Gauge how the market will respond to your book by getting literary experts to critique it.
One of the best ways to build credibility for your book is to have it reviewed. Moreover, getting your book reviewed by a reputable and trusted name in the industry does not only add authority but also increases your book’s marketability.
Credibility is an essential attribute that only a book review can provide. Book reviews generate interest in your book mainly because most readers rely on the opinion of experts to determine what titles to consider reading or purchasing. Book reviewers are to readers, just as what trendsetters are to consumers. Getting a favourable evaluation gives your book that sought-after stamp of approval every author wants.
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The power of a trustworthy recommendation cannot be underestimated. All you have to do is watch book sales skyrocket when popular public figures vouch for a book.
In the publishing world, credible endorsements are hard to come by, handed out only by the literati of the industry. However, what was once only accessible to writers under traditional publishing is now within the reach of our authors.
A seal of approval from any one of these professionals can create the kind of attention your book needs.
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In the publishing industry, one of the most renowned and respected book reviewers that give that stamp of approval is Kirkus Reviews.
Touted as the world’s toughest critic, Kirkus Reviews holds an eighty-year-old reputation of drawing the mainstream industry’s attention to the best new releases. With the recent upsurge in self-published releases, this publication has expanded its reach with its Kirkus Indie program, which gives self-published authors the same opportunity to acquire unbiased reviews of their work.
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