NetGalley – What It Is and How It Works

NetGalley is a site where book reviewers and other professional readers may obtain and read books BEFORE they are published. The term ‘Professional Readers’ equates to bloggers, book reviewers, booksellers, educators, journalists, and librarians. The private, individual, reader should therefore not be put off, provided they do publish reviews (on, book retail pages, social media, … More NetGalley – What It Is and How It Works

Blog Tours – What They Are and How to Set One Up

In traditional publishing it used to be normal, and expected, authors would tour their home country and perhaps others, with news of their latest release. These tours comprised various public engagements in which the author would speak on: some topic from the book; their writing habits; where their inspiration came from; the writing life; etc. … More Blog Tours – What They Are and How to Set One Up

Antitrust Investigations and Authors

  The term ‘antitrust’ is primarily used within the United States of America but has worldwide implications.     ‘In the United States, antitrust laws are intended to stop large firms taking over their competitors, fixing prices with their competitors, or interfering with free competition in any way.’ (Collins Dictionary) ‘Preventing or controlling trusts or … More Antitrust Investigations and Authors

What In Book?

  What do authors tell people when they ask what their book is about, (what is in it)? What should authors say about their book’s content when marketing/publicising?   To some the above may appear to be odd questions; Of course, they know what they should be saying – can there be any doubt? Well … More What In Book?