Book Blogger Programs : A Complete List

Searched around for book blogger programs and came with bits and pieces ? Oh, I know. I searched around too and gods , these programs are real hard to find ( Except those one or two that everyone’s already signed up for ) . So here I’ve put together a list of all book blogger/reviewer programs I happened upon .

If you are not eligible for a few programs , don’t loose heart . There are a ton others ! 

Bethany house

Bethany house is quite popular . Unfortunately for us international people , they don’t offer print copies outside of the US .

Tyndale Blog Network

Tyndale is one of easiest programs to sign up for . You could get it done within minutes ! Each month , they send out newsletters containing a list of available books and you can later request the books you want  ( Christian ) .


They are also HUGE . Formerly known as TN book blog program and Booksneeze , it’s latest name is BookLookBloggers . I , however , don’t recommend this . You can read why from Edward’s article on the guardian .


Ah..no list is ever complete without them on it .  They make books available for anyone to request and you might or not get approved for that specific book . You can read what I feel about netgalley before joining

Book Sprout

They offer e-arcs to reviewers . They definitely don’t have a great inventory if all they have is what I can see right now . But I guess,they’re okay .

Penguin YA Reviewer Program

Penguin has a reviewer program for bloggers and booktubers . This program is centered for fans for young adult , middle grade and children’s books . It might be a little harder to get anything from this program due to the high demand penguin books usually have . It is not useless to try , though .


Another program that can not be ignored , like Netgalley .  I don’t really know much about this one except that it is popular and that you could get e-galleys of popular books here . I haven’t tried it , but may be you should take your chances here !

Book Crash

They offer a quick sign up , too . They send out emails with notifications of new arrivals and you can request what you want . USA and Canada can receive print books and e-books , but internationals can receive only e-books. Seems to me that they are christian .

Story Cartel

There are quite a lot of bloggers in this program but that isn’t any surprise . You can sign up and receive notifications on free books . They offer a wide range of books , and story cartel is home to a lot of amazing books . You only get e-books , but you can enter their termly giveaways to win print copies .


From what I hear , it’s christian , which is probably why I’m hesitant to add it here . But they also tell me the sign up is easy . I checked out the sign up form and while it’s an easy method , the standards are quite high for newbies ( Like , started a blog a month/week ago ? Not for you ) .

Christian Fiction Blog Alliance

Yet another christian program out there . Don’t waste your time on these if you’re not into christian fiction .

Abingdon Fiction Press

Relatively new , or so I hear . They offer inspirational books for free to bloggers . There are no due dates but you’ll have to submit a link to your review before you sign up for another book . Print books limited to US and Canada .

Moody Press

They offer free copies of books to review , just like the others . Only Canada and USA .

Book Blog Tour Companies to join

Cross Focused Reviews

Once you sign up for their program , you will start receiving notifications of books available for reviewing .

First wild card tours

First books- both fictional and non-fictional , for christian readers . They provide HTML for the blog post on tour and you only have to add the review , which is easy .

TLC tours

They offer a real quick sign up process . So , they basically just contact you about books you might be interested in and you’ll have to work out a date to post your reviews on.

Rockstar Book Tours

I personally love that they offer free book tour services to authors and publishers . But I don’t know much since I haven’t worked with them and won’t be , either .

Girls Heart Books

Yet another . Organised by former bloggers . I’ve heard they’re amazing to work with . Take your chances , though .

For more book tour companies , check here

I hope I haven’t missed many programs . If I did , please leave those you think are ‘amazing’ in the comments , to help other people . 



15 thoughts on “Book Blogger Programs : A Complete List

  1. I get approved for e-copies a lot more than for print -copies . The shipping is expensive , which is why we don’t get them . But I’m sick of e-copies . I can see myself wearing a huge spectacle for spending all those time reading from a tablet :/


  2. Nice post! 🙂 There are some programs I’m part of but not very known yet, I’ll need to see the list on my notes later.

    And os it ok if I’ll copy them on my (not-yet-posted) resources for bloggers and I’ll just tag you for the contribution on it? I’m also re-blogging this. 🙂

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    1. Oh , no . Just copy post , I don’t mind 🙂 . I know I left out too many tour companies and programs . It’ll be amazing to see a better list 🙂

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      1. Yeah . That’s sad lol . Reviewers from USA and Canada don’t really realize how lucky they are . And you are ?

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      2. Yes, I’m from Philippines. 🙂 I am literally searching every corners of google to find ones which gives print books even if you’re not from US and Canada but only found very very few. *sigh*

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      3. Oh my god , I knew it ! I thought you looked phillippin-ish lol . And I know the struggle . Every program is all about readers from the USA and Canada . I guess they forget we internationals exit .

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      4. Yeah, why only US and Canada have the privileged on those pretty programs… Well, we can always try to ask for a paperback copy on the publisher itself and just hope they’ll approve it. 🙂

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  3. This is such a wonderful post! I’ve managed to get 2 print copies of ARCs since I started book blogging, but most of mine come in electronic form. I’ve been trying really hard to market my blog and contact multiple publicists for prints to write reviews for – definitely a tough industry to break into *phew*. But nonetheless I’ve been having so much fun and enjoying to book blogging community.
    I look forward to more of your wonderful posts in the future… Happy Blogging! 🙂

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    1. I’ve managed to get some print books , too . But most of the time , I end up with e-copies as all . As for as contacting publishers…I’ve never been daring enough to do that . If they contact me , fine . But going out and contacting them is…not my thing . I’m afraid of those big people lol . But I’ve hope your blog takes off soon 🙂

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