The New Book Review

This blog, #TheNewBookReview, is "new" because it eschews #bookbigotry. It lets readers, reviewers, authors, and publishers expand the exposure of their favorite reviews, FREE. Info for submissions is in the "Send Me Your Fav Book Review" circle icon in the right column below. Find resources to help your career using the mini search engine below. #TheNewBookReview is a multi-award-winning blog including a recommendation.

Saturday, May 13, 2023

Send Us Your Fav Book Review

Hi, it's Lois W. Stern here, your #NewBookReview Review Coordinator, with another idea to help you get more eyeballs focused on your book. We all know that reviews help sell books, so how about sending me your FAV REVIEW and I'll get it posted here. 

HOW TO GET THIS FREE MARKETING TOOL FOR YOUR BOOK AND FOR YOUR REVIEWER:  Did your book get one fabulous review that you wish you could share with the world? Well wish no more. Now you can. Just send it to me  (Lois!) WITH "My fav book review" in the subject line using the format below,  and I'll post it for you on TheNewBookReview blog. And that’s a big deal ‘cause this blog gets tons of readers. 

Note: Please get permission from your reviewer to republish their review. 

HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR FAV REVIEW: To make the submission process easier, first copy and paste the template below to help you gather all your data.  Then I will post it for FREE at:



AUTHOR'S EMAIL ADDRESS We don't publish this! 

AUTHOR'S FAVORITE LINKS: (website, amazon, blog, etc.)


 __ Yes, I have received permission from the reviewer to reprint their review in its entirety. 

REVIEWER’S BYLINE: (i.e. John Doe, author of, Group leader of , originally published at xxxx. )


MORE ABOUT THE REVIEWER: (100 words or less) You may include the reviewer's links to website, blog, book's buy page or whatever the reviewer would like to use that is book related or might serve as a resource by #TheNewBookReview's audience--visitors or subscribers. Include the reviewer's social network addresses. It may include:
REVIEWER'S TWITTER MONIKER (Strongly preferred but not required.)

ABOUT THE AUTHOR WHOSE BOOK IS BEING REVIEWED:  (Don't be shy. This is a golden opportunity to brag a bit about yourself so include any links, photo, and where #TheNewBookReviews visitors and learn more that author.)  It may include:

REVIEWER'S TWITTER MONIKER (Strongly preferred but not required.)

ABOUT THE REVIEWER BIO (OPTIONAL): This may include information on the reviewer's book if they are also authors or information on their favorite writer-oriented project. (We do not accept information that includes selling book reviews.) You may include the reviewer's links to website, blog, book's buy page or whatever the reviewer would like to use that is book related or might serve as a resource by #TheNewBookReview's audience--visitors or subscribers. Include the reviewer's social network addresses. It may include  It may include:

REVIEWER'S TWITTER MONIKER (Strongly preferred but not required.)


AUTHOR'S IMAGES: Author headshot and Author's book cover image

REVIEWER'S IMAGES: Reviewer headshot, Reviewer's book cover image (if they are  also a published author). We will use these images to create a free personal banner for the unrestricted use of both author and reviewer. 

E-MAIL YOUR REVIEW TO ME AT: Write NEWBOOKREVIEW BEST REVIEW" in the subject line of your e-mail.


Place a Tweet about your review on Twitter, (YOU ARE ON TWITTER, RIGHT?), and tag both Carolyn Howard-Johnson @frugalbookpromo and me @tales2inspire2 and we will retweet your review to our over forty-six thousand Twitter followers. 

Now how's that for some great additional exposure for you, 

your reviewer and your books!

Your NewBookReview Acquisition Coordinator

Lois W. Stern

Lois W. Stern is a multi award winning author whose work has been featured in the New York Times, Newsday, Long Island Press, Barnard Magazine, on Local Access TV and in live presentations in many varied venues. She has now published twelve Tales2Inspire® treasured anthologies of her contest winners' stories. As TheNewBookReview review coordinator, Lois serves as an outreach to help authors on their paths to discovery.

Lois created her Tales2Inspire® ‘Authors Helping Authors’ project in 2012, helping hundreds of talented newbies and seasoned authors alike enhance their visibility. Click here to learn more about entering her annual no fee Tales2Inspire contestThat’s right, it’s free! What emerges from these annual contests are highly professional anthologies of inspirational memoirs. Fans of Chicken Soup for the Soul are particularly enamored of Tales2Inspire® books because, aside from being expertly crafted inspirational memoirs, they are filled with original photos to further enhance the power of each story. Lois invites interested readers to get a FREE Tales2Inspire® sampler book at: and visit Lois at these Media Marketing sites: 


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More About #TheNewBookReview Blog 

The New Book Review is blogged by Carolyn Howard-Johnson, author of the multi award-winning HowToDoItFrugally series of books for writers. Authors, readers, publishers, and reviewers may republish their favorite reviews of books they want to share with others. That includes authors who want to share their favorite reviews, reviewers who'd like to see their reviews get more exposure, and readers who want to shout out praise of books they've read and love. Please see submission guidelines in a tab at the top of this blog's home page or go directly to the submission guidelines at or to the guideline tab at the top of the home page of this blog. Authors and publishers who do not yet have reviews or want more may use Lois W. Stern's #AuthorsHelpingAuthors service for requesting reviews. Find her guidelines in a tab at the top of the home page, too. 

Carolyn Wilhelm is our IT expert, an award-winning author, a veteran educator and also contributes reviews and posts on other topics related to books. Reviews, interviews, and articles on this blog are indexed by genre, reviewers' names, and review sites so #TheNewBookReview may be used as a resource for most anyone in the publishing industry. As an example, writers will find this blog's search engine handy for gleaning the names of small publishers. Find other writer-related blogs at Sharing with Writers and The Frugal, Smart and Tuned-In Editor 

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