Whether you’ve been blogging for a few days, a few weeks or even a few months. Chances are that you’re still looking for ways to find more ARCs, whether they’re physical proofs or e-arcs. The way I’ve been finding them has changed since I first started blogging. And though I can’t exactly help with what you should write in an email to ask for proofs, I’m still struggling with that myself. But there are plenty of places that you can look for arcs.Continue reading “New Blogger? Where You Can Find ARCs”
If you’re a book blogger, booktuber, bookstagrammer or anything like that then you’re most likely familiar with NetGalley. It’s an online service that allows you to request early copies of books in return for a review.
When you first join it’s so amazing! All these early books you could ask to read and review! Not to mention the books you can just click download on and read straight away.
It can get a little bit overwhelming and I know sometimes people can get a little over the top when it comes to requesting.
I’ve been on NetGalley a few years and my score hasn’t gone under the ideal 80%. Right now it’s on 93% with more books than I’d like on my shelf so I thought I’d offer up some advice!Continue reading “How to Ace NetGalley!”