Simply leave a comment below this post and give us your blog URL. Then, make sure your blog has a way for people to contact you such as a Twitter connection, an active profile, or information that directs people to the contact page of your Web site. (I don't advise you to leave your home phone number or an exposed email address on the Internet.)
Are you an author looking for someone to review your book? Here is a partial list of people or companies that provide book reviews. I will add others as new reviewers volunteer. These are provided at no cost unless otherwise indicated.
- W. Kelly http://pewreviews.wordpress.com/
- Dreams & Dragons or on Twitter as @StingRay02
- Amanda Evans or on Twitter as @amandajevans
- Michael Plested reviews science fiction and fantasy genres. Find him on Twitter @mplested
- Mike McCallister can review nonfiction (tech, history, sports, politics) and some fiction (social SF, alternate history, magical realism. Find him on Twitter @workingwriter
- David R. D'Angelo write reviews and posts them on Amazon. He's on Twitter @daviddangelo or may be contacted on his blog http://recruit2ndlife.blogspot.com/
- Lynda Witty, found on Twitter as @lwitty, will read anything even children's books!
- Janette Fuller on Kiddie Lit Blog writes all kinds of books for children and posts on eBay and Amazon. Find her on Twitter @janettefuller
- Malcolm a.k.a. Sun Singer recommends POD Book Reviews and More for POD and mainstream books reviews.
- Maija Haavisto reviews novels, medical books (both textbooks and mainstream stuff) and vegetarian cookbooks for the online magazine Suite101 (and possibly other Web sites). Books related to disability also a great match.
- Susie http://www.howtogrowyourgeek.net/ or on Twitter as @SusietheGeek.
- Autumn Heartsong non-fiction: business - customer service, marketing, e-communications, employee development, and spiritual/personal development. Find her at http://heartsongshymnal.blogspot.com/
- Mindy P. Lawrence will review books she feels are worthy of five-stars. http://www.freewebs.com/mplcreative
- Dan Poynter's list of review services ($4.00 to download the list)
- Midwest Book Reviews
- Amazon Book Reviews (206) 266-2952
- USA Today http://www.usatoday.com/
- Book Passage http://www.bookpassage.com/
- The Bloomsbury Review http://www.bloomsburyreview.com/
- Writers Write, Inc. http://www.writerswrite.com/
- Reader Views
- Marta does book reviews, hosts blog tours and giveaways on her blog at http://martasmeandering.blogspot.com/. Contact her at
tbbycatt @ gmail dot com.
- BronzeWord is open to book reviews, hosting blog tours, and book giveaways. Contact Jo Ann Hernandez BronzeWord1 @ yahoo dot com
- Christa hosts book reviews and blog tours on Fictionary http://www.cballan.wordpress.com/
- Tina Evans will review all genres but prefers paranormal romance, horror or mystery/suspense. Non-Fiction: family; history (ancient), spiritual (non religious) - astrology, alternative remedies etc. Contact: tmevans80 at gmail dot com
- Alana Tutwiler reviews fiction-multicultural, mystery, historical, Nonfiction-history, cultural, biographies. Contact: alanatutwiler at comcast dot net or visit Web site: http://home.comcast.net/~alanatutwiler/site/.
- The Writer Gazette book reviewer listing http://wgbookreviewers.blogspot.com/
Here is a good format to follow in setting up and writing your book review:
Give your book review a title
Book Title: In bold Italic font
Publisher and pub year
Reviewer Byline (your name or short bio)
Your credibility is enhanced when your reviews are a blend of balanced opinion and concrete example. Please offer your reader an idea of what the author intends to share and a recommendation of whether or not to read the book.