What is Read It & Reap?
Our Read It & Reap program is designed with authors in mind. Our goal is to help indie and self-published authors promote their books.
How does Read It & Reap work?
The authors who are involved with Read It & Reap graciously give out e-copies of their books to be read and reviewed within a specific time period (two to three weeks). In exchange for that free book, the author receives an honest review of their book.
Who can participate in Read It & Reap?
Anyone can participate in our Read It & Reap program. The more the merrier! All you have to do is join the Shut Up & Read group on Goodreads and look for the Read It & Reap link to sign up either as an author or a reader/reviewer.
Shut Up & Read
The fine print…
By receiving a free e-book to be reviewed, you agree to the following:
- You will read and give an honest review of the book in the given timeframe.
- You will post your review to at least Goodreads, but preferably Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other online book retailers also.
- You will not share this e-book with anyone! It is illegal to share the books you receive for review, so do not do it!
Read It & Reap Program: https://www.goodreads.com/topic/group_folder/168287?group_id=56898
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