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 is quite popular . Unfortunately for us international people , they don’t offer print copies outside of the US .
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 ) .
Run by Waterbrook Multnomah , it also has a simple sign up form . They send out emails , monthly , informing you of the different titles available . And their collection is a huge pool to get your dips in , from what I hear .
They are also HUGE . Formerly known as TN book blog program and Booksneeze , it’s latest name is BookLookBloggers . I , however , don’t rec’d 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
They offer e-arcs to reviewers . They definitely don’t have a great inventory if all they is what I can see right now . But I guess , they’re okay .
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 .
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 ) .
Yet another christian program out there . Don’t waste your time on these if you’re not into christian fiction .
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 .
They offer free copies of books to review , just like the others . Only Canada and USA .
Book Blog Tour Companies to join
Once you sign up for their program , you will start receiving notifications of books available for reviewing .
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 .
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.
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 .
Yet another . Organised by former bloggers . I’ve heard they’re amazing to work with . Take your chances , though .
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 .