I make an effort to respond to all reasonable emails and requests. If you are looking for a guest-blog, or partnership, please read my policies below before sending me a message. Between work, marriage, dogs, and my writing, I lead a very busy life. I will make an effort to get back to you as soon as possible. Thanks to mobile devices, I am more readily available on Twitter (@AmyLStrickland) than through email.
Send inquiries to amy (at) amyleighstrickland (dot) com. I am NOT currently seeking anyone to format my ebooks or work as a publicist.
If you are a blogger interested in reviewing one of my books, please send me a link to your blog post. I’d love to spread the word!
Review copies of my books are available upon request, though your chances of receiving one do go-up if you have a Kindle, iPad, or Mac with OSX Mavericks. You’ll need to link your blog and send the email from the address listed on said blog.
Writers and Publishers requesting a review of their book:
Because I am an author, any negative review I write will seem like I am just trashing the competition. Any positive review I write will seem like I’m trying to help a friend out. Though I may, from time-to-time, recommend a book on my blog, I have chosen the role of author and therefore cannot be considered unbiased as a reader. Therefore I do not accept review requests.
If you would like to interview me or have me write a guest post related to my writing, please drop me a line. I check my email daily (except when I am away on vacation) and will get back to you as quickly as possible.
If you would like to write a guest post for this blog, submit a brief pitch about your post to my email address and I will get back to you as soon as possible. I welcome guest posts about writing, marketing indie books (not marketing in general), and mythology. If your pitch makes it clear that you have not read my blog, I will make it clear that I have not read your pitch by ignoring it.