I'm a little off kilter here...I'm a blogging queen, well that's what I've been called.  But I've never blogged about books! Fan fics and I'm there blogging daily, but I don't know where to start with the books. 

 

  • Where do you all get your books?
  • How do you get in with the publishing companies?

I have so many questions but I have no clue who to really ask.  So how did you get started??? Where you ask lost as I am lol

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Comment by Alis Bookshelf on September 10, 2011 at 9:41am
Thanks so much for the advice :) I love how everyone here is so willing to help everyone out!

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Comment by Lady Krishna on September 10, 2011 at 8:07am
What I did was email the publishing houses and ask them nicely if I could review one of their books. You have to give them a sample of your reviews. Also they consider the views your blog is getting so you also have to work on that. I review books as much as I could and post it on my blog.You can also go to NetGalley.

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