we review, please click the links bellow. It will send you to a review that we have written previously.

Book Review: Akarnae  (Written by Ally)

Book Review: Scarlet  (Written by Melia)

Book Review: Wolf by Wolf (Written by Laurena)

Review structure

All reviews will include the following








Release Date:

Book Format:



Our/ My thoughts:

Star rating

One star- I/We really disliked this book

Two stars- This book would suit others better/ it was okay

Three stars- Average/ it was better than certain books

Four stars- It was really good but not one of my favourites

Five stars- This book was amazing and is now one of my favourites

The star system is just our personal enjoyment of the book. It is not the average of the book.

Guest Posts

At this time we are only accepting guest posts from authors, publishers and other bloggers.

We are happy to post guest posts on TheImmortalReaders!

If you would like to be featured on TheImmortalReaders, please email Ally at with the following included in the email.


  • Your name and the name of your book
  • A brief description of your book (or link to Goodreads)
  • The month/date you would like to be featured


  • Your name and the name of the publishing company
  • A brief description of what type of book you publish
  • A link to a book you have published (Goodreads)
  • The month/date you would like to be feature

If we have not read your book, and you are coming up with the topic, we would prefer but not require, that you send us a copy of your book.

If we have not read your book and we are coming up with the topic, then we will need a copy of your book. If this is not possible, we can work something out.

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  1. Hi Melia and Laurena!

    I just sent Ally a six-page long book request for my Historical Fiction novel “The 45th Nail”. You’re lucky. You get a short version of the request here.

    Here’s the book’s website, which is on a single page, has a book trailer and is entirely gluten-free:

    I am also open to guest blogging and interviews. My author website is below.

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  2. Melia and Laurena,

    The policy says you accept ebooks from April 30 to Aug 1st this year. Does that mean you are no longer accepting ebooks? Would you accept ebooks that were published during that time frame?


      1. Thanks for your prompt response!

        I just emailed Ally, but I want to make this available to Melia and Laurena as well. Besides, I’m a big user of goodreads and saw on your FAQ that Ally may not have one.

        Royal Deception is the first YA fantasy novel in my blade shifter trilogy, which is a retelling of the Lion King, except set in a fantasy world with kings and peasants and swords rather than lions and hyenas.

        A Prince who can shift his arms into swords, a tutor who can shift his arms into wings, and a madman who wants to kill them both . . . .

        Prince Symon is a living weapon. Literally. Descended from a diminishing line of royal blade shifters, thirteen-year-old Symon can shift his arms into swords. He thinks nothing can harm him until merfolk kill his younger brother.

        What can Symon do when faced with things he can’t fight, like nightmares foretelling his death? Or a kingdom on the brink of civil war? Torn between his uncle who persecutes animal shifters and his tutor who is a bird shifter, Symon feels powerless to protect his kingdom, let alone himself. When Symon and his best friend Lana are targeted by Claur, a foreign rebel determined to usurp the throne, magic alone will not save them.

        Symon will have to choose whom to trust, and whom to kill.

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  3. Dear Laurena,

    My name is Peter Petrack. I’m an author in the process of publishing my novel, Wayfarers Highway. It’s a story with elements of fantasy, mystery, and adventure. It doesn’t necessarily fit perfectly into some bookstores’ classification of genre. I like the friendly tone of your blog and the depth of your reviewing style.

    Wayfarers Highway is being primarily marketed as adventure/urban fantasy. The print copy is 290 pages.

    A camper travels the back roads of America, but it is not what it seems. Pursued by powerful forces: a mastermind, a maniac, and a terrorist, its crew wonders if they’ll ever reach Journey’s end.

    When Eloise Corwin – a longtime patient in her desert hometown’s infirmary – finds a wounded young traveler sharing her sick room; she insists that he tell her about his adventures. The young man, Orson Gregory, tells her how he found and stole a glowing gemstone, hidden for decades beneath the government-built factory beside his family farm. He tells her how he’s been chased ever since – by mercenaries, by terrorists, and by other, stranger enemies. He tells her how he threw in his lot with a real adventurer, a mythology professor, an innkeeper, and a duo of hired guns on a cross-country journey to clear his name and return home – something he’s currently failing to do. To reach safety, the motley travelers will first have to deal with each other, evade the foes that follow their every move, and tangle with other forces both strange and powerful, their fellow travelers on the Wayfarers Highway.

    Here are the Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and Goodreads links.

    Barnes & Noble:



    Also, be aware that the hardcover and eBook were released on the 20th of September and the paperback will be released on the 6th of December. If you’re interested, I will send you a complimentary eBook copy.

    Peter Petrack

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