About

Savy Leiser is a Chicago author with a strong passion for storytelling and an itching need to correct people's grammar. In February 2016, Savy released her first book, a young-adult comedy called The Making of a Small-Town Beauty King. Her new children's book series, The Furever Home Friends, was successfully funded on Kickstarter, and is now available to buy!

Savy also works as a writer for Halftime Magazine and teaches creative writing workshops at Open Books in Chicago's West Loop. She holds a B.A. in Communication and a certificate in Creative Writing for Media from Northwestern University. Go 'Cats!

Savy is currently working on earning her Master's in Writing & Publishing at DePaul University.

Savy has a serious, incurable case of dog fever, which causes her to melt whenever she sees a cute dog. Fortunately, Chewie helps keep her dog fever in check. Her hobbies include screaming at Wildcats football games, marathoning Star Trek, impulsively getting tattoos, eating donuts instead of balanced meals, writing bad love poetry, doing weird photography of dolls, and listening to 80s one-hit wonders.


Review Policy

Back to talking about myself in first person! So, since I'm doing lots of book reviews, I figured I should write up a review policy! This is going to be the chillest review policy of all time.

If you're an author and you want me to review your book, just email me at savyleiser@gmail.com. Or message me on Twitter @savyleiser, or tweet at me.
Your book can be independently published, traditionally published, self published, published by robots in space, I don't care. I just care that the story is good!

If you want me to do a review here on my blog, you can send me an ebook copy (mobi file for Kindle, or PDF is fine too). If you want me to do a video review on my YouTube channel, you will need to mail me a physical copy. Just let me know which you want in your email.

I can post reviews to my blog, Amazon, and Goodreads. I'll also tweet about the post once it's up. My review will probably be a mix of positive and negative, since every book has good and bad in it. It will be honest. I also love recommending indie books, since a lot of hidden gems get glossed over by big media outlets.

That's about it! :)

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