How to Get Free Book Reviews with No Blog, No List, and No Begging – Written By Dave Chesson…

On ‘Kindlepreneur’ Dave Chesson informs us on how to get necessary reviews, even if we don’t have a huge reader’s list yet. Thank you, Dave!


 

You probably don’t have to be convinced of the importance of getting free book reviews as well as kindle reviews.

However, how does a new author get those crucial Kindle book reviews or editorial reviews that will help to drive up sales?

Most resources rely on tactics that require already existing fan base, elaborate platforms, and major connections.

That’s all fine and dandy…if you have those resources at your disposal or are willing to trade in your friendship for a favor.

But what about the rest of us?

The ones who don’t have raving fans ready to drop reviews on request. Or those of us without a giant email list, social media following, and oodles of friends that we ‘want’ to send our books to?

Despair not my friends, because in this guide on how to get book reviews, I’ll show you how you can legally, and legitimately get those reviews, even if you’re a brand new author.

Continue reading HERE

6 thoughts on “How to Get Free Book Reviews with No Blog, No List, and No Begging – Written By Dave Chesson…

    1. I agree. I’m working on that right now. Just one advice from me. (I know, you’re an author much longer than I am… but I’ll dare to advice you anyway)… be careful who you submit to. Even though they all say they’re going to write an honest review. Some of them don’t publish reviews below 3 stars. Others do.

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  1. I don’t have kindle, ebook and can’t imagine reading a book pdf on my computer screen for endless hours. If they can send paperback hard copy I do it but I suppose that can get expensive for the author. Sometimes their publisher will send a copy in author’s behalf and seems some self publishing firms will do that too.

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    1. Yes, sending paperbacks around can indeed become a bit expensive. Many authors can barely afford their editors or cover designers. And everybody thinks all authors need promotion, which means, book clubs, magazines, reviewers, schools and libraries, everyone demands free paperbacks… that can make us our best customers…

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