Edgar Allan Poe’s early manuscript containing quotations of lines from twelve of Shakespeare’s plays including King Lear, Romeo and Juliet, and The Tempest.
The Love of My Life by Cheryl Strayed
Notes From a Unicorn by Seth Fischer
Time and Distance Overcome by Eula Biss
No Man’s Land by Eula Biss
Notes of a Native Son by James Baldwin
My Foreign Mom by Mary HK Choi
Imagining Myself in Palestine by Randa Jarrar
Peyton’s Place by John Jeremiah Sullivan
Symbolism and Cynicism by Tayari Jones
Being Poor by John Scalzi
Occasional Dispatches From the Republic of Anhedonia
by Colson Whitehead
AnonymousHi! I'd just like to ask how you can get publishers to send you books for review. I'm starting on a book blog and I'd really like the opportunity to be sent review books. Thanks:)
Hi! I don’t rightly know how I got publishing companies and authors to send me books. I’m supposing my blog popped up on someone’s radar after seeing my other reviews.
My advice is to review and review often. Also, make sure you’re tagging your posts to the best of your ability. I’ve never used it, but there’s NetGalley where you can request books from publishing companies! (I seriously just made an account on there. I’m so behind in these things.) I hope that helps!