Last Updated: October 15, 2019
Welcome to the FAQs page, where we answer almost all of the burning questions you might have about Bookwyrming Thoughts and the bookwyrms who write the musings.
Got questions you don’t see an answer to? Tell us! We do, however, reserve the right to not reveal anything we don’t feel comfortable revealing.
There seem to be multiple writers. Who owns Bookwyrming Thoughts?
Bookwyrming Thoughts is owned by Sophia. Lupe is a co-blogger and Clo is a regular contributing writer. Past writers include Anelise and Ella.
Can I use any of the content?
If you plan on copying any of our content, no. Should we find out you have copied any of our content without our explicit permission, we will kindly send you a message privately asking you to take the content down. A horde of angry bookwyrms will be sent after you should you refuse or repeat the offense.
If you would like to repost any of our content, please contact us for permission. Content includes but is not limited to: blog posts, graphics and banners, and photographs from the site and Instagram.
Inspiration is good, plagiarism is no good. If any of our content inspires you to write a post, please feel free to write your post and send us a message! We’d love to see what you’ve come up with.
Do you accept sponsored posts or collaborations?
While we do receive free copies and affiliate commissions, we have not previously done a sponsored post or collaboration. However, we are open to those opportunities, and we strongly suggest looking at our content prior to contacting to see if we are right for your brand. Should you feel we are the perfect fit for your brand, please reach out to us and we can talk.
(Just know you may have to walk us through.)
Do you accept review copies?
Please view our review policy for more information about each reviewer’s reading preferences, their reviewing status and contact information. While we try to regularly update the page, we highly recommend viewing our latest posts for the most accurate and up to date reading preferences.
Are your reviews spoiler-free?
None of our reviews are completely spoiler-free, but we do try to avoid spoilers about the plot that will ruin the reading experience for others. If we do incorporate major spoilers, we’ll warn beforehand and use a spoiler button to hide them in the post. Going into detail about content that is triggering for one of us and potentially for others is not what we consider a spoiler.
How often are there posts?
We aim to post content at least once a week. However, as we are students and working full time, this is heavily based on what our schedules look like. Sometimes there will be more content, other times there will be what seems to be an on and off hiatus.
Can I contribute content to the blog?
We’re currently not actively searching for any contributing writers, however, we do accept guest posts! If you’re eligible for Novel Newcomers, we highly recommend signing up there. If you’re not, come talk to us and let’s discuss!
Do you have a Patreon or Kofi?
Thank you for believing in the value of our work to consider supporting us! You are under no obligation to support us with your hard-earned money. Currently, the best way to support the blog is through our affiliate links. Sophia is currently working on a Patreon and will soon work on a Kofi as well. If you are a Medium member, you can also view Sophia’s articles on Medium that are behind a paywall.
What will Sophia’s Patreon and Kofi be used for?
All of that will be outlined on her page when they go live! Until then, here is how all funds from Patreon and Kofi will be used:
- offset blog costs such as self-hosting and domain name renewal
- purchasing books to support local indie bookstores, authors and small bookish businesses
- shipping out ARCs to Flapping Pages and other ARC programs so they can be passed on to other readers
- bookish giveaways for followers
- help offset college tuition, rent, and bills
Why is Sophia sometimes called Hannah, and why does her social media have “Sophia (AKA Hannah)?”
Sophia is an alias to protect her privacy online when she started the blog. Because some of her content on the blog and social media are used in her professional portfolio to showcase her work, “aka Hannah” is used to help ease any confusion that could occur.
Lupe hasn’t posted in ages. What happened to her?
Lupe is currently on hiatus to focus on her health and personal life. She’ll be back when she’s ready! 🙂 Fandom Friday is also on hiatus until then.