Does anyone read The Kindle Book Review? They review books, but do readers go there or just authors?! They also offer authors a chance to “sponsor” (essentially advertise)on their site which you pay for; it is reasonable, but I don’t look for books there and wonder if anyone else does? Any suggestions for how I can find out?
Thank you, Cinda
Welcome to the The Kindle Book Review’s official 2014 Kindle Book Awards page. This is our 3rd annual literary contest and it’s bigger and better than ever. Â So without further ado, here are our winners.
Congratulations to all the 2016 KindleBookReview winners!
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