Hi Everyone - First off, let me just say how happy I am to have found this site.  It's full of helpful information on pretty much everything about books and ebooks.  It's actually pretty intimidating especially when you start to review many of the forum threads and they're full of so much information, especially when it comes to using social media to market your books. I'm an absolute novice when it comes to social media so I've got a lot to learn but at least I've come to the right place.

I recently published my first ebook TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE through Kindle KDP and I, like many of the authors on this site, am looking for reviewers for my book.  On certain threads, I think I've read something about coupon codes being provided to reviewers of ebooks.  What exactly is the proper protocol for providing your ebook to a reviewer?  Do you send a copy in PDF format or how does it work exactly?

 

 

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The coupon codes are for the Smashwords publishing website. You can provide a PDF by emailing it to the reviewer. You can also download Calibre software to convert your manuscript from any type of document (preferably an HTML document) to different ebook formats such as MOBI (Kindle) and EPUB (Nook). Those formats are more compatible with e-readers. It's all fairly easy once you get the hang of it :)

Thanks for your info, Christine.  It's much appreciated!

I'm new to this site to but would be very interested in reviewing your book.

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