Hear ye, hear ye! I have updated parts of Backseat Writer’s Review Policy and added a bit of plain speak to my FTC Disclosure. Read on, you know you want to…
Request for reviews/interview/marriage proposals can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why, yes, I would love to review your album, book, movie, or product! Due to time restraints, that book I’m eventually going to write, and my personal preferences, I may not be able to honor all requests for reviews, interviews, or Nigerians who want to wire me money.
Before you hit me up with your latest and greatest, please note that I will only accept music for review (and artist interviews) that is downloadable or send to me via snail mail. Additionally, I will only accept books that are readable on Kindle or sent to me in hard copy format (again, in the mail). My reasoning? I need my music and reading material to be portable—to go with me where I need to go. That’s how I live life and that’s how I review materials. I cannot be chained to my computer listening to music or reading books.
Additionally, I retain the right to accept or reject all materials based on quality of content and whether or not I believe the materials fit in with the vision of Backseat Writer. Usually I can tell whether or not something is a good fit by the press release and I will tell you so before you send materials, so feel free to send your queries to email@example.com.
I also added this to that terribly interesting FTC Disclosure or what I like to call “My Love Note to the FTC”…
I do not get paid to do reviews or interviews (though if anyone wants to hire me for freelance work, I’m listening.) I do not accept money in exchange for posting press releases or endorsements. All content is generated for the pure love and joy of writing!
Links included in posts are for informational purposes only and are never composed for the purpose of including advertising.
No record company, publisher, publicist, band, artist, hobbit, or gnome will ever influence the content, topics, or posts made in this Backseat Writer, though they may inspire a few!
Any time you want to review parts of my publications policies, you can click on the “About Backseat Writer” tab and read your little heart out. It is slightly more interesting than watching paint peel.