NetGalley Free Reads

Craving Her Soldier's Touch US cover

For those of you who aren’t familiar with NetGalley, it’s a way to get free copies of books in exchange for an honest review.

This is directly from the NetGalley website: If you’re a reviewer, blogger, journalist, librarian, bookseller, educator, or in the media, get a FREE NetGalley account to read and review titles before they are published.

I mention this because I just found out there is a copy of Craving Her Soldier’s Touch available on NetGalley and I would appreciate some more reviews on GoodreadsAmazon and/or Barnes and Noble.

If you qualify to set up an account at NetGalley (you can find out more HERE) please check out and review a copy of Craving Her Soldier’s Touch today. (Or when you have a free couple of hours.) You can find it HERE.

Want to know more about Craving Her Soldier’s Touch? You can read a special sneak peek at the prologue HERE or an excerpt from Chapter One HERE.

Thank you!



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  • Posted February 20, 2013 at 5:58 PM | Permalink

    Loved Craving her shoulders touch ! But did you hear that Amazon has a new policy against writers writing reviews of other writers work. I’v received two email s from them refusing to publish reviews written for my novel because they were by other writers/family members/etc. I assured them I had not solicited anyone to review my novel and didn’t know who they were removing or why. They wouldn’t show me the reviews or tell me who wrote them.

  • Posted February 20, 2013 at 6:00 PM | Permalink

    Oops. I must need a back rub. I meant Craving Her Soldiers Touch! mistype. Sorry. Great story anyway.

  • Posted February 21, 2013 at 11:16 AM | Permalink

    Hi Regina!
    Too funny! I didn’t even catch the Shoulder for Soldier’s mistype until you mentioned it in your second comment!

    I’d heard about this change in review policy. I have two Amazon accounts, my personal account I use for shopping and book buying under my personal e-mail and my author central account under my author e-mail. I haven’t had any trouble writing Amazon reviews from my personal account. But granted, I don’t think I’ve written one in a while. Maybe that explains the low number of reviews I have on Amazon. Hadn’t thought of that! Oh well, you could still review it on Goodreads! I mean if you want to!

    And speaking of Goodreads, have you set up an author account? I remember trying to add your book to my To Read list but I couldn’t find it. I’ll try again. And I have your book on my Kindle – which died a horrible, heart wrenching death a few weeks ago. I’ve been researching replacements. I think I’ve decided on the Paperwhite so I hope to be back reading my Kindle TBR books again soon. (Once I come to terms with spending the money when I have none coming in…)

  • Posted February 21, 2013 at 4:29 PM | Permalink

    I hadn’t thought of having two Amazon accounts. Might be worth a try. Blood Marriage isn’t on Goodreads yet. I’ve been writing a new novel and have just sort of left Blood Marriage out there on Amazon to fend for itself. It’s actually selling decently anyway.

    I gave up internet access except for a limited number of minutes per day for Lent. I had gotten hooked and needed to stop the time-wasting. It’s working well as far as getting other things like writing and housework done, but it makes marketing and all the other stuff I need to be doing on the net (like writing your review) a challenge. But I’ll hop over to Goodreads soon (I’m almost out of minutes today so probably tomorrow) and put one up. Your work deserves it!

  • Posted February 23, 2013 at 8:41 PM | Permalink

    Thanks Regina! And kudos and getting to work on another novel! Can’t wait to read that one too!

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