Wednesday, November 25, 2009

More on NetGalley


Here's the latest on NetGalley, sent directly from them to Feathered Quill.  There's also another Publishers Weekly article you can check out.  For more information, contact them at the email at the end of this post.


For People Who Read and Recommend Books

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Through NetGalley, publishers can provide readers with marketing materials, book trailers, photos, author bios, cover art and more.

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Readers can tell publishers if they’ve decided (or declined) to review one of their books – as well as share the review itself with them – all within NetGalley.

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