We have a new critique blog on the scene called Pitch Parlour.
I know what you are thinking: It’s not a review site, so why am I mentioning it? Well, the concept is a little like Query Fail and a First Chapter critique all wrapped up into one with the added benefit of requiring a synopsis, as well. "What’s all that about?" you say. I’ll tell you: Even if you are a self-published author, you may still be in pursuit of the traditional publishing contract, and the fastest way to rejection slip hell is a poorly written query, a poorly written synopsis, and a drab or convoluted start to your novel. This new blog happens to address all three in a rather unique way. It's a little like Authonomy and a little like The Publetariat Vault. The blog owner screens the queries but will not be reviewing the submissions. The assessment will done by the community at large via the blog comments section. A posted submission gets you listed, and Agents and Publishers will be able to pick through the queries to see if anything interests them.
There is no charge to submit, you just need the courage to do so. See here for Submission Guidelines.
We here at the Peeps wish Pitch Parlour the best of luck and hope to see some publishing dreams come true.