If you are a “professional reviewer” – that is, someone who gets paid or volunteers to write reviews for an online or print publication that regularly publishes book reviews – I’d be happy to send you a reviewer copy. Just send me a request.
You don’t have to be a “professional reviewer” to get a free review copy. You don’t even have to blog. I am looking for readers that enjoy telling others about their picks. Anyone can request a free copy in exchange for an honest review, but I am more likely to give you one if you have an existing track record of posted reviews on Amazon and/or Goodreads, and I believe we are well-matched.
What do I mean by well-matched? Let’s think of this as a blind-date. I wouldn’t set up my best friend who wants to settle down and have babies with a bad-boy who just wants to have fun. If based on your existing reviews, I don’t think it’s going to work out, I’ll let you know.
Requests should include a link to your reviews and profile on Amazon and/or Goodreads. Bonus points to folks who are active on reader forums, and/or other social media. Let me know specifically why you are interested in reading Blood Diva. What reviews of it have you read? What did you think of the sample?
Interested? Just drop me an email.
Work in a bookstore? Even if you aren’t the “designated” book buyer, if you work in a store where your recommendations count with readers, I’d be happy to send you a copy of Blood Diva. There’s no form. Just send me an email explaining your position and details.
Social Media Mavens and “Street Team” Experts
Even if you don’t love to write reviews, if you love to read and tell people about your finds on twitter, or other social media or even in REAL non-virtual life, that’s fine with me. I’m happy to send a freebie to anyone who is truly interested and wants to share good news!