Friday, November 6th, 2009

November Early Reviewer books

The November 2009 batch of Early Reviewer books is up! We’ve got 102 books this month, and a grand total of 3571 copies to give out.

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:

The deadline to request a copy is Saturday, November 28th at 6PM EST.

Eligiblity: Publishers do things country-by-country. This month we have publishers who can send books to many many countries—too many to list here! Make sure to check the flags by each book to see if it can be sent to your country.

Thanks to all the publishers participating this month!

Kensington Publishing Dafina Citadel Press
Bell Bridge Books The Permanent Press Open Letter
Penguin Red Hen Press Bloomsbury
W.W. Norton Bantam Ballantine Books
International Publishers Marketing Human Kinetics St. Martin’s Paperbacks
St. Martin’s Griffin Weiser Books Conari Press
Tor Books Universalis Publishing Doubleday Books
O’Reilly South Dakota State Historical Society Press HarperCollins
Bascom Hill Books Rovira i Virgili University Press Bethany House
Small Beer Press Little, Brown and Company Grand Central Publishing
St. Martin’s Press Orca Book Publishers Picador
Pocket Books Avon Books Harper Paperbacks
Viking Books Putnam Books Random House
Henry Holt and Company Faber and Faber

Labels: early reviewers, LTER


  1. Brian Herzog says:

    Hey guys-

    I know this isn't the best place to report a bug, but since it happened to me with this month's ER list, I thought it might hit other people too. I have my account set to use piratical, since I enjoyed that so much. So when I log in, my profile is at – however, the Early Reviewer link in my comments goes to – the problem seems to be that when I get switched from pir. to www. I get logged out, and before I can request a book from the ER list I get prompted to log back in again.

    It doesn't seem like things should work this way, so I wanted to report it. I'd hate to have to give up piratical, but I thought with this month's ER list being available to so many countries, this same www thing might also be affecting other non-pirate languages, too. Thanks.

  2. jjmcgaffey says:

    And a minor point on this blog post – it has no title, so all that shows on my Home page is 'new', which isn't clickable. I clicked on the 'LibraryThing Blog' title which got me to the whole page – no real problem but a trifle disconcerting.

    OK, done with that – off to request books!

  3. jjmcgaffey says:

    …and when the 'new' is gone, there's no indication there's a blog post at all. It's in the Announcements section, but this post really needs a title.

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