Below, you will find a list of book lovers and industry supporters that may be willing to read, review and/or blog your book. They are happy for you to contact them direct in this regard.
This is a non-profit service and the opinions of the subscribers below are entirely their own, and offered on a free and friendly basis. Please let us know if a subscriber is not adhering to this policy.
To join this list as a (free) reviewer, book blogger or beta reader, email us at email@example.com with an approx 70-130 word bio including details of books you like to read, those you'd be willing to review, details of where you post reviews and preferred contact details etc. Also, please include a small jpg image.
Please don't email us asking for reviews - contact the reviewers directly
Reading Renee: I live for books. I love my Kindle. I read romance, mysteries, chick lit, detective type stories and suspense.
I decided to start a blog that would support the authors and not be commercial. I never get paid for a review or giveaway. If I like a book then I pay to give it away as a show of support.There were many times I read something because it was recommended or rated high, and in my opinion it was awful. So I write about books I love, and if I don’t at least like them, I won’t write about them. I have been lucky enough to meet great authors who will give me a book to review and that means the world to me. There are so many great ladies like Heather Huffman, Tracie Banister, Heather Thurmeier and Samantha Bailey who have become friends. They are such talented writers who appeal to a large audience. The best meeting has to be Amber Lehman. I will do anything for her! I think she is so talented and her novel Torn was among my favorites. Contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org Visit my blog for more info. Follow me on Twitter.
Rebbecca Craft: Communication and Media graduate who is currently a full-time copywriter and social media assistant during the day and active reviewer and writer at night! I have written numerous reviews from Food and Drink magazine to Purbeck Folk Festival. I have a great interest in SEO and online marketing so I can definitely make a review stand out and seeded out to relevant websites. I enjoy reading a wide variety of genres as this ensures I am a balanced reader as well as writer. I can post on my own blog (which in one day received over 2,000 unique hits) or a young writer’s website (http://www.yuppee.com/author/becca-craft) Contact me on email@example.com Visit my Blog. Follow me on Twitter.
Erin is a mother, geek, and avid reader. She fell in love with First King of Shannarain the seventh grade and has been hooked on sci-fi/fantasy ever since. Among her favorite authors are Terry Brooks, Anne McCaffrey, David Edding, and Dawn Cook (Kim Harrison). When she isn't reading, working, or being a mommy, she enjoys fishing and watching football. She enjoys all sci-fi/fantasy but prefer high fantasy. She likes all historical and alternate history especially set in Britain or Ancient Rome/Greek. She'll take young adult as long as it falls into one of the previous categories. Historical/fantasy romance is her dirty little secret as she can't resist a well-written love story. Horror isn't really her thing. Erin runs her own blog, The Bookworm's Fancy, which is a mix of reviews, author interviews, and musings about writing and the publishing industry.
Richard Sommery-Gade: I am a disabled Viet Nam Vet, who during the last 2 years has suffered 2 major strokes which necessitated Gamma Knife Brain Surgery and have just survived 2 minor strokes. At 65 yrs, I have been an avid reader of a cross section of literature from the age of 4 to now. It has been my solace and escape from constant illness as a child to my full circle point in life. Having to reduce my over achiever under protest retirement, which has been further reduced by the last 2 years medical nonsense, I decided to give back to the literary community that had fed my mind starting with John Masefield & Arthur Ransome who transported me to fanciful delights. My Amazon review name is Nanakulikane but applying for a review on firstname.lastname@example.org is probably quicker if you want feedback before publishing. I am honest and will not blow smoke to stroke an ego but rather give an honest response to help you on your way. Remember I can't be overwhelmed & inundated, as these strokes have slowed my reading & scanning speed considerably. Aloha & A Hui Ho
Hi! My name is Franny & I live in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. I started Mind Reader in 2011 & what I love to read and review is: Urban/Dark Fantasy, Dystopian, Steampunk, YA Paranormal, Paranormal Romance, Historical Romance & Dark Erotica. Besides my blog, my reviews will be posted on Facebook, Twitter, Triberr, Pinterest, Google+ and, if I was given the book through Smashwords, on that as well. You can have detailed information on the process in my Review Policy page.
