Review of ‘How to Find Book Reviewers’
Every author has to struggle with promoting his or her work, and getting a book reviewed is one of the best ways to get a buzz going. Getting people to review your book, though, can be a challenge. Werner Stejskal, a top-flight author of illustrated children’s books has penned an easy to read, common sense guide for doing just that.
His book, How to Find Book Reviewers, is a departure from his usual fare, but it’s written in the same simple style as his ‘Oliver and Stumpy’ books. In this book Stejskal describes the methods he uses to find reviewers, methods that can easily be used by anyone, indie author or those published by others—news flash, even the big publishers expect the authors to do the lion’s share of book promotion, unless you’re lucky enough to be an established best-seller.
With the advice in this book, you could very well one day join that stellar group. I give it five stars.
One thought on “Review of ‘How to Find Book Reviewers’”
March 12, 2016 at 7:18 pm
Thanks for doing that review. Getting reviews for my own books is something I’m starting to think about so it’s good to know there is some beneficial guidance out there.