Looking for some great free books to read?

I am always on the lookout for some great books to read and if they turn out to be free, nothing like it.

Going by this thought process, I registered to be a blogger/reviewer for J. Taylor Publishing last year and I have enjoyed my time with them. I recently read Blue Moon (read my review) and Resonance by J. A. Belfield from them and loved both of them.  I look forward to more awesome books by the publishing. I recommend all readers/bloggers to join them.

Benefits of being a J. Taylor Publishing reviewer:

  • Free ebooks with immediate access to the novels and novellas (at the pre-release stage) — No asking to be considered on a book by book basis!
  • Reduced cost print books (when/where available)
  • Free (or reduced cost) marketing materials about our books (media kits, cover images, bookmarks) where available
  • Priority for future back-of-the-book quotes with your name on them (for printed novels)
  • Priority for blog tours and interviews with our authors
  • Promotion of your website on our blog (link back)
  • Potential inclusion of your review in our authorʼs media kits, marketing tools, etc
  • Priority reviews of any query submitted to us for publication consideration
  • Personal feedback on the above submissions
  • There are absolutely no costs to this program and never will be.

What is the eligibility criteria, you ask?

Criteria for inclusion in the program includes:

  • a nearly exclusive focus on books & reviews
  • an active following (regular commenting on front-page posts)
  • a broad reach (500+ followers on at least one social network system — Networked Blogs, Google Connect, Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
  • presence beyond simply the blog (Consistent and tied-in with Twitter, Facebook & Goodreads, etc.)
  • industry blogging activity (blog hops, tour stop info, etc.)
  • a blog history of at least 12 months (posts dating back one-year or more)

Interested in joining? Go fill the form here. And while you’re at it, do me a favor. Tell them Pragya @ Reviewing Shelf referred you. Thanks!


6 thoughts on “Looking for some great free books to read?

  1. Only about 4 more months until I can sign up with them. I really have liked some of their books, so I’ll second this recommendation to anyone with 1+ year of blogging.


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