Monday, July 18, 2011

A blog for Authors and Readers - Book Reviews

Calling all bloggers - If you are interested in doing blog hops and promoting Authors and hosting giveaways please contact me :)

This is a blog for Authors to place a link for books they are seeking to have reviewed.

This is also a blog for Readers that like to read and review books for Authors and blog about them.

Authors: Please enter the name of your book that you would like to have reviewed in the comments box below and a contact for readers to contact you.

You may also like to check out Suzy Turners blog if you would like to have your book trailer listed for free.

Book reviewers: You can respond to Authors directly or leave you contact details below so that Authors can contact you. Please also indicate if you host giveaways on your blogs.

If you have a blog button that you would like to have listed on this blog, please send the embed to my contact tab above and I will list it for you.

Remember to follow this blog and leave a comment in the comments box below so that you are automatically updated when new comments are made.

Bringing Authors and Readers together. Patti Roberts - Author
(Paradox - The Angels Are Here)

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  1. Hey, would anyone be interested in reviewing my book blog?

    It's a Supernatural YA Romance and I'd be posting a chapter every two weeks or so.

    So, it would have to be reviewed by chapter. but the reviewer would get the chapter first.

    I am also publishing a novel soon.


    E-mail me-
    or this is my blog:

  2. I am giving away free promotional spots on my blog for this September. I usually charge a small fee but I wanted to do a giveaway.

    Go to Indie eBooks and subscribe.
    Then send me an email with the below info about your book for a free promo.

    Don't forget to mention in your email that you are a subscriber and use the email address you subscribed with and I will reply with the date your book will be advertised for free this September.

    What To Email Me

    Please include:
    Subject line should be the title of your eBook.
    Paste the following into the body of the email along with your responses.


    Kindle Price:
    Available from:
    Authors Website:
    Story Description:
    Excerpt (max 500 words)

    Interview Questions

    What will readers like about your book?
    Why did you self publish?
    What is your writing process?
    How long does it take you to write your first draft?
    What inspired you to write this particular story?

    (Please keep to 800 words or under)

    email me at

    All past sponsors are welcome to join in.


  3. Posted for Daniel:

    I recently wrote Dancing in Puddles, which explores the emotional paralysis that strikes many young men when they're in college. Up until college, they have been brought up with a delusional sense of self, stemming from parents', teachers', and coaches' constant praise. In many ways, it’s a contemporary sequel to The Catcher in the Rye.

    You can get a copy of the book at:

    Please spread the word. I appreciate your support.

    Thank you,

  4. I would like to invite a review of my award winning novel, Ascent of Evil. It is the first tome of The Darke Lyfe Trilogy, a contemporary horror/mystery/action/thriller with biologically-credible vampires/vampyres as a central component. Harrison Van Gilter is the rogue vampyre antagonist, the nemesis of FBI agent Mark Pierce and homicide Lieutenant John Willoughby. It's all at

  5. Hey there :)
    I'm not searching for someone to review my own book, but I'm searching for a Reviewer who would like to review new YA-books for my blog about books.
    You can review any book (if you don't like YA that's fine)and I will blog your review.
    If you want to contact me please visit my blog

    And this site is a wonderful idea :)

    @GettingReviews New York, NY
    We assist authors with acquiring reviews and book publicity.!/GettingReviews

  7. I've got two books looking for a reviewers, both nonfiction novels (memoirs, but in fact with characters, dialogue, and a plot). One covers 1967 and is grounded in psychedelic drugs (though not written in an obscure style): I Think, Therefore Who Am I? (In Italy, published as Penso, dunque cho sono?). The other, Digging Deeper, grounded in the 1970s, covers the subsequent ten years or so, of work, travels, marriage, spiritual seeking, writing and writers' groups, etc. Pick whichever you prefer and contact me through my goodreads profile or at

  8. Hello everyone!

    I enjoy reading and reviewing books so I would love to hear from some authors looking for reviewers. If you would like to see the types of reviews I give, please head on over to You can contact me at historicallyyoursbookreviews(at)gmail(dot)com.

    Thanks and I look forward to hearing from you!


  9. Hello, my name is Heather Powers. I am a bookworm who loves to read. I do book reviews on my site Earth's Book Nook. I also do reviews on Amazon, Goodreads, Librarything, Smashwords, Shelfari, Barnes and Noble. I'm fairly new to the reviewing scene but I'm willing to do what it takes to help fellow authors out with their books. I'm currently doing author interviews, blog tours, and giveaways. I'm learning the ins and outs of this as I write this.
    If you have a deadline for this review, please let me know so that I can put it on the top of my review pile. My review pile is quite large at present so there is a wait time.
    My genres of choice are any fantasy,horror, mystery/suspense, thrillers. If it draws my attention from the first few chapters, other genres are open except for non fiction, biography, Christian lit.
    Thanks for your time,
    Heather Powers
    Bookworm Extraordinaire

  10. Hello!

    Would anyone be interested in reviewing my book, Liberator's Ruin?

