-Is it possible to become a Bookholics Reviewer?
If you are interested in becoming a Bookaholics Reviewer, we have been looking for fresh and creative talent who like to express their opinions and do not mind reading e-books. However, at this time we are not able add any new reviewers.
-Do you have a newsletter?
At this time we do not have a newsletter but we may have one in the future. If you are interested in signing up for a future newletter, please email us your request and we will save your email address.
Right now we do have a yahoo group where the moderator sends out updates that are sometimes not featured on the website due to their brevity. If you would like to join our group the link is:
*Please note that this is not an adult’s only site and all content is restricted to PG-13 language etc..
Author and Publicist Questions
-I am an author/publicist and interested in promoting my book, can you help me?
Bookaholics Romance Book Club does promote authors by featuring them in our monthly interviews or contests. We are all volunteers and are not a professional promotion firm. All services are FREE. At this time only have opening for interviews in 2015. However, we can still throw a book giveaway/contest which is featured for the entire month. We only ask that you mail the book to the winner to keep costs down.
It is also possible for us to review your book but at this time we cannot promise to do every book that is submitted to us. We currently post our reviews on: our website, Goodreads, Shelfari and Amazon.
*Please note that any book being considered for review MUST have some romance!
If you feature permanent freebies, free reads or fun stuff that may be of interest to readers we will happily post the links on our website.
For more details, please check:
-What other ways can I promote my book?
Contest and Freebies are a good way to get readers interested in your work. Anything that will give you positive exposure. For instance, Candice Hern's website is very popular for her extensive historical section on the Regency period.
Other sites such as Library Thing help authors and publishers promote their books by using their members as reviewers. For more details check:
Another option to get exposure is by throwing a contest on Goodreads, in this case your book is not guaranteed to be reviewed. But they also have other creative ways to ‘advertise’ yourself.
If you are a romance writer here are some sites which may charge you to promote your book/s.
If you write paranormal or urban fantasy books this is also a good site where authors pay for exposure:
You can also join yahoo groups such as PRAttractions for paranormal romance or PromoOnly http://groups.yahoo.com/group/PromoOnly/
Other options are creating author related: Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, and blog. But these take time and upkeep.
SPECIAL NOTE: Bookaholics Romance Book Club assumes no responsibility for the validity of the: links, contests, or freebies as they are solely for members' information and entry into any contest or outcome is the responsibility of the entree and the sponsor of the contest. If the URLs are no longer viable please contact us to remove and/or update.
Disclaimer: Dear authors and publishers, the Bookaholics Romance Book Club is primarily a romance readers book club and it is our main goal to inform readers of anything fun and new in romance. We are not paid monetarily and are entirely staffed by volunteers who love romance. We try our best to be impartial and are NOT an advertising agency. If we have posted anything that is invalid or incorrect please contact us!
Steph from the Bookaholics Romance Book Club :)
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