NetGalley Notables


Below is a list of  NG  books I think my followers might be interested in.
Depending on when the post was created some books may no longer be available to request.  
Make sure to  look towards the bottom of the page (past the list of links) to find helpful tips on how to use NG. 

POST #27 - HERE  (02/08/2015)
POST #26 - HERE  (11/06/2015)
POST #25 - HERE  
POST #24 - HERE 
POST #23 - HERE 
POST #22 - HERE 
POST #21 - HERE 
POST #20 - HERE 
POST #19 - HERE 
POST #18 - HERE 
POST #17 - HERE 
POST #16 - HERE 
POST #15 - HERE  
POST #14 - HERE 
POST #13 - HERE  (11/11/2014)
POST #12 - HERE  (11/07/2014)
POST #11 -  HERE (11/05/2014)
POST #10 - HERE  (11/02/2014)
POST #09 - HERE  (11/01/2014)
POST #08 - HERE (10/21/2014)
POST #07 - HERE  (10/18/2014)
POST #06 - HERE (10/13/2014)
POST #05 - HERE (10/11/2014)
POST #04 - HERE  (10/09/2014)
POST #03 - HERE  (10/08/2014)
POST #02 - HERE  (09/09/2014)
POST #01 - HERE  (09/05/2014)

Christmas Edition #10  - HERE  (11/21/2014)
Christmas Edition #09  - HERE 
Christmas Edition #08
  - HERE
Christmas Edition #07  - HERE  (11/01/2014)
Christmas Edition #06  - HERE  (10/22/2014)
Christmas Edition #05  - HERE  (10/17/2014)
Christmas Edition #04 - HERE  (10/10/2014)
Christmas Edition #03 - HERE  (10/07/2014)
Christmas Edition #02 - HERE  (10/06/2014)
Christmas Edition #01 - HERE  (10/05/2014)

Feeding your kindle with Netgalley books is an affordable way to keep on top of great books.


If you are new to Netgalley here is how it works (taken from their site):

Do you review and recommend books online, in print, for your bookstore, library patrons, blog readers, or classroom? Then you are what we call a "professional reader," and NetGalley is for you. Registration is free, and allows you to request or be invited to read titles, often advance reading copies, on your favorite device.

NetGalley is a service to promote titles to professional readers of influence. If you are a reviewer, blogger, journalist, librarian, bookseller, educator, or in the media, you can use NetGalley for FREE to request, read and provide feedback about forthcoming titles. Your feedback and recommendations are essential to publishers and readers alike.

Make sure to read our guidelines on how to get approved. We support all major reading devices and tablets. Can’t find a specific title? Many titles are Private, but publishers can invite you to view.



These won't guarantee that you'll get a book but it will help increase your chances.
And "yes" I still get denied from time to time on titles I request.

1. Make sure your Goodreads (GR) account is open (not private) so publishers can view your account.

2. Profile Page - List your blog, twitter, facebook and GR accounts.

3. Profile Page - List  how many books you've read last year. Or/and how many you've read to date.

4. Here is a video on how to submit a review on Netgalley  -

5. This is Netgalley article on if you are allowed to write a critical review.

6. Profile Page - You'll find "Recommended Feedback to Approval Ratio" keep that around or above 80%. Shows publishers you are willing to read and submit reviews.

7. When you get approved for a book download the book right away even if you don't plan to  read it right away. I learned the hard way. Last year, I didn't download a book I was approved for and it got archived.  Which meant I was unable to  download it from NG. Good news is you can still review a book that has been archived but the bad news is you'll  have to buy the book or borrow it from your local library.

If you have any additional questions about NetGalley ask them in the comments below and I'll try to answer them.
I'm not affiliated with NG.  I just enjoy the services they offer.

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