BookBub: Are you on this site, too?

I joined this fantastic book site about 3 months ago, but I haven’t been spending a lot of time on there simply because there has been so much going on elsewhere. But what a mistake that is… if you aren’t familiar with it, and you love books, then you need to check it out. It’s free, you get a daily email with a list of all books that are free or heavily discounted, and you can connect with other readers similar to Goodreads. You can also narrow options by specific genres and sub-genres to ensure you only see the books you want to see.

For authors, BookBub is another avenue to assist with book sales and make connections. It’s important to get as many reviews on here as you can, so that when someone sees your book going on sale or being discounted they can quickly check out the top reviews.

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As part of May, I’m going to share my profile and the websites I use for both (1) choosing / reading new books and (2) advertising my own books. If you have some time, I’d love your help with a few things:

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Examples of Daily Deal Here

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Note: Those are just a few of the categories and menu items… consider this a teaser to go check out the site!

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60 comments

  1. I am not in Bookbub as I have too many sites open and don’t have the time to do them justice. I had heard of it and if I find the time will look into it. NetGalley books keep me busy all the time.
    I am currently reading THE SPOOKED IN THE STAKRS by afunny Gates, a funny cozy myst. A Henery Press book.

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      • I have sometimes download some of the free books or purchased a cheap book from Bookbub. What attracted me to Bookbub was the unusual name and fact you can choose genres. I have sometimes found their selections a bit limited but usually find something. It’s a huge rush when I have already read a book through NetGalley and then it appears on Bookbub.

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  2. I’ve downloaded free books from Bookbub but obviously paid no attention to the site otherwise since I didn’t know about followers/profiles etc etc. Thanks for pointing it out I’ll have to take a closer look sometime. 🙂

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  3. As an author, this is a must join! It’s pretty easy to maintain and keep up. As a book reviewer, it’s a must join as well. Not only can you keep track of all your favorite authors, you can also post book reviews on it.

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  4. I am on Bookbub, but I don’t use it really. I guess just because I can’t keep up with everything, but I think it was Mrs N that suggested it when Amazon blacklisted me. Are you on librarything.com yet? That’s about the only other site I’ve been using lately. 🙂

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