As much as we like to think writing is all about writing, and our words will do the work on their own, writing a book is as much about publishing, promoting and marketing, as it is about getting the words on the page. Very few books will actually sell themselves, so we need to get the word out about our books, which means taking on the task of finding qualified reviewers willing to read our books and give them that much needed stamp of approval.
I’ve been reviewing books for years now, and one of the things I’ve learned is that writers sometimes have a difficult time when it comes to marketing their work and getting positive reviews for their books. There are numerous reasons for this, so I’ve taken the liberty of sharing my perspective as a reviewer and an author in my new book release of M. J. Joachim’s Book Review Guide: How to Get Better Reviews on Your Book. The book went live last night, and in it you will find a plethora of information to help you get positive reviews on your book.
This is the type of resource every writer needs, and one I hope you will find exceptionally useful in your writing and publishing endeavors. Not only have I covered the basics, but I’ve also shared some valuable references, so you can find the perfect reviewer for your book, as well as some insights on how to get a reviewer to notice your book out of all the requests she receives. It is with you in mind that I wrote this book, so I truly hope it makes a difference in your experience and success as a writer. For about the price of a cup of coffee, you can get a copy of M. J. Joachim's Book Review Guide. I hope you pick up a copy today.
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