Here’s the mandatory blogger disclaimer, and rundown of my PR policies:
This blog isn’t a business.
I don’t get paid to do this. This blog is not part of any affiliate program, and I don’t plan to join any affiliate programs. I do not accept any offers for free stuff, nor will I do reviews upon request of the author/manufacturer of any book or product. As a full time homeschool mom and homemaker, I have to be vigilant about how I spend my time. Please don’t ask. If I change my policy due to changing seasons in life, I’ll let you know. 🙂
I may review a book, article or other item upon the request of one of my readers. If you’d like my thoughts on something, feel free to email me here – drawnfromthemire [at] gmail [dot] com
All other reviews I may do are of books or articles I’ve personally read or items I’ve otherwise used voluntarily on my own, which were purchased for myself.
If I recommend something, it’s only because I like it, I use it, or it has been in some other way helpful to me and I want to pass it on to you.
If I post a link to an article on another blog or elsewhere online, I will state the reason for my post. It may or may not mean that I agree with the substance of that article. Please read my accompanying commentary for the context of and reasoning for the link.
If I link to an article I agree with and state said agreement, it does not necessarily mean I agree with or affirm what is taught in other articles or posts on the posting site, nor does it mean that I endorse the author of the article or am fully like-minded with him or her. If you want to know where I stand you may read my statement of faith.
If you would please keep this in mind, and attempt to use common sense when drawing conclusions about such things – as well as read what I have actually said before sending me your opinions – it would be greatly appreciated.
Comments and emails from readers are welcome. Please understand that I cannot respond to everyone, but I will do my best to respond promptly if appropriate.
Unfortunately, it seems that drama creeps into the comments on religious blogs. Brothers & Sisters, let’s have our love for one another be apparent before an unbelieving world – even when we disagree. Please keep comments towards each other as readers cordial and polite. Profane or inappropriate comments will be deleted at my discretion.