The biggest perk is getting free advanced reader copies in exchange for a review on Amazon or Goodreads. That's not all though! You get exlusive sneak peeks, behind the scenes data, and voting rights on different content.
By signing up using your e-mail, you agree to receive an advanced reader copy of my books in exchange for a review.
Not only will you get free advanced copies in your e-mail but there are other perks as well. By signing up, you'll be on my Advanced Reader Team which I call my Elite Loreists. By becoming an Elite Loreist you will receive:
The only thing I ask in return is for a review of the books on release day.
You are free to state you are an advanced reader in your review. I will send you an e-mail reminder with a link to review on Amazon and Goodreads, you do not have to review in both places if you do not wish to, but it is extremely helpful for the community if you do!
I update this list with every book release you will receive an e-mail asking you to confirm you'd like to remain an Elite Loreist (Advanced Reader), by replying to the e-mail with 1. a link to the last review you posted or the name on your review for confirmation and 2. in the header or body of the e-mail state you would like to remain on the list with the e-mail you want us to use.
We had to add this when we had too many people joined the community and not post reviews. This is detrimental to the community! So only sign up if you are sure you can and are willing to review the book upon finishing it.
Charity Mae is always on a romantic adventure wither its out in the world, in her mind, or on the page. And she loves nothing more than taking others with her into these amzing worlds to live these amazing lives with characters that speak to the heart and soul.
You can check them all out with Kindle Unlimited or buy at your faveorie ebook retailor.
"Charity Mae has created a vibrating world that lives and breathes with the story. You can really feel it come alive in her description of the old city, the palace, and even the horse drawn carriages."