What is a bibliovermis?

  • The bibliovermis, or bookworm, is a type of worm that devours books and turns them into book reviews. It looks and moves kind of like an inchworm, but with no feet.

If bookworms don’t have feet, how do they move like that?

  • They learned how from a book.

How often do you update?

    I try to update once a week, but I’m also planning a wedding right now, so this isn’t always possible.

What do the ratings mean?

1: Terrible. 2: Blah. 3: Good. 4: Great. 5: Perfect.

Why wasn’t my comment posted?

    Did you use foul or hateful language? It’s perfectly reasonable to be passionate about books, and it’s expected that not everyone will agree on a book’s merits, but in this space people are expected to keep their heads and be decent to each other. Be respectful, and try again! (Otherwise, your comment could just be held up in moderation—I can’t be at the computer 24 hours a day!)

What’s the difference between juvenile, middle grade, and young adult books?

    These are age-group categories for fiction, but books in these categories can vary widely! In general, juvenile fiction is marketed to all kids, middle grade to ages 8-12, and young adult is marketed to 14 and up. Other (“adult”) fiction isn’t specifically marketed to younger readers. Books can change categories as marketers notice their popularity shifting between groups—many books that are now commonly assigned school reading were marketed to adults in the past. Thus, each book should be considered on its individual merits, and compared with the maturity and reading level of the individual reader.

Will you review this book I wrote/published/need to promote?

  • I would love to! Please send me an e-mail with more information, and I will send you the address to mail books to.

How can you be contacted?

  • E-mail me: bookworm@bibliovermis.com
  • Follow me on twitter: @audreyham
  • Or follow this website on twitter: @bibliovermis

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