100 Story Reviews is temporarily closed to review requests.

Who runs this blog?

Daniel Brount is an aspiring editor and author. He has interned at DAW Books, The Rights Factory, Arthur Fournier Fine & Rare Books, the Midwest Writers Workshop, and at Ball State University’s English Department. A recent Ball State graduate, he has served as editor-in-chief of The Ball State Daily News and managing editor of The Broken Plate. Follow him on Twitter @danielbrount or check out his website.


What’s the purpose of this blog?

100 Story is a book review blog for fantasy, sci-fi, young adult, memoir, and diverse literature, and all the other kinds of stories out there. While the blog currently has a focus on those genres, it will include reviews on varied other genres, as well as non-review posts. The blog’s main focus is promoting diverse literature.100story

Our mission is to help readers find good books, and to help authors get readers for the good books they’ve written. There are hundreds of stories out there, and 100 Story’s hopes to help readers find books that represent them. 

Within each review, 100 Story will include a 100-Character Breakdown of the book to provide a concise, succinct look at each story.

For updates on new posts, follow 100 Story on Twitter @100StoryReviews or Facebook.

Still not sure what 100 Story is about? Learn more about what to expect here.

Review Policy

If you have a book you’d like to see reviewed, please email 100storyreviews@gmail.com. Please keep requests to the genres listed below. We accept physical and digital copies, but physical books will be prioritized over eBooks. We also prioritize books featuring diverse characters.

Genres: Diverse lit, young adult, fantasy, sci-fi, memoir

Note that 100 Story Reviews is currently running on a schedule of one review per week, so it may take some time for us to get back to you. Due to this schedule, we will be unable to accept all requests.


Note: All book covers and TV series images courtesy of publishers, authors, and TV networks. If we use an image that you don’t want on the website, let us know and we will remove or replace it.

Thank you to Melissa Brount for designing the blog logo.

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