I am also interested in featuring authors of the above genres for guest posts, interviews & spotlights, so for more information I can easily be contacted through my blog. Furthermore, I also offer advertising services.
TeamNerd Reviews was founded by Annabell Cadiz, and is co-managed with her best friend, Bridget Strahin. They have a MASSIVE obsession with books and all things nerdy. They conduct book reviews, author interviews, guest posts, blog tours, and so much more! Genres We Handle: Supernatural, Paranormal, Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy, Fantasy, Chick-Lit, and Suspense Thrillers. Website Email: email@example.com Review Policy
My name is Kara Leigh Miller and I'm a published author of four contemporary erotic romances. I'm also an avid reader, a housewife, and mother to five wonderful children. As an author myself I know how difficult it can be to get your book(s) into the hands of the readers and I'm more than willing to do what I can to help my fellow authors. All of my reviews will be honest, but fair. I will never sugarcoat a review as I feel it cheats potential readers, diminishes my credibility as a reviewer, and it is unfair to you as an author. I will post reviews on my blog, Goodreads, and Amazon. I prefer books with strong romantic and erotic elements. For full review guidelines and a list of genres I accept, please visit my blog and click on the Request a Review tab.
Hey, I’m Roger Bellini. I’m a lover of fantasy films and books! I write about these things on my blog http://rogers-reviews.blogspot.com/. I also post on Twitter and Facebook. Primarily, I am looking to review fantasy, however I am open to possibly reviewing horror or Sci-Fi. I will not read the erotica fantasy subgenre, however. My ultimate goal is to help readers find their next hidden gem in a saturated fantasy genre! If you’re willing to share your work, I would be more than happy to share an honest opinion. Thanks! Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow me on Twitter
Hello, my name is Belinda and I love books. I really like to read historical and paranormal romance. My favorite authors are Brenda Joyce, Sabrina Jeffries and Elizabeth Hoyt. My reviews can be found at amazon under my title Queen of Books. I have done reviews for edelweiss, Net Galley, Fiction DB, and Good Reads. I usually read paperback books or e-books. I also share my reviews on my Twitter account. I would love to have a blog one day where everyone who likes romance can share their favorite books. You can reach me at email@example.com. I look forward to hearing from you.
Zwoodle Books promotes free and inexpensive e-books and provides book reviews. We currently have a staff of four volunteer reviewers, including myself. We post on our website - http://zwoodlebooks.com and cross-post to Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, and (sometimes) Pinterest. We do not charge for this service but would appreciate a tweet, like, or follow. A donation to a literacy charity would be greatly appreciated. (Suggested donation of $5 to http://supporters.firstbook.org/goto/zwoodlebooks) Starting in January 2013, we will only be reviewing and offering deal notices for books by authors that take the True Review Pledge. http://truereviewpledge.com. We welcome most genres; as a general rule, we avoid books on religion, pornography (erotica is okay), politics, and anything that makes exaggerated health claims, "feels spammy", or that promotes hate towards any particular group of people. Since we are a PG/PG-13 site, we also do not accept books with sexually explicit text or images on the cover. We cannot guarantee that a book will be read as it depends upon whether or not our reviewers are interested (or just busy), but we try to be as accommodating as possible. The request must be made via our website at http://zwoodlebooks.com/authors-and-publishers/. Thanks and happy writing/reading!
Charles Franklin: I am a freelance writer, customer service professional and book reviewer turned independent author publicist with over 11 years of experience in libraries, customer service, and almost everything in between.I started reviewing books early in 2007 but didn't really take it seriously until about a year or two ago when I learned about the potential power of doing reviews. I joined a pre-launch campaign, received my first free book and the rest is history.I prefer non-fiction, but have a strong interest in fiction as well. As far as non-fiction goes, I like books on marketing (especially social media), physical fitness/health, nutrition, philosophy, martial arts and history, religion/spirituality and the environment. For fiction books, I prefer historical fiction, thriller, science fiction, Christian fiction, and a little action/adventure. LinkedIn profile. Follow/contact me on Twitter.
Hi! My name is Ellie Grace. I'm a self-published author of ten young adult books.
I like anything young adult. I'm not big on thriller or horror, but anything else is fair game.
I place my recorded reviews on Youtube and feature them on my BLOG. Contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org Follow me on Twitter.
