It’s been some time now since I wrote about 10 Book Review Programs for Blogger Newbies and it continues to be one of my most read articles. Before I even hit published, I knew I left out a few other book review programs and promised to do a part two. See the book review programs that made the list in part one.
When I started blogging in 2010, I wanted to know how people were managing to get their hands on all these FREE books to review. The book lover in me wanted in but the newbie in me didn’t know how to or where to go to make the connections. Eventually, I got the inside scoop and now I have authors, who contact me personally to review their books on occasions. To see some of the great books I have reviewed in the past visit my book review page. So I want to share my knowledge with others, who have a passion for books and would love to share their thoughts through blogger book review programs.
Each program typically have their own rules so be sure to check out their guidelines before signing up and agreeing to review for their programs. Ok, I’ve blabbed enough. Let’s get on with the book goodness.
7 Book Review Programs
1. Book Crash: Offers a simple sign up process and they send out email notifications of their latest book offerings. In the last email I received from them they were looking for bloggers to review Serenity to Accept by Elizabeth Maddrey.
Individuals residing outside of the US and Canada can participate in the program but they must be willing to accept e-books.
2. Story Cartel: Sign up for their list and join over 11,00 book lovers and get notifications about free books. They offer a range of books to review. According to their website, For book lovers, “ Story Cartel is a resource to discover great books and fresh authors; for authors, it’s a platform to build deeper relationships with readers. As long as it meets our guidelines, any author can launch their book on Story Cartel.” I’m on their list but I have not reviewed any books for this program yet. From my understanding the books are e-copies but you can be entered to win actually print copies of the books.
3. LitFuse: I have done several book reviews through this program and love the email notices you receive when they have new books available. They offer an easy sign up process.
4. Abingdom Press: This is a relatively new program (to me at least) and I’m not real sure where I went to get on their list but I have started receiving emails with their latest listings of available books for review. Here’s a link to their latest list.
5. The Book Nook: Is a Hay House Blogger community that offers free books in exchange for a review. This is another program that is relatively new to me and I have not yet taken the opportunity to review a book through this program.
6. Christian Fiction Blog Alliance: Patricia of Readin and Writin with Patricia told me about this one in her comment to my previous list of book review programs.
Did I miss any other great book review programs?
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