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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Need 8 Reviewers ASAP

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Started by Tabatha Pope 1 hour ago.

Reviewer looking for books! 2 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

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Started by Samantha Cook. Last reply by mathias B. Freese Oct 16.

Needing Review for Historical Fiction

Hello, I am needing reviews for my historical fiction, Dobyns Chronicles. It is a 260 page family oriented work.  I have it available right now in PDF, epub, and Mobi. If interested please email me…Continue

Tags: cowboys, Indian, cattle, ranching, writing

Started by Shirley McLain Oct 13.

Looking for Reviewers - Ya Paranormal

Hello Everyone!I am looking for reviewers interested in reviewing the first two books in The Enchanted Island Series to get prepared for the 3rd installment, which will be released mid December.I…Continue

Started by Krystal McLaughlin Oct 13.

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Comment by mathias B. Freese 1 hour ago

Seeking serious readers for literary fiction on the Holocaust [See for early reviews from Amazon and a press release] In manuscript form was one of three finalist out of 424 manuscripts submitted in the Leapfrog Fiction Contest in 2012.

                                    I TRULY LAMENT: WORKING THROUGH THE HOLOCAUST

“One might call I Truly Lament a monstrous achievement.” – Duff Brenna, novelist, Professor Emeritus, CSU San Marcos

Ordering information, cover and endorsements are at this publisher’s link:

Dear Friend:

An astute historian of the Holocaust observed that it is much like a train wreck, survivors wandering about in a daze, sense and understanding, for the moment, absent. No comprehensive rational order in sight.

I Truly Lament—Working Through the Holocaust is a varied collection of stories: inmates in death camps; survivors of these camps; disenchanted Golems complaining about their designated rounds; Holocaust deniers and their ravings; collectors of Hitler curiosa (only recently a few linens from Hitler’s bedroom suite went up for sale!);  an imagined interview with Eva Braun during her last days in the Berlin bunker; a Nazi camp doctor subtly denying his complicity; and the love story of a Hungarian cantor, among others.

A description meant to entice booksellers, librarians, reviewers and readers might be this: A weirdly wonderful short story collection exploring the Holocaust from diverse perspectives in literary styles ranging from gothic and romantic to phantasmagoric.

Moreover, this book in manuscript form was chosen as one of three finalists in the 2012 Leapfrog Fiction Contest. It was selected from out of 424 manuscripts.

My most recent work is This Mobius Strip of Ifs, a collection of essays, and the winner of the 2012 National Indie Excellence Book Award for autobiography/memoirs, nonfiction as well as one of five finalists for the same category, Global Ebooks Awards.

Author of The i Tetralogy (Wheatmark, 2006), a Holocaust novel, winner of the Allbooks Review Editor’s Choice Award 2007, and Down to a Sunless Sea (Wheatmark, 2007), a collection of short fiction, Indie Excellence Finalist Book Awards, I am a retired psychotherapist and teacher.


Mathias B. Freese (

I can be reached for free review copy at

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Comment by Book Buzz 20 hours ago

Women's Action/Adventure For Review

Ivory Wild
By Lady Elizabeth Tullos
Publisher: L.E.T. Publishing
Published: July 2014
Genre: Action/Adventure, Women's Action/Adventure
Formats Available For Review: Kindle

Charlotte Durach must survive the African wild and centuries-old, human violence to save her fiancé, protect endangered elephants and escape being sold into slavery or. . . worse.

A beautiful and brilliant, 2nd grade educator, Charlotte struggles to believe she is worthy of her fiancé, Zoologist, Quinn McRae, fifth born son of a mega-wealthy and highly respected West Texas ranching family. She is determined to overcome a paralyzing fear of large animals, the result of a cattle-roundup accident that took her grandfather's life. Charlotte embarks on an environmental mission to Lake Chad, Africa with Catholic Relief Services to experience the wildlife...from afar.

Quinn, traveling to Chad with Charlotte & the environmental group, leaves Lake Chad and Charlotte to study the endangered elephants near Zakouma National Park, where he is kidnapped by the ruthless ivory poacher Abukar Kabadi.

