Reviews, reviews, reviews! A review is a precious and often rare commodity yearned for by all authors. For example, my first novel, The Legend of Finndragon's Curse, was released over two years ago and has little more than a dozen reviews posted on each of the Amazon US and UK sites. Some of these were unsolicited, while others came from offering free review copies, which is not uncommon among Indie authors.
One Thousand Worlds is commited to helping writers find their readers and vice versa, and is hoping to provide a service to all fantasy and sci-fi authors willing to provide free copies. You must also be thick-skinned enough to accept brutal honesty. I know that I have been, and as a result my wordsmithery has improved (if wordsmithery isn't a word, then it should be!).
Fantasy and Sci-fi Writers
Leave a short synopsis of your book in the comment section after this post, stating how many copies you are willing to provide and in which formats.
I am looking to increase the number of reviewers posting on this blog and would love to hear from anyone interested in supporting and promoting authors. Ideally, you don't yet have your own book blog, but you must be an avid reader. For those of you who already have your own review site, you may reproduce your original posts or review copies offered by authors on One Thousand Worlds.
If you are interested in reviewing a book listed in the comment section, reply directly to that comment. It would be reasonable to expect a completed review within four weeks. You can contribute as often as once a week, or as little as two or thee times a year and you will always be fully credited. All reviews should be copied to Amazon and Goodreads at least.