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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Reviewer looking for books! 3 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 Zabe Truesdell Nov 8.

Seeking Reviewers for Fury From Hell, a Paranormal Thriller

Title: Fury From Hell, a Kindle ebookPublished: 9/7/2014Genre: Paranormal Cop ThrillerPages: 287Amazon Link:…Continue

Started by Rochelle Campbell Oct 27.

Free ebooks in exchange for an honest review - Great books available!

 Free eBooks in Exchange for an Honest ReviewThere are hundreds and…Continue

Started by Inspired Kathy Oct 24.

Need 8 Reviewers ASAP

Hi I'm looking for 8 Reviewers (…Continue

Tags: fiction

Started by Tabatha Pope Oct 24.

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Comment by Alexandr Iscenco on Saturday

Hello, Amazing People!

Is there anyone interested in reviewing an exciting sci-fi adventure novel?

If yes, you are welcome to enjoy it HERE.

I am looking forward to your feedback!

With great respect and gratitude,


Comment by Zabe Truesdell on Friday

Hey Folks! I still need a few more reviews for my book, Waking Up Dead, which is an Alternative Mythology book about a guy who realizes the afterlife is nothing like he expected. If you're interested in putting some reviews up (Amazon and Goodreads are especially beneficial) I'll provide a free copy to read. Just click on the Smashwords link from this site and enter in the promo code "MQ68G" (no quotations, not case sensitive). That will drop the price down to free. I'll leave the code active through Sunday. Thanks!

Comment by Dee Thomas on Friday

Have you read a good book lately? Check out one of these 22 book titles available FREE for reviewers

Comment by Book Buzz on Wednesday

Collection of Christmas Short Stories For Review

Hark: A Christmas Collection
By Justin Bog
Publisher: Booktrope
Published: November 2014
ISBN: 978-1620155936
Pages: 134
Genre: Fiction, Holiday, Romance

A beautifully written collection of short stories from critically acclaimed Pacific Northwest writer Justin Bog, Hark explores the range of emotions surrounding the holidays. From melancholy to madness, loss and despair to hope and forgiveness, these six tales shimmer with feelings, some we'd rather stuff away, that Christmas can evoke.

Within Hark--A Christmas Collection, a retired police officer faces another Christmas Eve while bitter recollections haunt his every turn, a lonely woman plans to seduce Santa Claus one Christmas Eve, a widow grows anxious as she searches for a present she misplaced and intended to send to her ungrateful sister, a woman can't keep the images of her past--these ghosts--from haunting the life she chooses to live, a bookstore clerk and his partner join a Christmas party in Sun Valley, Idaho and are taught a lesson most un-holidaylike, and, finally, a couple portrays Mr. & Mrs. Claus in their small island town holiday festivities and face a grim diagnosis together.  

Set in colorful locations around the United States, from Anacortes, Washington, to Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Sun Valley, Idaho, each tale focuses on people who struggle to make good choices, learn lessons, and maybe even find peace during the holiday season.

A bonus story, Poseidon Eyes, from the upcoming Sandcastle and Other Stories--The Complete Edition, is included.

For review copies contact:

Justin Bog

Comment by Book Buzz on Wednesday

Children's Book Available For Review

Girls Gone Great
By Carolyn B. Berg & J Drew Brumbaugh
ISBN: 978-1493668939
Pages: 72
Genre: Children's Book

Girls Gone Great is a collection of magical tales written for girls ages two to ten.  These fable-like stories were inspired by real girls, girls taking a magical journey of self-discovery where doing the right thing turns into something great.  When you believe in yourself and have confidence to face obstacles, then any girl has the ability to “go great” and surprise herself just like the heroines in these stories.

For review copies contact:
J Drew Brumbaugh

Comment by Dee Thomas on November 14, 2014 at 12:53pm

Check out this week's list of books available FREE in exchange for an honest for review -- 19 book titles available

Comment by Book Buzz on November 12, 2014 at 9:06am

Native American Literary Fiction

Spider Woman's Loom
By Lorie Adair
Publisher: Foreverland Press
Published: October 2014
Genre: Native American Literary Fiction
Formats Available For Review: pdf; ebook; kindle

Spider Woman’s Loom is an exquisitely woven tale by debut novelist Lorie Adair. Set on the vast and starkly beautiful Navajo reservation in the aftermath of Indian agents exploiting the land and sending children to faraway boarding schools for assimilation, Spider Woman’s Loom is narrated by Noni Lee, an old Navajo weaver whose instinct for survival and fierce resistance drives away even those she loves most.

