I am a writer and independent publisher. I encouraged writers of all ages to publish works written for children and am looking for reviewers to review some books.
I notice that some reviewers mention that they review all genres, some mention young adult, and yet others mention the various genres that they prefer. I wonder if there are any on this list that review children’s categories too. If so, I would like to submit these books for review.
these tips are awesome! I started my own book review blog but its fairly new and there’s really no money in it! i’ll have to check out some of these options!
if you or anyone is willing to check out my reviews and give feedback i could really use the advice
Book magazine review in weekend supplement of newspaper
Thanks for bringing this to our attention. It appears this is a change to her policy. The first part (referring indies to the Awesome Indies site to submit for review) might be okay as it appears she does post reviews of indie books on her site as well as the Awesome Indies site when a book is reviewed. In essence, to get her to review on her site, that’s the process.
Below are links to all of the book reviews on the Walking Together Ministries site. They are arranged in alphabetical order by author’s last name. The list is updated as new reviews are added.Memoirs from female comedians seem to be coming fast and furious these days. Books by , , , etc. are all examples of this extremely popular trend in books right now. Personally, I hate trends, I’m the person with a giant scowl on my face as people tell me all about this ‘new exciting thing’ that the entire world has seemed to jump on board with. But of course I make exceptions, what kind of a book reviewer would I be if I didn’t?We know that it is hard enough to write, edit and then publish your book or ebook, let alone get a professional book review. We offer indie published authors or published authors an honest and tactful book review within 4-6 weeks. **You can now list your ebook and have it reviewed on TBR**Readers sometimes confuse book reviews with book reports, but the two are not identical. Book reports commonly describe what happens in a work; their focus is primarily on giving an account of the major plot, characters, and/or main idea of the work. Most often, book reports are a K-12 assignment and range from 250 to 500 words. If you are looking to write a book report, please see the OWL resource, Writing a Book Report.