Contact & Info

* Contact Me! *

If you want to contact me, please send me an email at : infiniteshelf at gmail dot com

Make sure to have a clear email subject title; I look at my spam folder everyday, but if the title only says “hello” chances are I might miss it. I try to answer any email the day I receive it or the day after.

* Publishers and Authors *

If you are interested in finding a blogger to review an upcoming book, I might just be the one you’re looking for! I like to review different kinds of genres and I will try to post the review at a date that is most convenient for you and me. I will accept only bound books from traditional publishers. Other than my blog, I sometimes post my reviews on Goodreads and, and sometimes on the Chapters.Indigo’s website too.

Here is a list of what I might be wanting to read and review (you can also take a look at the “About Me” page to learn more about who I am).

I am mostly interested in:

  • general fiction
  • young adult fiction
  • historical fiction
  • mysteries and thrillers
  • fantasy
  • urban fantasy
  • scien-fiction
  • horror
  • women’s fiction
  • books from around the globe
  • art history
  • books you could categorize as “chicklit”
  • etc.

Things I’m not interested in : self-help books, religious, business, finance, political, etc. Memoirs and biographies might be “yes” or “no” depending on the subject. It’s impossible to make a complete list; if a book doesn’t fit in one of those categories, please ask!

9 responses to “Contact & Info”

  1. Christy English says :

    Hi Kay,

    I discovered your blog through Amy Bruno’s Passages to the Past. My first novel, THE QUEEN’S PAWN about Eleanor of Aquitaine and Princess Alais of France is coming out in April. By any chance, would you like to review it and possibly host a give away?
    Please feel free to email me with any questions you might have. I will be happy to send you the cover art and the description of the novel, so that you can learn a little about my book.
    Fabulous to meet you!
    All my best,

  2. Courtney McDonough says :

    Congratulations on being freshly pressed. I loved Napoleon’s apartment too – such a way to live. Great pictures.

  3. Kesh Raj கண்ணன் says :

    Great pics there. I am loving your post!

  4. karanhustle says :

    Are You A Web Designer ??

  5. shandinista says :

    I have thoroughly enjoyed perusing your site. I am a fledgling blogger of the reading, writing, and photographic variety as well. I’m wondering how I subscribe to your blog. I fear I will lose your address and I’d like updates. How do I do this with you? There doesn’t seem to be a subscribe button on your site. Is that by design? Many thanks!

  6. madsciencewarlock says :

    I’ve been looking over your blog and wondering many different things. Such as how you managed to make your design, and just how you are able to read so much! I was a major reader before, but now, whenever I try to read a book, my imagination runs away with it and I cannot focus on the reading until at least an hour later. That’s why I am sticking to writing as my hobby! 🙂 Just a newbie looking for advice.

  7. natsuki says :

    hi! great photos you have. just wondering, what camera and lens do you use? thanks much! 🙂

  8. fromheretoforever says :

    hi! I happened to click on your blog because I loved the name, and now I love it even more! I saw the first book on the sidebar was Forever by Maggie Stiefvater. I just finished the trilogy and was wondering how you like it so far? I’m a huge bookworm myself :)great blog!

  9. James Conway says :

    I just recently published my debut novel The Vagabond King on Kindle and was wondering if you would care to do a review as well as an interview?

    When his mother dies and he discovers the man he believed was his father is not, sixteen year old Chris is haunted by a mysterious apparition that forces him to question his pampered existence and embark upon a quest to find himself. Hoping she will “make a man of him”, he seeks sanctuary in the home of Magda, a middle aged waitress with a penchant for sex, only to discover she lives with her father, a cigarette smoking, beer swilling immigrant.

    Chris hates his shabby new surroundings at the end of the street and the shabby old man at the end of his life who spends his days listening to old blues records and making Chris fetch him fresh cans of beer. But, when the old man tells tales of Communism, torture, escape and the mysterious medallion he wears, Chris learns that, like the old man’s skipping records, history repeats itself and the roles we play have been played many times before.

    I appreciate your consideration.

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