The Book Reviewer Yellow Pages

Pub Date:   |   Archive Date: 20 Mar 2018

Member Reviews

Being a book reviewer myself, I was excited to see some of my favorite tour host companies included and many of my favorite bloggers. This sort of book has one major drawback that things change in the blogging world quickly and the need to keep a directory updated is so important.
I was ready to give this book a slightly lower rating but then I continued to read the additional information and articles. There is some valuable information in here.
It was a good use of my time and made finding resources very convenient.
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Almost all authors are indie authors. Whether you're an author who has been published by one of the Big Five publishers or whether you've self-published, you're going to do 90%+ of your book's marketing. 
Only A-list celebrities can avoid doing the heavy lifting.

That's why 99% of authors need #TheBookReviewerYellowPages. 
For $5 (on Amazon), you get an invaluable resource of where to find book bloggers who review books.
It also gives you tips on how to reach them. 
It also lists various companies that offer online book tours.

If you're an author, don't debate this purchase. 
It's a no-brainer.
Even if you get ONE lead who publishes ONE review, the book will pay for itself.

Lastly, if you're thinking about writing a bestseller, read this first. 
You'll realize that writing the book is the easy part. 
Marketing it is tough.
This book makes it a little bit easier.
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An absolutely wonderful guide not just for authors be also for reviewers and bloggers who want to learn more about taking what they do to the next level.  I'm sure I will be referring back to this as a reference guide for the foreseeable future.
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It's a useful book, but only appears to have US bloggers, I would be interested to know how to be involved as none of my blogger colleagues are included in this
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