National Space Society (NSS). I’m Marianne Dyson, author/editor and the volunteer chairman of the NSS Publications Committee that reviews books for the NSS website. Reviews are promoted through Downlink, a monthly newsletter emailed to members. We ONLY review books related to the human exploration and development of space including space history and policy, biographies of astronauts and other space pioneers, science fiction related to human exploration and settlement of space, and nonfiction astronomy and space-related fiction for children. Self-published books will be considered if the author’s credentials as a scientist and/or science writer are well-established, with special interest in books by members of NSS. Review copies must be supplied to NSS by the publisher/author. Not all submitted books will be reviewed. Some book reviews may also be published in Ad Astra magazine. Send queries to me on email@example.com
London Tracy: I am an author, freelance writer and screenwriter. I have a degree in psychology and screenwriting. My favourite type of book is mostly in the nonfiction category, such as self-improvement, diet, exercise, metaphysics, spirituality, and writing reference. However, when it comes to screenplays, I enjoy mystery/suspense, romance, drama, romantic comedy and comedy. My latest books published include: "Publish Your Screenplay on Kindle" and a romance novel, "This Time Will Be Different." If you are interested in receiving a free review, please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org Follow me on Twitter. Visit my Blog.
We are The Fifty Shades of Hot book review site, a sister site to Boekie's Book Reviews. We love reading erotic romance novels and the kind of books your mom secretly reads in her bedroom at night. ;) We post our reviews on Amazon, Goodreads, B&N.com and our blog. We are big on being social media friendly, so you better believe we tweet, and share every review on Twitter and Facebook. You can contact us via our website: www.thefiftyshadesofhot.com/. Come "like" our Facebook page: facebook.com/TheFiftyShadesOfHot. We look forward to hearing from you! Please be sure to read our review policy.
Stephanie @Books are Cool: I'm a busy freelance editor and farmer but I ALWAYS have time to review books for my www.booksarecool.com website. I will do whatever I can to support indie authors. I'm both traditionally and self published, with 40+ books in my name. I'm an expat living in France and I write about our family's fun and frustrations here: www.bloginfrance.com. I have no preference as to genre for reviewing. Surprise me!
I'm Mrs_Smut and I enjoy reading Erotic/Smut/Romance Novels. I'm addicted and haven't gone 24 hours without having another book lined up. I have reviewed books for authors and love that I can do my bit. I post my reviews on Twitter, Goodreads, Amazon and on my blogsite, which is still fairly new. I blog about the books I've read and tweet about them too. I work full time however my hours are quite short so I have a lot of time to read and write. My contact details are as follows: Email: email@example.com ~ Twitter.
Katie L. Thompson: I am an author of three published novels and I enjoy reading contemporary romance. I would be happy to review contemporary romance only. I will post my reviews on Amazon, Goodreads and my blog. I can be contacted by email on firstname.lastname@example.org Please bear in mind that I am a seventeen year old full-time college student and although I enjoy writing reviews I have to put my college work first. All my reviews are 100% honest. I would also love to do author interviews which I will post on my blog.
Vivi-Views Blogspot: I am a freelance writer, blogger and Indie author. I will place my review on Goodreads, Amazon and my blog. My favourite genres are mystery, drama and thrillers. I will not review non-fiction, horror, vampire or werewolf stories. While I give my honest opinion when I review, I do believe in constructive criticism. I enjoy a good story and I am not put off by bad grammar. You can contact me via my BLOG or by EMAIL: email@example.com or on Twitter.
A Crime Readers' Blog: I’m a novice blogger that reads and reviews mainly crime novels, any genre as long as there is an element of mystery to it. I started out writing a blog purely in the lead up to the Harrogate Crime Writing Festival in Britain last July but loved blogging so intend to carry on. I am happy to expand my reading to other crime writers outside the Harrogate programme. On average I read about a book a week. I only post on my own blog, which is growing steadily ~ everyone has to start somewhere! I can be contacted via email firstname.lastname@example.org or directly through my blog.
