This particular place in the interweb is probably the least useful place to announce this, because I know most of the people who swing through here regular-like have also reviewed books – mine, other people’s – etc. Still, it’s a very helpful thing to do to review books, particularly on-line in the eBook future. Your reviews on commerce sites matter more than they have ever mattered before.You can make a difference in the life and livelihood of your preferred creators.
I’m going to do this, too, in approximately three minutes. I’m going to post a review on these three sites for two books I liked that I realize I hadn’t reviewed. I will be reviewing “The Honey Month” by Amal El-Mohtar, and “The Book of Cthulhu” edited by Ross Lockheart.
Ergo, here’s the thing, I’m going to be very Catholic about this. I want you to go review a book today.
I want the review on Amazon, and Barnes and Noble, and one other place like GoodReads or Kobo or LibraryThing or your own blog.
Post your review @Amazon+Barnes & Noble+one more place
e-mail me a link to the reviews you post today.
I’m going to be very Catholic about this. I don’t care what book you review, or who wrote it. It could be Eragon. It could be Of Blood and Honey. It could be a manual for the proper comment procedure for computer code, or something equally tedious. Pick a book you read recently, that you liked. Post your reviews on the major commerce sites. Do this, and point me to the links to your reviews, and I will send you one eBook of any of my eBooks. And, if you happen to review my books, I thank you.
Remember, in our digital future, you matter more than you have ever before.
In other news, I’m moving, so though I’m so close to done with this steampunk cinderella novel I can taste it, I don’t have time to finish it, because I am packing and moving boxes and doing stuff involved with moving. I hate moving.