Horrified when she sees first-hand the atrocity of ivory poaching, the senseless slaughter of elephants for nothing more than greed, Charlotte wages a one-woman war against Abukar Kabadi for Quinn’s survival and to protect the elephants.

For review copies contact:

Elizabeth Roberts
Twitter: @LadyETullos

Comment by Book Buzz on Wednesday

Christian Biographical Fiction For Review

Andrew Murray: Destined to Serve
By Olea Nel
Publisher: Calirvaux House
Published: October 2014
ISBN: 978-0992567101
Pages: 316
Genre: Christian Biographical Fiction

Historically accurate, and based upon Andrew Murray's letters and early biographies

A boyish and fun-loving Andrew Murray arrives back in South Africa after being ordained at the Hague on his twentieth birthday. He soon discovers that his preaching lacks the power displayed by his heroes of the faith. He therefore decides to embark on a quest to become a powerful preacher filled with the Holy Spirit.

But not long after his appointment as pastor to the Dutch emigrants beyond the borders of the Cape, he finds that he is being shunted off course by a frenetic round of preaching tours that sap his energy and leave him little time to spend with God. He also finds himself having to cope with an overly demanding church council, as well as walk a tightrope between the Boer farmers and the British Settler community who are bent on land speculation to the detriment of neighbouring tribes.

Feeling overwhelmed by the task, and knowing that he was pressed into taking it, he starts to doubt his calling. It does not take him long to realize that he has to either man-up or bow out.

For review copies contact:

Olea Nel

Comment by Kate Evangelista on Wednesday

Here's the official request from the Swoon Reads Team! So get your comments and ratings in for Warning! and Disclaimer: before the deadline. The links are below.

Warning! You Might Fall In Love With Me:

Disclaimer: I Like Boys:

Your voice matters!

Comment by Dorine White on Monday

I am looking for reviewers for my new YA Fantasy- The Awakening. It comes out Dec. 2nd from Skyrocket Press. I need the reviews to go up on Amazon and Goodreads, plus a blog if you have one.

I will have pdf and kindle versions available in November. I am asking for reviews to go up the beginning of December when the book comes out. Please respond to this post or send me an email 

Here is the blurb- 

Nightmares really do come true, and for fifteen-year-old Kyler Birkwood, they are just beginning. Raised on a farm by his Aunt Martha, Kyler has no clue about the magical heritage swimming through his blood. When he discovers evidence of a mythical creature, a terrifying beast thought only to exist in fairy tales, his safe world shatters.

Left at a school of magic to hunt for clues, he is overwhelmed and disbelieved. As loved ones begin disappearing and Orcs roam the land, Kyler must undergo a journey that takes him from the High Courts of the King to the unknown forests of the East. His magic just awakening, Kyler is the lone hope for a world that will not listen.

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Comment by Ella Hansing on October 17, 2014 at 6:05pm

Bloggers/readers, get a FREE Epub from my website in exchange for reviews! Or get a copy now at any online retailer!

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Comment by Book Buzz on October 17, 2014 at 1:14pm

Self-Help Holistic Caregiving Guide Available For Review

The Enlightened Caregiver
A Holistic Care Guide for You and Your Loved One
By Tanna Marshall
Publisher: Balboa Press
Published: September 2014
ISBN: 978-1452522180
Pages: 164
Genre: Self-Help, Body/Mind/Spirit, Caregiving

The Enlightened Caregiver: A Holistic Care Guide for You and Your Loved One is a helpful, compassionate guide that provides holistic care for caregivers and their loved ones, including tips and resources to maintain health in body, mind, and spirit, all based on the author's personal experience as her mother's full-time caregiver. The emphasis is on the caregiver and their self-care, with guidance for providing full-time care for a loved one while maintaining a balanced life.

For help and support in the often confusing and overwhelming role of caregiving, there is now a helpful, compassionate holistic guide for you and your loved one.

30% of the profits will be donated to Beauty Bus - A foundation that delivers dignity, hope and respite to the chronically or terminally ill and their caregivers through beauty and grooming services and pampering products.

For review copies contact:

Tanna Marshall
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