Mary C. Kelly, PhD, author, speaker, leadership expert, and economist. Graduate of the Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD and served 21 years on active duty after that. I have 6 books out, 2 more slated for 2013, and chapters in a few more books. I read non-fiction on business, leadership, marketing, economics, & social media. I will post my review of your book on my Facebook page facebook.com/drmarykelly & will send your review out on Twitter. Really great books (12 per year) are featured in my monthly newsletter, Leadership, Dogs & Twitter at ProductiveLeaders.com that goes out to several thousand business people. My focus is working with companies to improve profits through better productivity & leadership. I wish you well!
Hi, Cloey here, I love to read Urban Fantasy, Dark Fantasy, Paranormal Romance, Fantasy, YA Paranormal, Science Fiction, and Light Horror. I do not like reading books that have not been edited at least twice by someone other then the Author. I do read ARC, and as a Beta. Your book can be a novel, novela, or even an anthology. I write honest reviews and post to several sites. Stop by and say hello to me on Twitter and checkout MY BLOG. Thank you, I am looking forward to reviewing your books.
Lynn Parsons is the co-author of "(dis)Abilities and the Gospel". This grandmother enjoys knitting, reading, and writing. Lynn works in public education and is studying for her PhD. She posts her reviews at lynndeniseparsons.blogspot.com and on Amazon and Goodreads. She enjoys cozy mysteries and novels (nothing too graphic, please). She also prefers nonfiction books about crafting, self-improvement, and education. Anything about special needs or disabilities is also welcome and will also be posted on her site at www.ldsdisabilitieshelp.com.
Jodie Andrefski: In addition to being addicted to reading, I am a writer myself, and have three Ebooks published, and have my B.S. in Secondary Education-English. I've written for about ten years for various websites and publications and have done advance book reviews for Harper Collins Publishers. I would be most interested in reviewing MG/YA fiction, but would consider chick lit/romance, suspense/mystery/thriller. I write honest reviews of your work; although I try to focus on the positives of each authors work. I will post my reviews on my Facebook page, on my blog, plus all the regular sites. Connect with me via my Facebook page or my website for more information on my review policies or to message me requesting a review.
Mara Gillott of ReviewingRomance.com: Here is the truth about me. I am a sucker for a cheesy romance novel, I adore trashy erotica and I can't turn away from anything that might be deemed questionable. I blog about these books and more. I love indies and published works alike and no matter what, I tell the truth. On my blog you get more than just a synopsis and a rating, I break down my reviews into 8 key areas and rate them individually to determine how good a book is overall. Be careful! I might bite a little but, but it's always with love! I accept Erotica, Contemporary Romance, Paranormal Romance, Historical Romance, BDSM, Chick Lit, Mommy Lit, Romantic Suspense and pretty much anything except for Sci-Fi. Check you my Review Policy and contact me to request a review.
My name is... oh wait, I can't tell you. Not because I'm scared of the internet, but because I prefer to write anonymously. Just take a look at MY BLOG, and you can call me The Book Critic for now. I am a British blogger, and I write pretty much every day. You can also find me on Twitter. I don't just blog about books – as a teen I address the issue of confidence amongst young adults and try to make others feel as special as I know they are. I never disregard any genre of writing and will interview any author as long as their books are suitable for young adults. My work has recently been featured on 'The Charleston Veggie' website after an interview with a new author. Please feel free to take a look at my blog and tell me what you think!
WeWhoWrite: NJ Qualls. I offer a concise and truthful review of your work, I read at least 8 hours/day consisting mostly of historical/Regency romance (fiction or nonfiction), time-travel, international espionage. More recently, I have become a beta-reader. You can peruse my blog http://www.wewhowrite.blogspot.com/ or follow me on Twitter and Facebook. I will also translate your book into Italian. I am looking forward to meeting each of you. * Sci-fi, horror, young adult and religious subjects are not among my interests.*
Jerry Brennan is a graduate of West Point and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism; he recently published Resistance and has been a frequent contributor and co-editor at The Deadline. He’s into Camus, Dostoyevsky, Koestler, Hitchcock, Radiohead, The National, and various other lions of literature, film and music, but you can also catch him reading Jim Thompson and even sneaking in some Wahida Clark from time to time. (He’s also a huge Martin Scorsese fan.) He posts reviews on Amazon and GoodReads; contact him via Twitter.
