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I've been doing the odd review on my blog but am getting so many requests now it's impossible to read them all, so I have started a group today on goodreads for authors to try and get interested reviewers for their books.

I have quite a few genre folders already, if there is anything obvious I've missed, please let me know :)

And if you'd like to join and hopefully get some reviewers for your books, please feel free to join:
http://www.goodreads.com/group/show/88910-books-tales-review-group

Take care,
Annette
 

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I would love to see historical fiction, drama, and family saga. 
 

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I have an author profile on Goodreads now and joined the group but don't have a clue as to how this works  ;D

I see a couple of posts already made asking for a review with the blurb etc. which I can use as reference

but how do they contact me and do I then email them a file in mobi, epub etc?
 

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E.L. MacRae said:
I have an author profile on Goodreads now and joined the group but don't have a clue as to how this works ;D

I see a couple of posts already made asking for a review with the blurb etc. which I can use as reference

but how do they contact me and do I then email them a file in mobi, epub etc?
The author posts details about their books, blurb genre etc. and then any interested reviewers will either leave you a message on your thread about that book or they might send you a private message via goodreads. It's very new, so I don't know if anyone has received any review requests yet, but hopefully soon :)

Once you have an interested reviewer, it's up to the author to send them a mobi, epub whatever they request etc.

take care
Annette
 
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