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•   Book Review Publications
•   Book Review Websites


When you get a bad book review
You've just been notified a review of your book has been posted. You're all excited and can't wait to see what has been written. You're clicking onto your book's page when...Oh no! They hated your book! This bad review is going to turn away customers from buying your book. Wait! This isn't the end of the world. Here's 3 tips to deal when you get a bad review.

Book Reviewing and Reviewers
Learn about book reviewers and how to get your books reviewed. From The Success Network.

Getting Reviews For Self-Published Books
Book editors have less inches than ever before for reviewing books. They know the reading public wants to read reviews from the big authors and then most of them try very hard to be nice to local small presses and local authors who are published by big, medium and small presses.

How the Book Review System Works
An overview by Jim Cox of the Midwest Book Review.

How to Spot a Phony Book Reviewer
Some advice on how to avoid being 'taken' by phony book reviewers, from Midwest Book Review.

Rules Regarding Review Copies
Every new publisher should know the "rules" regarding review copies. There is an industry standard that governs, and there are things to watch out for.