Dr Gill James: I am a writer, reviewer and university lecturer. My main interest is young adult novels, with particular interests in science fiction, paranormal and historical fiction. I’m also happy to review academic books about children’s literature and creative writing, collections of short stories and flash fiction for adults, and adult fiction similar to Maeve Binchy’s. I post on my own Recommended Reads blog, on Amazon and Good Reads. Contact details HERE.
SMS Nonfiction Book Reviews: a book reviewer for over 10 years (even before the blog) I have always loved nonfiction the best. My blog is now nonfiction only reviews although for any age group. I prefer lifestyle topics (parenting, pets, food/cooking, home), web/social media, science/math, self help, health/psych/sociology and education. I do not read Christian books and I don’t accept ebooks for review. Please contact me through my blog.
SM Blooding: I’m an author and reader who loves to support her fellow Indies! I read fantasy; urban, paranormal, supernatural, young adult, romance, light erotica, whatever. I’m not particularly fond of vampires. I’m more of a werewolf fan, but if you have characters that are neither, that are some other kind of mythological creature, you’re almost guaranteed to have my interest. I post my reviews on my Blog, Goodreads, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble. Directions to contact me are here: http://www.smblooding.com/faq
Becky Vance: I am a budding fiction author currently researching my first novel. I freelance on shorter material as well.
I write customer service articles for The Examiner.
I review debut authors on my blog, Becky's Book Notes at rebeccavance.com.
Melysah Bunting aka The Lit Critic. I review fiction. My preferred genres are historical, crime, mystery, romance, young adult, sci-fi, thriller, fantasy, steampunk and the sort. I'll pretty much read anything. I read books as soon as possible. I post the review in my blog, on Goodreads, Twitter, Facebook and Barnes and Noble. Send a print copy, PDF or ePub file. Contact me via Twitter DM or my blog HERE.
Gitte Doherty from Totally Booked for reviews and/or beta reading. I write honest reviews about how I felt about the characters and their stories. I try my best never to do spoiler reviews. I review on my blog, on Goodreads and on Amazon. I currently read between 4 - 5 books a week and have beta read and done small edits for several authors. I receive ARCs on a regular basis for an honest unbiased review. I don't discriminate on what I will read however my preferred genres to review are: Adult contemporary romance/YA, (m/f, m/m, m/f/m), Paranormal romance, Erotic romance, Historical romance, Urban Fantasy. Contact me on Twitter or Goodreads.
I'm Amy, and I am totally open to review books. I do it anyway, whether I buy the books or am given the books so this way we both benefit. I get to read the books and you get a review from someone who will read pretty much anything. I will not read anything like Fifty Shades of Gray (which means no porn), I will not read historical or non-fiction books. But other than that I'm game for pretty much anything. My reviews will go on my blog, Goodreads, and my Twitter, My blog: Boredom and Words of Nothingness. I would prefer to be contacted on email@example.com
We are AppraisingPages, a book reviewing duo from Gilbert, Arizona.
We review: contemporary romance, YA, paranormal romance, and memoirs. Take note, we prefer either paper copies or the ePub format. We also feature interviews with authors, giveaways, and story-inspired experiences.
We post reviews on our site: appraisingpages.com; and publicize through our Twitter, Facebook, and Goodreads accounts.
Hey! I'm Charlotte from EponaReviews and I'm 16! :) I have a blog devoted to everything book-ish and I also have a Twitter for promoting books @EponaReviews :) I hope to be an author and editor when I finally fly the nest so we'll see! I post my reviews on Amazon, Waterstones, Goodreads, Randombuzzers, my blog, Twitter and I send a copy to the author/publisher to use as they please. I've read several ARCs and take time to write my reviews. I only read YA fiction in the genres of - dystopian/romance, Sci/fi, romance, paranormal, fantasy and contemporary. I won't go near vampire novels or murder mysteries, sorry :/
Fara Hanani: for review. Fara is the author behind Tumbling In Books, where she reviews YA books. She's a huge fan of YA Contemporary but loves to read other genres too, nonetheless. She posts her review on her Tumbling In Books book blog, Goodreads, Shelfari and occasionally, on MPHONLINE (if your book is there). Fara's OBSESSED with checking her emails so you don't have to worry she won't read your email. You can contact her on firstname.lastname@example.org and follow her through Twitter. For more info, contact details, review policies and such, visit: http://tumblinginbooks.blogspot.co.uk/p/review-policy.html
Nantambu: for reviews. My name is Nantambu and I am currently writing a book myself. I thought this is a cool way to get your name out there and figured why not become a reviewer as well. I always read books and when I read something that I love, I always wished there was a way to reach out to the authors. I most enjoy to read sci-fi fantasy and murder mysteries. I will be blogging from www.nantambu.blogspot.com. You can follow me and contact me on Twitter.
