Approaching Book Bloggers for a Review of Your E-Book
Your own blog might not have many readers yet — and even if you have a large readership, you’ll still want to reach out beyond your blog to other audiences. One of the best ways to do this is by getting your e-book featured on book-related sites. This technique is particularly useful for fiction, where many individuals run review sites. (The later section “Writing Guest Posts for Relevant Blogs” guides you through a similar process for a nonfiction e-book.)
The book-blogging world is full of dedicated readers who love writing about the books they’ve been enjoying. Many of these people are enthusiastic about indie authors — people who have published books on their own, without the backing of a major publishing house. Some book bloggers have small, quirky websites that they run in their spare time, and others have created a major online presence, often with teams of reviewers.
Creating an e-book information sheet
Many book bloggers, especially established ones with larger audiences, receive ...