Call for Reviewers

by | Jan 13, 2015

Have you ever spent time researching online, going from site to site trying to find the kind of help you need? Sure, me too, everybody does. That makes you a good candidate to review my new book.

And I think it’s one of the reasons The Self-Publisher’s Ultimate Resource Guide has been so popular. It really helps.

The book, coauthored with traditional publishing pro Betty Kelly Sargent, was #1 in its category on Amazon.com on publication day, and has stayed there ever since, almost a month later.

That tells me people are finding real value. The over 850 curated, verified, and up-to-date listings to service providers of all kinds are saving people time and making resources easier to find.

When you have something that’s helping authors so much, you naturally want to share it with as many people as you can.

That’s where you come in.

We’ve set aside a limited number of free review copies and I want to give them all away. I’ve often counseled authors that one of the best ways to build the buzz around their book is by giving away copies to people who will help promote the book.

So if you’d like to review the Resource Guide, I’d like to give you one of those free copies before they run out.

Just fill out the simple form below to get started:
(If you’re having any difficulty with the form, you can also complete it here: SPURG Reviewer Request.)

It only takes a minute.

And thanks for your help.

This offer will expire at midnight Pacific on Friday, January 16, 2015.

What People Are Saying

Here are some early reviews of the Resource Guide from industry professionals:

“An essential reference to the best publishing resources for every self published author. Highly recommended!”
Mark Coker, Smashwords founder

“Most authors are excited about the promise of self-publishing–until they actually try to do it. Then they quickly realize they will need a team of professionals to prepare, publish, and promote their book. And that’s where they get stuck. They don’t have the connections. That’s where The Self-Publisher’s Ultimate Resource Guide is a life-saver. This is the missing link that will enable authors to capitalize on the self-publishing revolution and become captains of their own literary destiny. I highly recommend it.”
Michael Hyatt, New York Times Bestselling Author and Former CEO, Thomas Nelson Publishers

“Independent authors need a team to help create a fantastic finished product, and finding the right people can be a challenge when you first start out. This book will help authors to locate professionals to edit, publish and market their work–helping them to stand out in the crowded marketplace.”
Joanna Penn, The Creative Penn
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2 Comments

  1. Teddy Rose

    I just filled in the form but wanted to let you know that I will be reviewing it on both my websites the one I gave that has 18,000 subscribers and my regular book review site. Plus Amazon, etc..

    Reply

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