About Us

Love on the Bookshelf is exactly what you think it is. We’re a team of writers and reviewers dedicated to finding the best love there is to be found in books.  From sweet romance to sizzling erotica, we’re reading it all and reviewing it for you in one convenient place.

Read more about our team of reviewers on their individual pages. Search reviews by genre, author, or title to find something great to read.

Submissions
If you’d like to submit your book for review, please contact Stephanie Haddad at loveonthebookshelf@yahoo.com and include the following information:

  1. Contact name / email
  2. Author name
  3. Title
  4. Publisher / Year
  5. ISBN

We will read either print or digital copies and we may ask for a copy to be mailed directly to one of our reviewers.  For small presses, POD, or digital editions, a coupon code for a free copy will suffice. For now, reviews are free but may take up to 12 weeks, depending on how long the queue is.

If you’re interested in becoming a reviewer, please contact Stephanie at stephaniehaddad@yahoo.com for more information.

Thank you!

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One Response to About Us

  1. Julia Hughes says:

    Hello – Julia Hughes here *waving from Harefield, London* would love to let you have a copy of ‘A Ripple in Time’ for your review. How to describe it? A review from Amazon.co.uk: “I found myself captivated by the story. The characters develop well throughout and the way they interact is plausible and heart warming. The book itself is well written and thought provoking, leaving the reader guessing as to what will happen next.
    The action and history elements of this story stop it from being a romantic novel, meaning so many more readers will enjoy the content.”

    And here’s a review from Amazon.com: What an extraordinary idea! Ms. Hughes has a gift for melding fantasy with reality. Taking one of the most famous events in history, Julia Hughes offers a glimpse as to what might have happened had the Titanic never sank. For every action, there must be a consequence. That is the heart of the story. How will Wren’s choices affect him and those around him? Will he be willing to make the sacrifice needed? Great philosophical ideas presented in a great story.
    If you’re interested please let me know. Nice to met you & hope to hear from you soon! Julia

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