The only comprehensive source of influential book reviewer profiles and book review guidance you can buy. Available in paperback, Kindle and EPUB.
200 Book Bloggers: contact information, reading preferences, turnaround time, posting policies & more!
40 Blog Tour Organizers that can help manage your tour: contact information, pricing, additional services.
32 review businesses to reach retailers, librarians and readers: contact information, pricing, and policy overviews.
Includes a quick start guide, outreach checklists, sample email template, and professional book design standards.
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“If you are an Independent author, or you have a contract with an *unresponsive* publisher, this book is a good way to plan your book launch.”Jason Henry Evans (Amazon, 8th edition)
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“This book should be on the table of all self-published authors who are burdened with the task of marketing their books. Everything you need to contact the reviewers and bloggers is in this book. Priceless stuff!”Mike Nach (Goodreads, 6th edition)
“I bought the first version of this list and found it indispensable. Excellent resource for UK authors too.”Stephanie Zia (Amazon, 2nd edition)
“I’ve looked everywhere for a decent reviewer resource and haven’t found anything as nice as this book. I sent out about fifty requests from emails I found in this book, got back maybe ten replies and about five of them offered to review. Still, that’s 10% of the people who followed through so that’s pretty decent.”Jaime Vendera (Amazon, 7th edition)
“This book inspires me because it provides detailed information about many of my fellow book bloggers. I have learned some great ways to improve my own blog by checking out the book blogs listed in this book.”Janette Fuller (Amazon, 7th edition)
From the Blog
Yes it’s painful, but the general rule for reacting to a negative review is: Don’t respond. Yet if you must, tread lightly. Let’s face it, online reviews have become one of the most effective marketing tools an author has to promote their books. In fact, there are...read more
One of the most disheartening words an indie author can hear is “sorry, we do not review self-published books.” And yet everywhere we look in other forms of media creation—music, video, film—the indie media artist is a respected individual creator. What is it about...read more
Obviously, we believe in the power of book bloggers! Here is why authors should make book bloggers part of their marketing plan: You receive an honest review of your book from someone who knows, and is interested in, your type of book. Once that review is posted, you...read more