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Book Reviewers

12 Classic Books That Got Horrible Reviews

By Maddie Crum — HUFFPOST

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Stacy Abrams Wrote a Thriller in Her Spare Time

By Karen Heller — The Washington Post

Stacy Abrams’s first political thriller, is set in Washington, D.C., a city where, according to her ever-evolving spreadsheet of life goals, she aspires to reside someday as president of the United States. “While Justice Sleeps,” to be published Tuesday, is Abrams’s second book to come out in less than a year.

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Lawrence Block and P.G.Wodehouse

How two prolific writers found their voices

By Michael Dirda — The Washington Post

Sometimes a reviewer just can’t wait to write about a book. Even though Lawrence Block’s memoir, “A Writer Prepares,” isn’t available till June, I was recently sent an advance proof. Quite innocently, I started reading it — and couldn’t tear myself away. So consider what follows more a preview than a review of the pleasures awaiting in its pages.

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Book Reviewers Wanted

Voracious Readers Only

To join us, just fill out the form with your name, email address, and preferred genre/s!

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Get Reader Reviews Now to Drive Sales Later

By Mike O’Mary 

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How to Get Those First Reviews

By Farrow Communications

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Los Angeles Review of Books — LARB

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NetGalley

If you are a librarian, bookseller, educator, reviewer, blogger or in the media, join for free!

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The Prairies Book Review

first-rate editorial book reviews for indie authors and small publishers

The Prairies Book Review Submit your book at our website to get a review.

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The Real Book Spy

Book Reviews

Ryan Steck can be reached via email at Ryan@TheRealBookSpy.com

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Union Square Review

Not All Book Reviews Are Created Equal
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