Tag: NetGalley Tips

Dos and Don’ts for Your NetGalley Profile

Books on NetGalley can receive hundreds of requests from members looking to read and review. Along with your NetGalley stats, the information in your Profile is crucial in helping publishers decide whether…

10 Things You Might Not Know About NetGalley

Think you know all there is to know about NetGalley? Here we’re offering answers to some of the most common questions from members, and sharing some insider info about our team! Whether…

How to Start a Booktube Channel

NetGalley members are always looking for new ways to share the books they love with the world. To help you get started, we’ve compiled our tips for how to start a book…

Tips for Battling Reviewer Writer’s Block

Raise your hand if you’ve ever finished a book and felt as though you have so much to say about it, only to sit down to write your review and come up…

A Beginner’s Guide to Audiobooks

Listen up, readers: We know the world of audiobooks can be intimidating. You may not know where to find them, what to look for in a narrator, or if they’ll fit into…

How to Start a Book Blog

Readers love talking about books, and many find that creating a book blog is a fantastic way to swap recommendations, connect with the bookish community, and share reviews. Many NetGalley members are…

How to Write an Audiobook Review

We want to help NetGalley members craft the best reviews possible. In the past, we’ve shared general tips for writing book reviews and advice for writing critical book reviews. Now, we’re taking…

Tips for Starting a Bookstagram

So you want to start a bookstagram. For anyone unfamiliar with the term, a bookstagram is an Instagram account dedicated to books. You can find a roundup of some of our favorite…

Tips for Battling Reader’s Guilt

As book advocates, we know just how much joy reading can bring to people’s lives. But with so many books and so little time, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed.  Many…

Tips for Participating in a Readathon

Reading can be a solitary activity, but bookworms across social media are always finding new ways for readers to connect to discuss their favorite books, authors, and more. Readathons are a fantastic…

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