Tuesday, July 7th, 2009

July Early Reviewer Books

The July batch of Early Reviewer books is up! We’ve got 63 books this month, and a grand total of 1622 copies to give out. We’ve also got a new Early Reviewers feature announcement—Books you’ve won. More on that below.

First, make sure to sign up for Early Reviewers. If you’ve already signed up, please check your mailing address and make sure it’s correct.

Then request away! The list of available books is here:
http://www.librarything.com/er/list

The deadline to request a copy is Friday, July 24th at 6PM EST.

Eligiblity: Publishers do things country-by-country. This month we have publishers who can send books to the US, Canada and the UK. Make sure to check the flags by each book to see if it can be sent to your country.

Books you’ve won: We’ve added an easy way to track all the books you’ve won from Early Reviewers. The Books you’ve won page lets you keep track of the books you’ve won, reviewed, and whether a book has actually been received. More on the feature in this blog post.

And as always, our thanks to all the publishers participating this month!

Hachette Book Group Crossway Vintage Canada
HarperCollins Bell Bridge Books Workman Publishing
Conari Press Bloomberg Press Bantam
Random House Henry Holt and Company Graphic Arts Center Publishing Company
Hyperion Books Beacon Press The Dial Press
Orca Book Publishers DK Publishing Faber and Faber
St. Martin’s Minotaur St. Martin’s Griffin Pronghorn Press
Okri Books Bloomsbury Bethany House
Red Hen Press Loving Healing Press Leucrota Press
DiaMedica ArbeitenZeit Media The New York Literary Society
Tilbury House Brandeis University Press Unbridled Books

Labels: early reviewers, LTER

One Comments:

  1. GothicAngelRaziel says:

    Wow, is this more books being offered than usual? Maybe it only looks like it since the format is different this month. :-)

    You know, even if I don't win Early Reviewer Books, I love this feature of LibraryThing because I find yet more books to add to my wish list and ever growing library. Bibliomania can sometimes be a VERY bad thing, LOL! ;-)

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