29 de dezembro de 2020
It’s run by Bethany House Publishers, which publishes Christian fiction and non-fiction books. But, occasionally, there’s a free book offered on there, in exchange for a review. There are also non-fiction books posted on there as well. If you’re an avid reader, then you’ve probably visited, or at least heard about Goodreads.
This means that you don’t get to keep the book once you’ve read it and you Speccy have the hassle of shipping it to the next person. And, it is the blogger who is responsible for sending the book to the next person. But, with this website, one book is sent from blogger to blogger. Again, reviews need to be 3 stars or more in order to appear on the tour. Rachel’s Random Resources is another website that offers blog tours to authors.
Choose a book you want to review, and the company will send it you for free, by USPS Media Mail. Then all you need to do is write and submit your review. Many of its books are focused on spirituality and religion, with a particular emphasis on Christianity. But, it does also publish books in other categories, like self-help, sociology and family and relationships.
These are often called blog tours or online book tours. Once you’ve completed your first approved review, then you become eligible to complete paid reviews as well. The site gives you the book for free, and then you need to write a review.
To get your review included in the tour, you must give the book a rating of at least three stars. North Star Book Tours offers blog tours to authors, mainly in the Young Adult Fiction genre. You can view tours that have openings available and ones that require reviews on the homepage. Like many book tour companies, iRead Book Tours sometimes requires a book spotlight, interview or guest post, rather than a review. Send a link once you’ve published the review on your blog. It’s looking for honest, but tactful reviews from its tour hosts. Bewitching Book Tours is another company that offers virtual book tours to authors.
If you want your review to be included in the tour, then you must give the book that you review at least a 3-star rating – otherwise, you’ll be sent a promo post to publish instead. The review must be published on a specific date – since it will be part of a book tour. Happy Lil Book is a book-focused blog, which also offers a blog tour service and author promotions. The website also prefers that you also post your reviews to as many other websites as possible. And, as with all book tours, you need to post the review on the date scheduled. In order to appear on the book tour, your review must give the book at least three stars. Aside from working with tour hosts, who need to have a blog, there are occasionally review opportunities available that aren’t part of a tour.
Have an eBook reader or be able to download eBooks on your computer, tablet or smartphone. All you need to do is post a review about it at a date scheduled in advance for the author to stop by your blog.
As one of TLC Book Tours’ hosts, you get a free book from one of its touring authors. As a tour host, you can provide the author with reviews. There are tons of companies online that offer blog tours to authors. And, these companies require bloggers to host some of the stops on these tours. While traditional publishers will market an author’s work, with one of the main ways being a book tour, self-published authors don’t get this type of assistance with marketing their work. The author’s work gets exposed to a wide audience that might want to read their book.