Sarah Reads the World: for reviews: I have traveled extensively in Europe and lived in Spain for four months. I am curious, a constant learner and humanitarian. I review books on Travel, Culture, Geography and related topics. My blog is mostly nonfiction, though I’ll occasionally review fiction that strongly reflects the blog’s theme. Please read my guidelines before submitting a request. I’m selective, so doing so will increase the chance that I’ll accept your book. I post reviews on my blog, Goodreads and Amazon. I always review honestly and fairly. Contact me at: http://www.sarahreadstheworld.com/book-review-requirements Follow me on Twitter.
Miranda Stork: for reviews. I'm an published indie author who loves to read books and review them! I live in the beautiful Northern countryside of England with a wonderful partner, and a demanding cat. I enjoy reading Paranormal Romance or Fantasy, Dystopian, Dark fiction, Horror, or any combination of the above. I do also sometimes review other books, so check with me first. I will post reviews on my blog, Amazon, and Goodreads. Follow me on Twitter.
Shirley Ford for reviews. I am a retired director, now living in the West Country of England. I have just published my first novel, "Every Why" as a Kindle book. Reviews can make or break a book and it is so important to take the time to review them. I write reviews for Amazon. Favourite genres – Michael Connelly/John Grisham or general fiction. Contact me on Twitter or email via Twitter.
Aiysha: A teenager living in the UK, studying at college and trying to manage a book blog alongside! Currently Aiysha is accepting young adult fiction books in any genre for review. She is willing to accept ARCs in either paperbacks or hardbacks. Also she is perfectly happy to receive uncorrected proofs, if reviews are needed prior to the book's release. Aiysha would also consider adult-aged fiction in the paranormal or urban fantasy genres as well depends individually on the book. She posts her book reviews on her book blog, Mortal Moments, Amazon and Goodreads. Contact me by email : email@example.com or Twitter: @Aiysha_W
Lisa Wood: for reviews. I live in the UK and work part time in the textile industry and I am full time mummy to a gorgeous boy. I hope one day to be a writer and I am currently editing. I mainly read YA fantasy/paranormal urban fantasy but I am open to over genres. I love to read and I am never far from my kindle or book and I am a big supporter of Indie authors. I blog/review at Lisa M Wood.blogspot.co.uk and post to Twitter, Google+ and Goodreads. You can follow me and contact me on Twitter.
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Lori's Book Blog: for reviews. I am hopelessly addicted to reading and then blogging about it. I write honest reviews that I express my feelings about the characters and their story. I try to keep my reviews as spoil free as possible but sometimes it's just too hard. I have my own book blog that I review books on. I also review on Goodreads, Amazon, if requested Barnes and Noble, and I am currently in the process of creating another blog with 5 other reviewers. I have beta read for numerous authors, I have done small edits for 3 authors, and I receive ARCs on a weekly basis asking for my honest opinion. I'll read just about anything romance related. Contact me on Twitter or Goodreads.
Eline Tack: I'm a young Belgian teacher with a passion for books! Reading is the one thing I can do everywhere, anytime... The genres I prefer are chick lit, romance (every genre), YA...however, I don't mind trying another genre, maybe I'll just love it! Because I want to be a writer myself someday, I'm never cruel in my book reviews, but I do give my honest opinion. The things I find really important are the connection I feel with the characters, the plot and especially "did I like to read this book?". My reviews will be posted on Goodreads, Amazon and on my blog. I'll also post links on my Twitter and Facebook. You can reach me on Twitter and/or Goodreads to obtain my e-mail address. When I have enough reviews, I'll start a special Facebook page for them.
