As an author, our network is key to us expanding our reach, finding readers, and basically doing anything… especially being at the mercy of random algorithms that change almost at random.
So I’m working on building mine! One of the things I’m working on is to build a dedicated review team for my books, both new releases when I have them and backlist titles that need more reach. I’m seeking reviewers that can review books within 2 weeks of receiving the file, and are willing to post on Amazon and Goodreads. Bookbub, personal blog, and Facebook are a plus, but not necessary. You must have a kindle.com email address to accept Direct to Kindle files.
I write mostly paranormal romance, but I’ve branched out and have written horror/thriller, urban paranormal, and other genres. I plan to have a BDSM paranormal out at some point, and under a pen name, some dystopian-type novels and crime/thriller ones. My plan is to have a mix of genres eventually to appeal to a wide audience, but PNR is my “main”. I do expect my reviewers to have broad reading interests, so you’ll be able to read and enjoy my works in various genres, so I don’t need a new team for every release I try 🙂
If you are interested, please fill out the form, and I will contact you. (I ask for a mailing address as I sometimes send out reviewer-only goodies. If you’re not comfortable with providing that, you can leave it blank!)
How To Find Your Kindle Address-
On The Web-
Log in to Amazon. On your account page, scroll to Digital Content and Devices. Click Manage Content and devices. Once in there, click “Preferences”. Scroll and click Personal Document Settings. You will see your Kindle address here.
On the App (For phones and non-Kindle devices)-
Open your Kindle App. In the bottom corner, hit “More”, then Settings. Your Send to Kindle address should be in that pane.
On a Kindle Device-
Open “Settings” on your Kindle. Go to My Account. Your Kindle address will be under your Kindle’s name.
Adding An Approved Sender-
Log in to Amazon. On your account page, scroll to Digital Content and Devices. Click Manage Content and devices. Once in there, click “Preferences”. Scroll and click Personal Document Settings. Make sure Personal Document Archiving is Enabled. Under the Approved Senders box, click “Add a New Approved Email Address”. In the pop-up box, input [email protected], then save.