Book reviews help guide the reader to purchase, or not purchase your book. While it is becoming more and more difficult to get a self-published book reviewed, it can pay off in sales, if successful. A recent addition to the book review market is the idea of "Paid" reviews. In the past, a publisher would not dream of paying for a review but times are changing. While a paid review is not going to help sell books to Barnes & Noble, a good paid review might very well increase sales on your website.
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Pacific Book Review
'About Pacific Book Review
Founded in 2007, Pacific Book Review has grown to be a recognizable name in the business for publishers, authors, literary agents and the media. We specialize in authoritative, objective book reviews, written by specialists selected for their knowledge and expertise in each genre. Our reviews have received accolades from all aspects of the publishing industry, e-Commerce recognition, scholastic recognition, news media and personal praise from most every author.
We review books for well known authors as well as emerging authors; enabling many first time authors to reach the publishers with a recognizable review. We help you get the exposure you need to market your book effectively. We review published books, manuscripts, eBooks, ARC\'s, audio CD\'s, and DVD\'s. Pacific Book Review provides additional services for authors including Internet review postings, video book trailers, professionally written press releases including distribution to the media, and author interviews along with other book promotion services to help gain exposure for your book. The only wish we have is for your success as an author.'
Phone: (805) 440-1787
Address: 642 Riviera Circle, Nipomo, Ca. 93444
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The Midwest Book Review
'The Midwest Book Review is an organization of volunteers committed to promoting literacy, library usage, and small press publishing. We accept no financial donations from authors or publishers in exchange for our services, in order to avoid any conflict of interest issues. All of our services and resources are provided free of charge to writers, publishers, and the general public. We do permit the donation of postage stamps to the Midwest Book Review, as a gesture of support and appreciation for what we seek to accomplish on behalf of the small press community.'
Phone: (608) 835-7937
Address: 278 Orchard Drive Oregon, WI 53575-1129
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