My NetGalley Self

My NetGalley Shelf

I am part of an online site called NetGalley. This site connects authors and reviewers. It's a fantastic way to get hold of pre-released books and books to review. By doing so you can get yourself added to publishers lists, so if you review a lot of books by a certain publisher and they like your reviews, they can add you to their auto-approval list, this means that when you apply to review a book by that publisher you would automatically be approved. 

So Whats currently on my NetGalley Shelf?

To Read:

  • Mine by Susi Fox 
  • Two Little Girls by Kate Medina 
  • Cursed! by Idabell Allen
  • Now You See Her by Heidi Perks 
  • Paris Adrift by E.S Swift 
  • Elenor Oliphant is Completly Fine by Gail Honeyman 
  • The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris 
  • Games with the Dead by James Nalley 
  • WaR: Wizards and Robots by Will.I.Am and Brian David Johnson 
  • The Hearts Invisible Furies by John Boyne 
  • The Girl in the Glass Tower by Elizabeth Freemantle
  • The Fountain of Youth by Steve Sheer 
  • Transitions by David Connor
  • Nice Jewish Boys by Sarah L Young
Pending Requests:

  • The Square and the Tower by Niall Ferguson 
Read and Reviewed: (Top 10) 

  • Mother by S E Lynes 
  • Every Pretty Thing by Chris Mooney 
  • Felix the Railway Cat by Kate Moore 
  • The Chalk Man by C J Tudor 
  • Anything You Do Say by Gillian McAllister 
  • The Innocent Wife by Amy Lloyd
  • A Murder for the Books by Victoria Gilbert 
  • The Surrogate by Louise Jenson 
  • Birdcage Walk by Helen Dunmore 
  • The Child by Fiona Barton 
Featured Reviews:

  • Being a Witch and Other Things I Didn't Ask For by Sara Pascoe 
  • Seven Suspects by Renee James 
So what is a featured review? When an author or publisher likes your review so much they publish it as a feature review which means when they advertise the book for sale they use your review to help sell the book so others can see what you have said about the book before it was published. I have had two of my reviews selected to be a feature review. 

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