Authors Needing Reviews and Interviews


Authors Needing Reviews and Interviews

This group is for authors who are looking for reviews and interviews and for bloggers who do reviews and interviews. Authors post a link to your work or if your is still in progress then post a link to your blog with updates on your work.  Bloggers post your blog link, a way for you to be contacted and what genre of work you review

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Theodore Singer

I am an author looking for reviews.  My book can be found for sale here, or you can e-mail me at for a free…Continue

Started by Theodore Singer Mar 3.

Reviewer looking for books! 7 Replies

I may have accidentally sent a message to everyone in the group. Sorry, I meant to post here:Have a book that needs a few more reviews? I have a semi-new blog for writing tips and book…Continue

Tags: reviews, reviewer

Started by Samantha Cook. Last reply by Yzavela Narvaez Feb 1.

Author offering to do a Character Interview to help promote your book. 8 Replies

I write erotica, so my website is geared to the 18+ crowd. I will interview any character of any book aimed at Adults. Your book does not need to be romance or erotica, just not anything a child…Continue

Started by Diana Persaud. Last reply by Diana Persaud Jan 25.

IAT Indie Author Tactics looking for Authors 5 Replies

Hello Everyone,My name is Justin Bienvenue is I am an author and poet. When I'm not writing or promoting my own work I am looking for people to interview. I run a group here on BookBlogs called …Continue

Started by Justin Bienvenue. Last reply by Heidi Skarie Jan 20.

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Comment by Book Buzz 3 hours ago

Biographical Historical Fiction For Review

The Evolutionist
By Avi Sirlin
Publisher: Aurora Metro Press
Published: November 2014
ISBN: 978-1906582531
Pages: 334
Genre: Historical Fiction; Biographical Novel

The Evolutionist tells the story of one of Britain’s most controversial and misunderstood Victorians, a man Sir David Attenborough called "the most admirable character in the history of science" --  Alfred Russel Wallace. In 1858, Wallace earned equal credit with Charles Darwin for the discovery of our modern theory of evolution. But in an era that pitted science against faith, Wallace boldly declared his belief in both -- thus clashing headlong with London's scientific elite, including Darwin. More than 150 years later, Wallace has become the forgotten father of evolution.

Book Description/Blurb:
1858. The Malay Archipelago. In these remote tropics, a young British naturalist, Alfred Wallace, toils in obscurity. He collects specimens—beetles, moths, ants and birds—that sell for pennies apiece in England. He also investigates ideas that perplex the world’s leading scientific minds, an elite community that spurns him as a mere interloper.

One night in his isolated jungle hut, suffering from fever and hallucination, Wallace solves the greatest mystery of the era: the origin of species. To circulate his discovery, he contacts a distant acquaintance—Charles Darwin. Unbeknownst to Wallace, Darwin has been secretly penning a near-identical version of the same evolutionary theory for twenty years. Wallace’s fateful decision to confide in Darwin forges a unique bond between the two men. Darwin achieves world-renown and Wallace earns, if nothing else, widespread grudging respect. But then Wallace returns to England and takes up with the spiritualist movement sweeping the nation. Devotion to spiritualism launches Wallace into a headlong clash not only with London’s scientific establishment, but the man at its very center, Darwin.

From oppressive jungle to mid-Victorian London, The Evolutionist tells of one man’s determination to seek out his own truth. It is a story of perseverance and inspiration, science and faith, and ultimately, it is about the resilience of the human heart.

For review copies contact:

Avi Sirlin

Comment by Yzavela Narvaez 7 hours ago

Urban Fantasy eBook and paperback format for Review:

Secrets of Ravenstone: Keeper of La Tecla (The Key) Book One

By: Yza-Dora

Available at: Amazon, Smashwords, Createspace

Genre: Urban Fantasy

For PDF copy, email me at:

Comment by Book Buzz 8 hours ago

Self-Help Book For Review

How To Survive A Dead End Job
By Wilson Jackson
Publisher: Outskirts Press
Published: March 2015
ISBN: 978-1478752011
Genre: Self-Help/Philosophical/Personal Growth/Self-Esteem
Formats Available For Review: Print (limited quantities, only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers in the U.S.), pdf

A self-help, philosophical, personal growth, and self-esteem book being proud of who you are, the courage to pursue a better life and future and the common sense to realize income tax is not your savior, but saving your money is.

