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Here at Publishers Daily Reviews, we’ve been giving hundreds of independent authors — and several dozen established ones — a promotional boost since 2015.

More than 300 authors have made their writing dreams come true, Some are now even writing full time, cranking out their next Best Seller even as you read this.

Read what just a few of our authors have to say:

“Publishers Daily Reviews are clever, insightful and very quotable. They are well-crafted, full-length reviews that give potential readers a clear idea of what their reading experience will be. An excellent choice for promoting your work.” Michael P. King, Amazon bestselling author of the Travelers crime thrillers,

“I chose to get my book reviewed by Publishers Daily Reviews, and I couldn’t be happier! They provided a quick turnaround and provided an excellent review that I am able to use on my book’s website and my book’s listings on Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com. Two thumbs up from this customer!” Mike Kowis, Esq. Author of Engaging College Students: A Fun and Edgy Guide for Professors

“I’m thrilled by the Publishers Daily review of Glossolalia: Psychological Suspense, which demonstrates clear understanding of the book’s references to real-world corruption. An intelligent, sensitive, articulate reviewer is as important as the author in completing a book, and bringing it to its larger audience.” Tantra Bensko Author of Glossolalia and Encore: A Contemporary Love Story of Hypnotic Abduction.

Click to read a selection of our reviews here.

You can:

    • Post any or all of the review on Amazon in the Editorial Reviews section of your book’s page. (If you need directions on how to do that, we’ll be glad to help).
    • It will be one of the first things a potential buyer sees when he or she visits your book’s sales page on Amazon. It’s critical to establishing your credibility as an author.
    • Utilize your review in any advertising  that you may develop, such as FaceBook ads or Blog Posts.
    • Get the click with a shareable blurb on FaceBook, Twitter, Instagram, or other popular social media platforms. 
    • Promote your book in newspaper articles.
    • Mention the review in radio or podcast appearances.

Let us post it in our popular Reviews section.

More accolades from successful writers over the years:how to get a book reviewed

“You gave me a comprehensive and well considered review. It’s clear that you are well read and know what elements make a book compelling for the reader. I believe having positive reviews from trusted sources is one of the best ways to gain traction in a tough market. This review has certainly helped me do that.” — Kit O’Conor, author of Tiptoe

“I appreciated the review you provided for #hashtagged. Your review was thorough and insightful and really captured the essence of the story. It also mentioned a few points that had not occurred to me—but could likely generate sales.” — Kimberly Hix Trant, author of Hashtagged

What are you waiting for?

Many of our authors have compared us favorably to Kirkus, BlueInk and other premium review services that are much more expensive.

In addition, all our reviews are submitted each month to the prestigious Midwest Book Review, where more than 95% are accepted. All major libraries and many major publishers receive an online copy of the Midwest Book Review each month, along with thousands of subscribers.

Here’s what to do next:

  • Send us a note here at PDR: publishersdailyreviews@gmail.com
  • Make the subject line read: PDR Review Request
  • Include the following information:
    • Today’s date
    • The name of the book
    • Your name and the author’s name (if different)
    • Your email  address
    • A brief synopsis of your book

When we receive your note, we’ll review the information and then either request an ARC (if  unpublished) or make arrangements to buy it (if already published).

Once we have all that in hand (shouldn’t take more than a few days), you’ll receive a welcoming note from us, saying we’ve put your book in the active queue for review, along with a request for payment — $250 via PayPal invoice (Sorry, we don’t accept Zelle or any other EFT. PayPal provides credit and debit card options).

And, finally, you’ll be notified of your review’s estimated due date. This is currently running three to four weeks from receipt of payment.

Further questions?

Reach out to us at don@publishersdailyreviews.com. We usually respond the same day.

Thanks for the opportunity to review your fine work!

Don Sloan

Founder, Publishers Daily Reviews

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