Booklover Hub, 100+ Authors Seeking Book Reviewers

I have set up this Booklover Hub to provide another channel for authors and indie publishers to connect with book reviewers and bloggers to help publicise their book releases.

Why? Despite publishing several hundred book reviews, Australian & international authors, on this website over the past decade (browse by Book Title, Author or by Genre & Book Rating) I have had to decline far more review requests than I have accepted. There is simply not enough time in the day to read and blog about all the worthy books seeking reviews and promotion.

Authors Seeking Reviewers - Booklover Hub

Are you a book blogger looking for a new book to review?

Don’t have a website? Not a problem.

Many authors are very appreciative of brief reviews posted on Goodreads, Amazon or even on your social media channels (Instagram, Facebook etc).
Books Seeking ReviewersClicking this orange button will open up a new page with the current list of Books Available for Review (incl. Title, Author, Genre, Publication Date, Link to Book Details) and a Contact Name and Email you can use to enquire further about that review opportunity. Please mention the Booklover Hub when making contact.

Whether an Author/Publisher provides a review copy after contact is made in this way is completely at their discretion.

If you do publish a review of a book originally sourced via this Booklover Hub, I simply ask that you mention that and provide a link to this webpage and or mention at the bottom of your review, e.g. copy sourced via Booklover Book Reviews – Booklover Hub.

Are you an Author or Publicist looking for book reviewers and bloggers?

Simply fill in the form below and your book will be added to the ‘Books Seeking Reviewers’ list. The list automatically updates every 5 minutes. If you notice you have made an error after submitting, please just email me at [email protected].

While I will routinely promote this Booklover Hub in relevant forums and social media, there is no guarantee of receiving contact from book reviewers via this listing. If you do find reviewers via this Booklover Hub, providing a link to this webpage on your website and/or on social media is all I ask.

In order to keep this listing current, I will delete entries after 3 months. If you are still looking for reviewers after this time, you are more than welcome to complete the form again, gaining you an extra 3 months on the list.

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19 Comments

  1. I would like to have my poetry book reviewed. It consists of poems and artwork by my late friend Daniel Marlin and my own poems. I wanted to honor my friend by publishing his powerful poems and artwork. His rich imagery, precise details, and passion for social justice make his poems memorable. Compassion for all living beings, especially the vulnerable and marginalized, is a common thread tying our poems together.

    Thank you for your time and consideration.

  2. I’m looking for a reviewer for my memoir, called Viking Voyager: An Icelandic Memoir. It’s about my growing up in Iceland and getting the inspiration to travel the world like my Viking forefathers. I was lucky to see my obscure country lift itself from poverty after the Second World War and become a prosperous nation today, and a tourist hot spot too.
    “Not only a well-written memoir, but an interesting take on Icelandic history from post-World War Two until present day. A RED RIBBON WINNER and highly recommended.”–The Wishing Shelf Book Awards (run by a group of UK authors)
    Thanks.

  3. Disappearing Act: A Las Vegas Love Story, Sort of… is the first book in the series “Wise Guys You’ll Love if You Know What’s Good for You.” It’s been described as an Elmore Leonard flavored novel. It spent two days on the top of the Amazon Hardboiled Mystery list in June. My second book in the series came out three weeks ago and is also available for review. It’s titled The Babylon Deception.

  4. Authors should provide a short summary (limit the words like old text messages were limited) in addition to the genre. [I wish SciFi was separate from Fantasy. After 50 years of reading, I just skip over anything that is not delineated.]

  5. I have a fantasy novel called, Crop Burner: The Tale Of Fearn & The Deamhon releasing this October 11th.

    Here is the blurb for the book.

    — Along with awesome power comes the greatest test of will —

    Despite his humble farming roots, young Fearn displays incredible powers. Blessed by Dainua to harness the strength of every soul surrounding him, he’s known as an Asinta and could help the kingdom vitally. However, due to dark events that marred the name of those akin, Fearn finds himself distrusted by the superstitious villagers and even his own father, Dair . . . effecting untold sorrow.
    To overcome the ancient ills of prejudice will not be easy. Luckily, there’s magic, too, beyond the spatial world—in words. As taught to be a “teller of tales” by Dair, who long has honed the craft, Fearn learns with creativity to also quickly capture minds. When wicked comes to visit, however, one mentor alone will guide the boy—a mentor with a story that has yet to end with due revenge.
    Fearn soon shall discover the cost of love and loyalty—of hate and betrayal—and venturing to save his land, he’ll run the risk of losing himself, as deamhons play for keeps.

  6. I just wanted to say thank you so much for offering this service to connect authors with reviewers and without a hefty price tag. I appreciate the heart behind this. :) My book won’t be ready for review for a few more weeks, but I’ll add it to the list when it is. Much love!

  7. If Jeff can’t save his ghostly ancestors from disappearing, so will he.

    Writing for a cheesy Boston tabloid, Jeff Beekle fabricates a whimsical tale about a mob-built CIA prison for ghosts.

    Which turns out to be true.

    Now both the mob and the CIA have Jeff in their sights.

    Even worse, Jeff discovers that his great-grandmother is an inmate and that she and the other spectral residents are being groomed as CIA spies. (And why not? They’re invisible, draw no salary, and won’t hop into bed with enemy agents.)

    To his horror, Jeff learns that ancestors held too long in earthly captivity will vanish as if never born, taking with them all their descendants, including him.

    Can Jeff outwit the mob and the CIA, free his ghostly ancestors, destroy the prison and save himself?

    Book trailer:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ZQUzL30im-uwWR5k1mw77Fi_e_N426D3/view

  8. Enter Through the Crawlspace is a compilation of 20 short stories about neglected houses that talk, time travel that turned out to be not as much fun as the time traveler imagined, how a village dealt with a post-apocalyptic invasion, an alien up for a promotion, a shopping trip to another planet, a cursed cell phone, an entrance into a time warp, a rogue robot, a magical camera, a werewolf’s experience in the human world, a cautionary tale about an autonomous ship, a vampire struggling to make ends meet in modern-day Massachusetts, and an old fashioned ghost story with a surprise ending. It is the author’s sincere hope that when you read these stories, the hair on the back of your neck stands up.

  9. A submitted request for a review for River Escape by Sam Grant, Action, mystery thriller. A sequel novel, but a complete story. This novel follows the sea career of Mike Peters. In River Escape he has been appointed First Officer aboard a ship which gets caught up in a military coup. An influential young woman boards, who starts calling the shots…

  10. I have looked in vain for contact details for this site so I’m trying this instead. Would you please remove my novel “The Blessings of Stefan” from the ‘Request for review’ list.

    Thank You