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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!

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Author:

Often seen with a nose buried in a book, you might spy me at a library while 500 unread books adorn my shelf. At other times, I'm busy travelling solo, eating out or looking for my new escapades. You will always find me doing too much all at once.

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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