Disclosures & Privacy.


I’m blessed to receive complimentary (free) books from publishers and authors, but I am not required to write positive reviews in exchange. I receive no compensation for reviews and all expressed opinions belong solely to me. I promise to share my honest thoughts with you. Each review of a complimentary book is noted by an italicized disclaimer near the end of the review. This is in accordance to the Federal Trade Commission’s guidelines concerning endorsements and testimonials (16 CFR Part 255).


I do not gather your information and sell or share it to any third-party. There are a few instances in which data is collected on http://www.soulofalibrarian.home.blog (“this space”, “the blog”) which will be discussed below.


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Additional comments:

Look, I’m just in this for book fun, okay? I don’t have the time, knowledge, or desire to mess with your personal information. I don’t know anything about the internet and I’m too distracted by books to want to be mean to other human beings. So be kind in the comments, treat this place with respect, and we should be fine, friends.