When her estranged niece Shi’yazhi returns to Sweet Canyon pregnant and utterly alone, Noni Lee is forced to face memories of her own innocence and beauty as well as the haunting traumas that stripped them away. Weaving a traditional rug, Noni Lee reconstructs a history and sense of family for herself and Shi’yazhi—the legacy of Spider Woman, whose gifts of creation and resiliency are a rite passed mother to child, woman to woman, as it was in the beginning, the surest path to hozho, the Beauty within each woman and the transcendence of circumstances most dire.

"In Spider Woman’s Loom, Lorie Adair weaves a tale both lyrical and deeply relatable, a story of family, spirituality, and womanhood. Such beautiful language and images to savor, and yet the story is so compelling you can’t wait to turn the page." —Tara Ison, author of Rockaway, A Novel

For review copies contact:

Lorie Adair
Publisher's Website:
Twitter: @AdairLorie

Comment by Dawn Dyson on November 11, 2014 at 3:41pm

When novelist Sienna Emory receives a desperate call from an old college friend, she feels compelled to try and help her. The Cheney she remembers was a free-spirited song writer with an amazing ability to translate all of life's pain and joy into her work, but drugs and alcohol have made her a shell of her former self.

When Sienna arrives at Cheney's house, she finds Cheney passed out in the driveway; what she doesn't expect to find is Jonathan Driscoll, a handsome single father living nearby, who has obviously been there before.    

Never able to have children of her own, Sienna is delighted to get to know Jonathan and his daughter Bella. However, Bella is not a typical five-year-old girl. She tells stories that she couldn't possibly know, and when she prays, she seems to communicate on a direct line to God.

As Sienna and Jonathan's love grows, while dealing with their friend Cheney's issues, Sienna discovers more about God's plans for them. Will their faith be strong enough to protect them against evil? 

In her second novel, author Dawn Dyson seamlessly weaves together a touching love story with weighty spiritual topics such as overcoming abuse, trusting God, and stepping into your spiritual gifts.

As Sienna and Jonathan search for answers regarding Bella's gifts, they must draw on a strength of character and trust in God they aren't sure they possess. Their search leads them to Jonathan's hometown in Ireland and a family secret.

Bella Maura is the first novel in the exhilarating series Beautiful Justice that will open your mind to the spiritual opportunities and challenges that face us all. 

Reviewers Welcome for the entire Beautiful Justice Trilogy. Please use contact page at


Comment by Book Buzz on November 10, 2014 at 9:55am

Historical Fiction/Mystery For Review

Sinful Folk
A Novel of the Middle Ages
By Ned Hayes
Publisher: Campanile Books
Published: January 2014
ISBN: 978-0985239305
Genre: Historical Fiction
Formats Available For Review: Print (limited quantities, only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers within the U.S.), e-book, epub, mobi, kindle

A tragic loss. A desperate journey. A mother seeks the truth.

In December of 1377, four children were burned to death in a suspicious house fire. Villagers traveled hundreds of miles across England to demand justice.

Sinful Folk is the story of this terrible mid-winter journey as seen by Mear, a former nun who has lived for a decade disguised as a mute man, raising her son quietly in this isolated village. For years, she has concealed herself and all her history. But on this journey, she will find the strength to claim the promise of her past and create a new legacy. Mear begins her journey in terror and heartache, and ends in triumph and redemption.

The remarkable new novel by Ned Hayes, illustrated by New York Times bestselling author/illustrator Nikki McClure, Sinful Folk illuminates the medieval era with profound insight and compassion.

For review copies contact:

Ned Hayes

Comment by Book Buzz on November 9, 2014 at 9:20am

Book For Teachers of Drama/Theatre For Review

The Drama Teacher's Survival Guide #2
Activities, exercises, and techniques for the theatre classroom
By Margaret F. Johnson
Publisher: Meriwether Pub
ISBN: 978-1566081825
Genre: Education, Drama, Teaching, Theatre
Formats Available For Review: Print (Limited Quantities available to qualified reviewers/bloggers only in the U.S.), pdf

Drama teachers everywhere enjoyed Ms. Johnson's first toolkit for the theatre arts so much that she wrote another one! While the first book focuses on everything about a complete stage production, this one covers every aspect of classroom theatre arts. Students will learn group activities, improvisation, technical theatre, choral reading, mime, stage fighting and more. The book includes a step-by-step 10-day assignment using monologues for character development and a unit that teaches students how to write their own show. Examples are provided with illustrations, photos, and proven ideas. Reproducible forms, tests, and handouts are also provided together with a list of additional resources. Both beginners and seasoned drama directors will find this book to be an invaluable aid. As with the original book, it will banish your stress and guarantee your success.

For review copies contact:

Margaret F. Johnson


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