Ron Immink CEO at Bookbuzz™: Business Book reviews. We are part of a technology-free slow flow movement, using dialogue, peer-to-peer and business books that encourage top executives to engage with the greatest business minds and to collectively apply the combined knowledge to their business problems. Bookbuzz clients in Ireland, the UK and USA, use Bookbuzz to develop their staff, stay abreast of current management thinking, solve problems, improve decision-making and execute quicker. Contact me on email@example.com Bookbuzz blog. My Linkedin profile. Follow me on Twitter.
LindyLouMac'sBook Reviews: I am an English woman living in Italy with a voracious appetite for reading! I set up my Book Review blog to share books I have read with likeminded readers. I hate spoilers in reviews so do my best not to give too much away, but just to tempt others to read. I also now include an author profile with each review for added interest. Reviews will be posted where appropriate on Amazon, Goodreads, Bookcrossing, Anobii, and Google Plus. My tastes are eclectic but I am not keen on fantasy or YA genres. I can be contacted via Twitter and on Facebook.
Donna McBroom-Theriot: Writer. Book Reviewer. Southern Lady. I began writing book reviews in 2010 and have a following of approximately 3,000. Click HERE to contact me. My review policy as well as comments from authors can be viewed on my blog, My Life, One Story at a Time. My preferred genres are nonfiction, romance, historical romance, mystery romance. I offer a book spotlight, book review, author guest post, and book giveaway. I post the reviews to requested venues. I also write short stories about my life. Like me on Facebook ~ Follow me on Twitter
Darlene Williams HF Reviews: I blog reviews to share my love of historical fiction. I believe great historical fiction novels deserve promotion to honor the authors’ achievements. I provide honest reviews that readers can trust. My standards are high and I will not post a review less than 3 stars. In that case, I contact the author explaining my reasons for not posting a review. I can be contacted on my Darlene HF Reviews and Darlene Williams Author Facebook Pages, Goodreads and Twitter via my blog. I am currently writing my first historical fiction novel.
Edward G. Gordon: I run a free book review site, Devilsreview, and a free author interview site, Gamblersgame. Husband and father first, everything else after. I review books, interview and promote authors and generally provide quality information to the writing community. If you are looking for a free and fair book review and an author interview promoting your book then you've come to the right place. Click through and register. It's easy. Follow me on Twitter.
Book-Shelf Three bibliophile ladies who try to review as much as we can; we always give honest thoughts on books – even if we love the author! We never say we love a book if we don’t, but we would never be judgmental or give a bad review, because even if we don’t like it, perhaps it’s more to others' tastes. We host reviews on our website, post our reviews on Amazon, are on Facebook and you can follow us on Twitter. More info and contact details: http://no1bookshelf.wordpress.com/about-us-2
Brian Wilkerson: I'm an avid reader and novelist of the fantasy genre.
As far as reviews are concerned, I'm mostly a fantasy, Science Fiction or Historical guy but I'm also open to reading and reviewing other genres except Biographies and Romance.
To contact me regarding reviews, email me firstname.lastname@example.org or contact me via my blog. Follow Brian on Twitter
Dr David Pitman, Ohio Mid+Western College: For book reviews and beta reading. I prefer the following genres: historical fiction and non-fiction; political; religious. You can contact me on email@example.com and visit my blog HERE and you can follow Dr David Pitman on Twitter
Kristi Stanford: for reviews. I am reader who would like to have my own distant-future novel reviewed someday. I am mostly interested in fiction, memoir, classic literature, and maybe romance if time allows. I am employed as a medical language specialist who blogs under a pen name, currently working on my own novel. You can contact me on Kstanford24@aol.com and follow me on Twitter HERE
Dan Wright - Author/Reviewer: aside from writing, I am also a reviewer on the website Read2Review - where I review the latest in Fantasy and Science Fiction.
If you visit my website HERE and click on "Submission Details" you will be taken to a section where you can read my submission details and what I accept for reviews.
My Facebook profile. Follow Dan Wright on Twitter
YA Book Bridges: Wife. Mother. Secondary Teacher. Reader. Writer. YA Book Enthusiast. Mildly-Obsessed YA Authors Fan. The reviews will first appear as traditional blog posts and then I will nest them on the pages individually. For more details visit my website HERE. For reviewing applications contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org Follow me on Twitter