Some of the books I read and review here I receive for free. They come to me from a variety of sources — writers, publishers, third parties and more. Following is an overview of some of those sources:
NetGalley is a program providing an avenue for publishers to make available Advanced Reading Copies (ARC’s) for reviewers before publication. All books are provided by the publisher through NetGalley.
Blogging for Books is a program operated by WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing (aka WaterBrook Press, Multnomah Books and Shaw Books). This program provides free books to book bloggers in exchange for a free and honest review.
BookLook is a program operated by Harper Collins Christian Publishing. BookLook provides free books to book bloggers in exchange for an honest review.
Tyndale Blog Network is another book blog program operated by Tyndale House Publishers. Again, book bloggers are provided free books in exchange for fair and honest reviews.
Edelweiss is an interactive publishers catalog produced by Above the Treeline. Included as part of the Edelweiss catalog service is a system for publishers to take requests or proactively share secure, DRM-protected Digital Review Copies (click here for more information).