For review copies contact:

Wilson Jackson

Comment by Book Buzz on March 24, 2015 at 11:34am

Dramatic Fiction For Review

The Amalgamist
By Cristel Orrand
Publisher: 1st Ride Publishing
Published: August 2014
ISBN: 978-1500369729
Genre: Dramatic Fiction, Coming of Age
Formats Available For Review: pdf

From the moment Miriam Francis Claymore makes the rather impetuous decision to quit her life, something quite extraordinary intervenes. Whether moved by fate- or sleight of hand- one careless moment sets off a rippling tide that leads Miri from her comfortable life in New York, to the Aegean shores of Turkey, and into the unknown. Adrift but reveling in her newfound freedom, the world is open with possibility again, until a chance encounter with a young painter has her questioning her resolve, and her sanity. Aided and subverted on her quest to move forward by a breadcrumb trail of signs, her meddling grandmotherly realtor, touchstone love and instigator best friend, she must disentangle her own past and the pasts of those she loves, before they’re lost to her forever. The Amalgamist is a work of dramatic fiction, with equal parts travel, love, history and re-coming of age, where the protagonist finds herself dividing her time between New York and Turkey, doubt and determination, and on a mission to re-place the pieces of herself.

For review copies contact:

Cristel Orrand


Comment by Jerome Brooke on March 23, 2015 at 2:51am

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Comment by Book Buzz on March 21, 2015 at 4:12pm

Romantic Suspense Available For Review

Barbara's Plea
By Stacy Eaton
Publisher: Nitewolf Novels
Published: April 2015
ISBN: 978-0985758486
Pages: 184
Genre: Romantic Suspense

Barbara lives in constant fear of her husband. She finally summons the courage to leave with their young daughter, Allie, but dreads the moment her husband learns of their escape. In his desire to control them and bend them to his will, he will leave no stone unturned to punish them--especially Barbara.

Grey’s future seems bleak, especially the day he is fired, but everything begins to turn around the moment he absently sinks down on a bench occupied by wealthy Gloria Withers. Gloria sees something in him that no one else bothers to notice and, within moments, a friendship is sparked that will withstand many trials.

When Barbara makes good her escape and arrives on the doorstep of her grandmother, Gloria, whom she hasn't seen for years, Barbara is greeted instead by Grey. It doesn't take long for a different kind of spark to fly as Barbara takes up residence in the Withers mansion.

When Grey falls inexorably in love with not only Barbara, but also her daughter Allie, he vows to do everything he can to protect them from her husband who is out for revenge.

For review copies contact:
Stacy Eaton

Comment by Susanne Leist on March 19, 2015 at 9:56am



A paradise is now lost and gone,
Never to be found again.
Whomever the demons come upon,
No more peace but only pain.

Like a cold witches’ brew.
An Oasis for all.
Now a hell for the few,
Who remain to tell all.

Warm winds turn cold
As all become prey.
The young and old.
For them we must pray. 

Hell hath no fury
Like a demon scorned.
There is no jury
For a small town mourned.

Who’ll save Oasis
From ‘The Dead’ demons?
Who will now face us,
More dead or demons?

Pray for us.
We are alone
Come save us.
We must atone. 




Comment by Book Buzz on March 18, 2015 at 1:54pm

Literary Spy Thriller Available For Review

The Leipzig Affair
By Fiona Rintoul
Publisher: Aurora Metro Press
Published: November 2014
ISBN: 978-1906582975
Pages: 296
Genre: Literary Fiction, Spy Thriller

The year is 1985. East Germany is in the grip of communism. Magda, a brilliant but disillusioned young linguist, is desperate to flee to the West. When a black market deal brings her into contact with Robert, a young Scot studying at Leipzig University, she sees a way to realise her escape plans. But as Robert falls in love with her, he stumbles into a complex world of shifting half-truths – one that will undo them both.

Many years later, long after the Berlin Wall has been torn down, Robert returns to Leipzig in search of answers. Can he track down the elusive Magda?

And will the past give up its secrets?

The Leipzig Affair was the winner of the Sceptre Prize and the Virginia Prize for Fiction UK.

For review copies contact:

Cheryl Robson
Aurora Metro Press

Comment by Book Buzz on March 16, 2015 at 12:20pm

Contemporary Fiction Novel For Review

My Life in a Nutshell
By Tanya J. Peterson
Publisher: Inkwater Press
Published: June 2014
ISBN: 978-1629010724
Pages: 380
Genre: Contemporary Fiction, Psychological Fiction

From the author of Leave of Absence comes another compelling tale of the human psyche.

My Life in a Nutshell: A Novel is the story of one man's struggles with debilitating anxiety. Brian Cunningham has severely isolated himself, and while lonely, he feels powerless to change his life. Unexpectedly, his safe little world is invaded by one Abigail Harris, a seven-year-old girl who has bounced from foster home to foster home until recent placement with an aunt and uncle she has never known. Unsure if she can trust her new environment, she turns to Brian. Neither quite knows how to live in the world. Can they possibly help each other?

Name to named to Kirkus Reviews’ Best Books of 2014

For review copies contact:

Tanya J. Peterson

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