    It's a steampunk fantasy with airships, alchemy and adventure.

    If you would like to read a preview, head over to You can contact me at pjjohns1980(at)gmail(dot)com

  11. Brianna Ahearn ( reviews books on her blog.

  12. Elaine Raco Chase to me

    They are all great covers but I like #6 the best....

  13. Hi I'd love some reviewers for my YA paranormal October Girls

    and Forever Never Ends, an alien-infection sci-fi horror kinda book

    Also have a few horror/mystery/fantasy story collections.


    hauntedcomputerbooks AT

  14. I would be delighted if you could review my book,
    "Letters from World War II Grant's Story". These are a collection of letters from from a young soldier writing home from the war.

    Contact for a review copy.

  15. I love reading and love giving people my opinion, so if you have a book you'd like to have reviewed and will provide me a copy of it, I'll read and review it! I tend to have a goodly number of books sitting around waiting to be read and reviewed and I just take 'em in order - I'll provide a time estimate (keep in mind it is an estimate ONLY, based upon number of books in line, any editing projects I may receive, etc.) once I hear from you. Your book is listed in my queue based upon receipt of an ebook (accepting .epub (Nook), .pdf or .mobi (Kindle) formats) or the date an actual book is shipped. I put reviews on Goodreads, Shelfari,, B& and Borders (with copies to Facebook from Goodreads and Amazon), depending on availability of the book on the sites for me to post a review. I can be reached at - katy(dot)sozaeva(at)gmail(dot)com

    I also provide editing services, just as an aside.

    I hope to hear from some folks!

  16. I'd like to post up a couple of ebooks here.

    The first is currently released. It's called Doodling and it's an absurd comic fantasy about a man who falls off the world (because it's moving too fast). I like to describe it as Douglas Adams meets Lewis Carroll. You can view more information at and I'm happy to provide a copy via Smashwords coupon or whatever else is convenient.

    The second is an ebook I am hoping to have released by end of August so I am keen on some beta reviews. It's called Flidderbugs and is a political satire/fable/comic fantasy about a strange race of insects - sort of like Gulliver's Travels in the treetops.

    If anyone is interested in reviewing either of these, please contact me at gouldjona[at]yahoo[dot]com[dot]au

  17. Terry Callister

    I’ve been in touch recently with a lovely chap, Albert Robbins III. He runs a blog:-

    The blog does exactly what it says on the label. Albert loves to read and write reviews plus he carries out author interviews as well. Albert actively solicits for books to review so anybody who would like their book reviewed have a look at his blog and get in touch. This can only help with promotion of your books, you know it makes sense.

    There’s more.

    Albert’s wife is a writer and her novel Birthright is being offered for free until the end of July as part of the Smashwords site wide promotion.

    Check out Alberts latest blog if you want to know everything you need to nknow about aselling your self-published books.

    Regards - Terry Callister

    News, advice and conversation about the Self-Publishing book industry. To buy or simply browse a large selection of the best books and novels from the Self-Published world.

  18. Reviewers:

    My debut novel, Toonopolis: Gemini, is getting solid reviews and is a middle grade/young adult contemporary fantasy about a kid transported to a cartoon universe.

    Here is the link to the Goodreads page:

    If you think you would like to review this book for your blog or just for Amazon/Goodreads/etc., please contact me at Thanks and happy reading!

    -Jeremy Rodden

  19. At Sift, we review self-published sci-fi and fantasy. See our submission guidelines at

    If you're looking for other reviewers who review indie books, check out Simon Royle's website:

  20. Calling all bloggers - If you are interested in doing blog hops and promoting Authors and hosting giveaways please contact or - both ladies are on goodreads and have some great Ideas planed to get promotion and extra followers for authors and bloggers :) Patti

  21. MF Burbaugh

    I have a Scifi/fantasy book I would like a review on for either Amazon or B&N.

    Amazon listing:

    Author website:


    Forced to crash on an unknown planet that is dying, as its star gets colder in defiance of the laws of physics. Jake begins his survival quest with a few technological items from his ship and a still-functioning computer. It gets more complex when he rescues a beautiful girl and struggles to overcome the life and death challenges of the planet's inhabitants, mega-fauna, and extreme climate.


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