Saturday, February 1, 2014

Hollow World Available Now Through NetGalley

Things are progressing nicely toward the April 15th release of Hollow World. I'm very excited. As mentioned in my last post, I was in New York the last few days overseeing the audio book recording. While I was there, I got a notice from Tachyon Publications that Hollow World is now available at NetGalley.

What is NetGalley?  It's a site that publishers use to provide electronic ARC (Advanced Reading Copies) for soon to be released titles. Speaking of ARC's Tachyon is also producing these, and they are currently at the printer. I'm getting a few cases myself, so if you are a blogger and prefer physical copies, they should be here soon.

How does NetGalley work?  Well it's 100% free for book reviewers and bloggers. All you need to do is create an account, then you can look for books that you might want to read and make a request. The publisher makes a determination and if they approve your request the book shows up in your library. From there you can either download it to your kindle, or to your computer to read via an adobe application.

So, if you are a blogger, and are interested in getting an advanced copy of Hollow World here is a link to take you right to the book.  I hope some people take advantage of this, and I look forward to hearing your opinions on the book.

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