Diamonds in the Library’s Policies
I am nothing without the trust of my readers, so I work very hard to continue to deserve that trust. If you ever have a question, some feedback, or want to know how something works around here, just ask me.
How do I get my jewelry on your blog?
You can email me to show me your jewelry and if I love it and want to share it, I will share it!
If you’re hoping that I will share your jewelry in a specific way, at a specific time, or you want a guarantee that your work will appear on Diamonds in the Library, I recommend checking out my Sponsored Content offerings.
Can I send you jewelry to feature?
I love receiving jewelry!
Please note that a gift of jewelry does not guarantee blog or social media coverage. If I love the piece, I will most probably share it with my readers in some way, but that will be at my discretion.
Diamonds in the Library follows the FTC’s guidelines for endorsement. That means that if I do feature a business/designer/brand that has given me a gift, I will disclose that fact the next time that I feature that business/designer/brand.
Will you read my book?
I am always happy to accept books for review consideration!
Please note that sending me a book does not guarantee that I will review it. I also do not guarantee that my review, if I write one, will be positive. I do guarantee that my review will be honest.
I don’t review every book I read. If I do publish a review, it may be on this blog, on Goodreads, or elsewhere.
Do you use affiliate links?
I sometimes use affiliate links, usually when I am writing about books. If I use an affiliate link in a post, I will always disclose that fact at the end of the post.
When possible, I use Indibound links to support independent bookstores. I am also a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.