Tools Tuesday #1 – The mother lode of reviewers

First off, I’d like to thank you all for making my Q&A with Kim Linwood the most viewed post since the dawn of, well, this little blog. It’s my turn to offer something back, hoping you’ll find it useful.

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I’ve found that creating post categories assigned to a particular day of the week helps me stay organized and blog more often. Having collected a number of useful tools or resources for authors, I’ll share them with you through “Tools Tuesday”. There’s also “Blurb Thursday” (blurb critique) and “GIF Friday” (flash fiction where you get to participate).

To inaugurate this category, I, in turn, will share with you a valuable resource that a fellow author shared with the members of the Marketing for Romance Writers group I have joined.

The Book Reviewer Yellow Pages

It’s an unending list of bloggers and reviewers (of all genres) listed alphabetically, which also specifies which genres the particular reviewer accepts.

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This awesome list is presented by the Book Reviewer Yellow Pages who also offer it in PDF form through Amazon (paid).

In spite of the abundance of bloggers presented here, the list isn’t exhaustive. For example, it doesn’t include the Tome Tender book blog from where I got one of the richest, most tweet-worthy reviews of Fate Accompli after a simple request through email.

So, add this to where you keep a list of reviewers, and happy pitching!

You might also find of interest

The Dos and Don’ts of a review seeker     |     When beta readers come with an agenda

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