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Be a Book Reviewer for Suzanne Anderson Books!




Book reviewers are some of the most important people for indie-authors. Because we don't have the same marketing budgets as traditional publishers, we have to rely on readers word of mouth and those all-important reviews on Amazon.com, Goodreads.com, Facebook, and Twitter.

If you are interested in being a reviewer please read the following and then send me an email at: henryandgeorgepress@gmail.com


Reviewer Guidelines:

  • You will receive a complimentary copy of the book, you may choose a paperback or ebook. Please let me know your preference and email or snail mail address when you contact me, so I will know where to send the book.

  • You agree to post your review on Amazon.com Goodreads.com, within one month of receipt of the book. Your review must disclose that you have received a free review copy of the book. Please email me a link to your review so that I can share it on Facebook and Twitter.

  • Your only obligation is to write an honest review of your thoughts on the book.

I believe that book reviewers are so important that I've added a page to my blog just for future book reviewers to find me. If you look at the bar right below my name at the top of this page, you'll see the new page for reviewers!

Thank you!

Suzanne

Comments

JennaQuentin said…
Sending an email. Sounds like a great story!
ibjenn said…
Jen Boehme
Looks like a great book!
This book sounds wonderful!!
I sent you an email.
Hope it works out for us.
Renald said…
Book sounds great. DebP
r.d1@myfairpoint.net
Judy said…
This book is a must read!

Blessings,
judyjohn2004(at)yahoo(dot)com
Mystica said…
Came over from Book Hounds. I do not think you will send books overseas but I enjoyed the visit to this site.
desitheblonde said…
hi will do review i usually do them with in couple of days and then i put them on good read blog site pin and then on goggle and then amazon and then smash and other site then i u tube them check my receive out on u tube as book deistheblonde and then i am on amzon as desi reilly goggle desiree reilly and then post it on your site fb twttere
desi the blonde at msn dot com
I had never heard of your books until today.

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