***See Sharp Press, the publisher of my new book, Corrupted Science (Revised & Expanded), has just signed up with NetGalley, and Corrupted Science is one of the five books they’ve so far placed with the service. So, if you’d like to get stuck into Corrupted Science even before publication date (next Friday), here’s your chance!
Bloggers who review books and those readers who post book reviews on Amazon, Goodreads, B&N, etc., should be aware of NetGalley. It’s a service that provides free e-books to those who actually review at least some of the free e-books they download. This differs greatly from the unrestricted book-giveaway sites. While anyone can create a NetGalley reader account, prior to okaying a book download publishers can check to see how many of the books a particular reviewer downloaded he or she reviewed. So, publishers are free to turn down “reviewers” who have downloaded say 20 or 30 books and haven’t reviewed any or almost any of them.
But if you like to read e-books and actually review at least some of them, it’s great. It couldn’t be easier to sign up for this free service at NetGalley’s web site.
We just signed up with them as a publisher…
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