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How to Get Your Book Reviewed


Motivated Publishing Studios

7 Ways to Get Your Book Reviewed

 
Book reviews are a powerful way to get your book noticed by potential customers and persuade them to buy. The words “book review” often conjure up images of reviews in major media like Publishers Weeklyor The New York Times, but there are actually a variety of ways to get book reviews throughout the life cycle of a book. Here are some examples:

1. Endorsements

Endorsements are recommendations solicited from subject experts, authors, celebrities and other well-known people prior to publication, and they are often used on the book cover and interior and in promotional materials.

2. Critical Reviews

Traditional critical reviews appear in media such as book review journals, newspapers, literary magazines and other publications. These reviews may include a brief overview of the book and discuss what the reviewer liked (or didn’t like) about the book.

3. Customer Reviews…

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