Send us a book for review

Would you like to have your book reviewed on Brain drip? The first step is to send it to us! 

To be eligible for review, the book must be:

  • A full-length novel, or a collection of shorter pieces
  • Written by an Australian author
  • A work of fiction or creative non-fiction (E.g. memoir)
  • Published within the last two years

Sound good? Then please send it our way to this address:

    Brain drip book reviews
    Parcel Locker 10008 55837
    Level 2, 532-540 George Street
    Sydney NSW 2000

Please note the above address has recently changed.

We cannot absolutely guarantee your book will be reviewed, but we will certainly try to have a review online in a timely matter. We cannot return books. We do not accept ebooks (sorry).

Not sure if your book fits the above criteria? Or sent us something and want to follow up? Just contact us via the contact form.

Are you interested in registering as a book reviewer? Please contact us via the contact form with a brief note about yourself and a link to something you have reviewed (E.g. Goodreads).


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