You deserve feedback on what you have created. The fact that you are providing review copies shows that you honestly want to know what people think of what you’ve done.
I promise that what I write about your work will be honest. I promise that if I say that I loved it, I really did. I also promise that my criticism of your work will be constructive. It’s too easy to trash a work completely, and that is something I will not do. I will show redeeming value in your work even if I did not like it. I may occasionally make suggestions that would have made me like the work more.
I also promise that, if you don’t take any of my suggestions, I wont throw a tantrum or call you names. The bottom line is that it’s your baby — you put in the sweat and tears, you worked on it. It’s yours, and you don’t have to change any of it to please any critics, whether they’re from the New York Times or The Pew Reviews. I know my role, and my role doesn’t start until the creative process is over.
I will provide a link to where people may purchase your work, even if I didn’t like it.
I will answer any email questions you send to me promptly (pewreview AT gmail dottttt com).