Every author knows the best way to get your book in front of the world to see is to have it reviewed. While you run the risk of receiving a bad one, submitting for reviews is one of the most important choices to make when promoting your novel.
Of course, the best way to find reviews is with the internet. Thanks to the old “worldwide web” finding them can be just as easy as a couple of words typed in the search engine bar and a couple of clicks. Along with the internet, though are there any other ways to find a profession reviewer?
Along with all the other information and benefits of joining an association of writers or attending a conference, you will find that finding review site suggestions is as easy as just simply asking around. Not only will you possibly receive one name, but there is a good chance you might score more than one. And, what is better than one name? Several names.
Just as with asking friends and other authors at a writers association meeting or conference, asking other authors around a book fair or festival is another great way to see if anyone knows of one they would recommend. Word of mouth goes a long way in the book world with agents, editors, publishers, and with authors.
Joining blog hops is not only a beneficial way to meet new writers and explore new blogs, but it’s also a great way to find reviewers. Often reviewers join blog hops as a way to promote their review site.
Facebook and Twitter are a plethora of different review sites. Finding one can be tricky, but if you scour through author only Facebook group pages, you might find a bunch. You can also ask around the groups if they have any recommendations.