Tuesday, August 7th, 2018

Win free books: August 2018 Early Reviewers

Win free books from the July 2018 batch of Early Reviewer titles! This month we’ve got 128 titles, and a grand total of 4,395 copies to give out, including Yuval Noah Harari’s upcoming 21 Lessons for the 21st Century.

Which books are you hoping to snag this month? Come tell us on Talk.

If you haven’t already, sign up for Early Reviewers. If you’ve already signed up, please check your mailing/email address and make sure they’re correct.

ยป Request books here!

The deadline to request a copy is Monday, August 27th at 6pm Eastern.

Eligiblity: Publishers do things country-by-country. This month we have publishers who can send books to the US, Canada, the UK, Israel, Australia, France, Germany, and many more. 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!

First Steps Publishing Candlewick Press Apex Publications
Black Rose Writing Kaylie Jones Books Akashic Books
Tundra Books Penguin Teen Canada Puffin Books Canada
Harmony Ink Press Hot Tree Publishing Oneworld Publications
Graphic Arts Books Random House Cohoes Falls Media
Smoking Pen Press Revell Bloomsbury
Hybrid Global Publishing William Morrow Velvet Morning Press
Kasva Press Avery EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing
Etchings Press Eerdmans Books for Young Readers Ballantine Books
Timber Press Tule Publishing Tantor Media
HighBridge Audio Chronicle Books CarTech Books
Dreamspinner Press DSP Publications Greenleaf Book Group
Prufrock Press Poolbeg Press Sinful Press
Mirror World Publishing World Weaver Press Fathom Publishing Company
Ashland Creek Press Real Nice Books February Partners
Literary Wanderlust LLC Plough Publishing House Blind Eye Books
BearManor Media Dynamic eBooks Holland Park Press
The Plaid Raccoon Press Goldenjay Books Five Directions Press
NewCon Press Blue Crow Books City Owl Press
BHC Press Two Umbrellas Amika Press

Labels: early reviewers, LTER

One Comments:

  1. Dave Dayanan says:

    I guess that Sir Simon will create an impact. There is really something on the name Simon. What do you think!

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