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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YA series Looking for Blog reviews

***All Three Books in the Flightless Bird Series are Available for Blog Reviews *** Flightless Bird (Book #1 the Flightless Bird Series) by Paulina UlrichYA Paranormal Romancee-book Copies Available…Continue

Started by Margaret Literary Chanteuse on Saturday.

YA Looking for Blog Reviews

*Looking for reviews*If interested in reviewing for your blog, please message here or at margaret(at)redcoatpr(dot)com. Thanks so much!Soul Survivor (Book #1 the Hybrid Chronicles) by Michelle N.…Continue

Started by Margaret Literary Chanteuse on Saturday.

New Adult Looking for Blog Reviews

*Looking for Blog Reviews*If interested in reviewing this please message me here on book blogs or at margaret(at)redcoatpr(dot)com  Thanks!...Chosen ( Book #1 the Fighting Fate series) by Paulina…Continue

Started by Margaret Literary Chanteuse on Saturday.

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Comment by Iscah 14 hours ago

I offer free digital copies of my fantasy novel and novella to reviewers.  If interested, reply with a link to your blog and means to contract you (if that info is on your blog, just the link is fine).

The Girl With No Name is a novella, purely in ebook, though there may be a paperback later this year.  It's the first of four tales which will make up Before the Fairytale a sort of prequel to the novel Seventh Night.

Seventh Night is a full length novel available in ebook and hardback.  It's similar in tone to The Princess Bride, but a bit lighter on the comedy and heavier on the fantasy.  Both books play off fairytale motifs, but they are not retellings.

Comment by Catherine Crumber 15 hours ago

Wed. May 27, 2015-  Fri. May 30, 2015 @ Jarvis Center in New York

Authors, are you dreaming of Going to BookExpo America?

You'll want to read this!

Okay, so by now you know I share news about marketing efforts for Authors. - Why? I do this because I know first hand how hard it can be to get noticed. With that written, I am going to share with you another opportunity.

This opportunity comes in increments of 10. - Meaning if you are the 11th and final author to respond, you will not be able to participate but if you are the 11th out 20 authors to respond, you made the cut! - Get ready.

My friend is Carol Rogers and she is a book distributor. - She also sponsors spaces at various book fairs and events in New York throughout the year.

If any of you have looked at the price of going it alone to the Book Expo America 2015 - You know the following:

a. Spots are going fast.

b. It will cost you between,-1,200 to 2,500 USD not including lodging and food or the extras offered.

c. Anybody who is anyone in the industry usually attends this at least one.

d. It is possible to make a deal that will launch your career to a new level.

e. Hotels are booking fast for this event. I called two weeks ago and one hotel only had two rooms left.

Bottom line: Carol is sponsoring spaces that will rotate at her table. She is looking for 10 authors or 20 authors or 30 authors (you get the picture) who want the VIP package. The cost will be between $550 and $650. - That's more than 50% off you trying to do this alone.  - $300 is due by September 20, 2014. She will let you know the details.

Interested? - Contact Carol at or for more info.

Guess what? - I am taking the 1st slot. - Do I have 9 more authors that will join me?

Comment by Catherine Crumber 20 hours ago

Hello Everyone: - Please share!

Writers' World Newspaper is a bi-monthly newspaper (electronic and print issues)

The following columns are main features in each issue. If you have an interest in being featured in one of the columns, contact Carol Rogers @
Book Reviews - (2) Non-fiction and Fiction (Reviews must be at least 500 words)

Author Spotlight -

Quotation Marks - famous quotes or your original quote up to 100 words

Poet's Corner-

Short Stories (contest) - 1st 2nd and 3rd are featured in paper

Incarcerated Author's Spotlight - passionate project of Carol's

Children's Section - Feature a drawing or story of a child- ages 3 to 17

You can contact her for advertising rates.

You can see the electronic version here:

All deadlines for the next electronic issue are July 25, 2014

The paper is featured in New York, Georgia, Rhode Island and Maryland....great exposure.    

Comment by John G. Evans yesterday

Hi Folks,

If anyone is willing to review/interview me in connection my science-fiction eBook: GALACTIC LEBENSRAUM.

Please contact me via my page - John G. Evans to discuss.

Comment by Catherine Crumber on Tuesday

Comment by Catherine Crumber on Tuesday

Comment by Catherine Crumber on Tuesday

Elevated, a Tale


I am looking for reviews for my new novel, Elevated, a Tale. The link to sample my novel is located above. Genre: Urban Christian Fiction Romance

Comment by Jayson James on Saturday

ONLY $1.99 THIS WEEKEND!   Click here to buy:  Thanks!

Comment by Amy L. Boukair on Saturday

Hi Everyone,

I'm looking to obtain more great reviews for my romantic-suspense (and a little bit of time travel) novel, INDIGO. I can send in all formats. Would appreciate reviews on Goodreads and other outlets. Here is the book trailer:

Let me know if you're interested! And thanks in advance!


Comment by Stefan Luft on Friday

A free chapter is available on my landing page:

Hello, I have several free copies of my new book "Jamila comes home" that I would like to send to interested bloggers who want to read and review it.

Brief summary:

Human Rights Watch estimates that about 200,000 migrant domestic workers, mainly from Sri Lanka, Ethiopia, the Philippines and Nepal, are employed in Lebanese households alone.

Previous media reports and research by rights groups suggest the workers suffer from regular abuse, and in consequence very high death rates.

For a foreign maid, like the young Ethiopian woman Jamila Beirut had nothing to do with the dazzling capital of Lebanon foreigners may enjoy. This novel describes the life, suffering, and final rescue of a young Ethiopian woman that came to Beirut to earn some money for her family back in Addis Ababa and barely survived. A story that was inspired by the many reports of mistreated and abused migrant workers out there.

 “Jamila comes home” is a novel that tells the thrilling story of a survivor.

Thank you


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