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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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 on Tuesday.

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.

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

Tags: reviews, reviewer

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

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Comment by Harry 6 hours ago

Peter Mehit serial entrepreneur and book author on talk show.

Comment by Suzie Welker 15 hours ago

I am looking for reviews for the following books:


Seams in Reality by Alex Siegel

Young Adult, Fantasy, Science Fiction


High Andes by Rolf Margenau

Action, Thriller


Preta's Realm: The Haunting (The Hidden Trilogy #1) by J. Thorn

Horror, Dark Fantasy


Apocalypse Cult (Gray Spear Society #1) by Alex Siegel (Currently Free on all platforms Amazon, B&N, iTunes)

Occult, Horror, Supernatural


Reversion: The Inveitable Horror (The Portal Arcane #1) by J. Thorn (Currently Free on all platforms, Amazon, Koko, B&N, iBooks)

Horror, Dark Fantasy


I would like reviews posted to Amazon, Goodreads and your blog (if you have one).   If interested please email me at

Comment by Book Buzz 16 hours ago

Historical Fiction For Review

UnLucky Double: Part One
By Darryl R. Breland
Publisher: Breland Publishing
Published: August 2014
ISBN: 978-1500990503
Pages: 232
Genre: Historical Fiction

Everyone has a double. Al Capone discovers that Johnny Cado, a local bootlegger in prohibition era New Orleans looks just like the infamous Lucky Luciano. The New York mobster drafts Cado to provide Lucky with an alibi while committing crimes and a stand-in when he becomes the target of an assassination attempt. Johnny Cado is the UnLucky Double until he takes advantage of an opportunity to flee with his wife and the mob’s money while on assignment in Italy. Life is temporary much better while living in France under assumed names, but things change for the worse when the German Nazis invade and occupy France. The Nazis arrest Cado and his wife for assisting the French Underground smuggle stranded British airmen out of occupied France. Spared the death penalty, the Cado’s are forced to participate in gruesome medical research programs in Dachau, Germany.  Although Johnny Cado and his wife, Angila, are fictional characters, their story is intertwined with real historical characters and events. If you enjoy historical fiction, organized crime stories, World War II stories, drama and romance, I believe that you will enjoy this book.

For review copies contact:

Darryl R. Breland

Comment by Book Buzz yesterday

YA Paranormal For Review

Culture Shock
By Jeanette Pekala
Publisher: TNT Publishing
ISBN: 978-0989158411
Genre: YA Paranormal
Formats Available For Review: pdf, epub, ebook, mobi, kindle

CULTURE SHOCK is a witty tale of mystery and romance with a large helping of southern hospitality.

Macy Holmes is a seventeen-year-old socially-isolated introvert since her best friend's death a year ago. When her family decides to move from Manhattan to the quaint country town of Bougainvillea, Florida, Macy finds she's in a completely different world. Macy is no longer the outsider hiding behind designer clothes when she is sought out by three strange students, one of whom she is particularly interested in. The more time she spends with Chad the more things don't add up. When his true identity is finally revealed, Macy is pulled into a supernatural society with its saturation of inhabitants residing in Bougainvillea.

You would think she has enough on her plate, but no, then her dreams become infiltrated by an external magical force, Macy and her band of supernatural misfits must find the culprit behind the magic-induced nightmares. They must dodge zombie assassins, shifty shape-shifters and high school bullies in order to stop this perpetrator before Macy, her friends or her parents pay the ultimate price. Especially when Macy has the sneaking suspicion that these dreams are reality...

For review copies contact:

Jeanette Pekala

Comment by Erika M szabo on Saturday

I need reviews on my paranormal fantasy

Present and past blends into a paranormal fantasy tale with intriguing clan secrets, magical heritage, love triangle and Ilona’s exciting and dangerous life in a secret society.

Ilona is a young doctor settled into a world of logic and reason. She inherits a world of traditions, well-kept secrets and magical powers, and is left to piece together her clan’s past, using nursery rhymes taught to her by her mother. Learning some of the secrets not only confuses her, but places her in mortal danger.  When a sinister man appears, Ilona connects his presence to a series of mysterious deaths. He can influence others to kill her, but why can’t he touch her? There are clues around every corner, and the elusive answers draw her further into the hidden world of her people.  As if the mysteries aren't enough, her life becomes more complicated when she meets a dashing stranger. Although he saves her life by putting his own life in danger, she senses evil in him. The first book of The Ancestor’s Secrets series raises questions such as: what if there is a secret society exists hidden among us with its strict rules and fiercely enforced laws, and certain members come to possess magical powers? What if finding love, despite the obstacles thrown our way, is possible? What if we could have the power to visit the ancestors in the past and create our own future?

Comment by Harry on October 25, 2014 at 12:55am

New Book author talks about her Romantic Fictional book on My Show.  About author

Talk Show available for listening under Authors

Comment by Harry on October 25, 2014 at 12:50am

New Book author talks about her Romantic Fictional book on My Show.  About author

Talk Show available for listening under Authors

Comment by Yzavela Narvaez on October 24, 2014 at 11:35pm

Grab yourselves digital copies:

Secrets of Ravenstone:

On the Evil Scale:

Here are our new covers :) 

Comment by Harry on October 24, 2014 at 11:29pm

Good Afternoon everyone I am inviting Book Authors and Publishers to get reviews copies published on CarryonHarry Talk show website. Please send email to

This will help you to get exposure to my audience at

Anybody interested to get featured on talk show for new book please email at  

Comment by mathias B. Freese on October 24, 2014 at 1:04pm

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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