This is a wonderful post all authors should read!
It’s never been a better time to be a self-published author, and there have never been more book reviewers available to the writer who decides to go indie.
Book reviewers help spread the message about your book by publishing a review to their own network. But if you’re new to publishing, you have to figure out how to get those book reviews that can bring you more readers.
First, Get Your Kit Together
Before you go hunting for reviewers, make sure you’ve got the essentials you’ll need. At the minimum you should have:
Either a PDF or an ePub of your book, or both. Include the covers, and also have the cover available as both a high-resolution (300 dpi) and low-resolution (72 dpi) graphics, preferably in JPG format
For print books, plenty of copies and mailing supplies. If you’re publishing via print on…
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