NetGalley is a website initially launched in 2008 aimed towards the distribution of digital galley proofs of books, some of which have not yet been released. NetGalley was developed as an alternative to the production of paper galleys and has since evolved into a key marketing and publicity platform for publishers and authors. Publishers that offer e-galleys include Harlequin Enterprises, Hachette, Penguin Random House, Simon & Schuster and many others in the US, Canada, UK and Australia, as well as France and Germany. The site offers electronic galleys to "professional readers" such as book reviewers, journalists, librarians, professors, booksellers, and bloggers.

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  • It’s been a exciting year both in terms of books and in terms of NetGalley – thank you so much for all your reviews, and your support of NetGalley.co.uk! As is traditional, we’ve compiled our rundown of the books we – and you! – loved the most this year. It’s a varied and eclectic list, […]

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  • Indie Authors… working overtime by Katie Versluis, NetGalley Sales Assistant Did you know that over 725,000 books are published independently each year? It’s tough competition out there in the book world, and without the support of a traditional publishing house, every indie author who wants to find some level of success has to work tirelessly […]

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  • New! Post reviews with one-click to Goodreads, & social accounts Can you believe that NetGalley members (like you!) submit 60,000 reviews each month?​ Your efforts are extremely valuable to publishers and authors—but wouldn’t it be great if, in that same single click, those reviews could also be shared to other readers via your Goodreads, Facebook, Twitter, and […]

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  • We’ve rounded up covers we love, and we hope you will too. We’ve also gathered all of your cover votes from this month, and your most loved cover is…The Girl Who Lived by Christopher Greyson! Click on each cover to read the full description, request (or wish for) the title, and “Like” the cover if […]

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  • Originally published on Bookish.com, an editorially independent division of NetGalley. Grady Hendrix, author of Horrorstör and My Best Friend’s Exorcism, is a die-hard horror fan. He writes, reads, and researches the genre and is an expert on its history. His new book, Paperbacks from Hell—about the paperback horror boom in the ’70s and ’80s—is a blood-splattered love letter to horror. […]

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  • December edition The American Booksellers Association has announced the selections for the December Indie Next list, drawn from the recommendations of indie booksellers throughout the US. You can request many of these titles on NetGalley right now, and view more information on the ABA site.  If you are a bookseller, you can nominate titles for […]

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  • Celebrate Picture Book Month with Lerner Publishing   What Is Possible in a Picture Book? By Millbrook Press and Carolrhoda Books Editorial Director Carol Hinz We all know what a picture book is. But what is a picture book meant to do? One answer to that question is that it should catch children’s interest and […]

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  • Librarians’ Choice has announced the Top 10 titles for November 2017 that librarians across Australia love. You can request or wish for the featured titles below on NetGalley right now, and view more information on the Librarians’ Choice site. If you are a librarian in Australia, you can nominate titles for the Librarians’ Choice list […]

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  • A very exciting Books of the Month roundup comes at a very exciting time for NetGalley UK. As I hope you’re aware, www.netgalley.co.uk went live on Wednesday – our new home for UK members. Here you’ll find all the books you love, all in one place. And these ten titles are a great reason to […]

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  • It’s been a long time coming, but at last UK members have their very own dedicated NetGalley site – www.netgalley.co.uk! On .co.uk, UK members will find books that are the most relevant to them, meaning they’re more likely to be approved and are more likely to find the books they love. When they see a […]

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  • Originally published on Bookish.com, an editorially independent division of NetGalley. We’ve all been there: We read a novel, and wonder “How did the author do that?!” Sophfronia Scott has written just such a novel. Her book Unforgivable Love is a retelling of Dangerous Liaisons that will enchant and entertain readers with its historical flair. Here, she tells Bookish readers just how she went abo...

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  • We’ve rounded up covers we love, and we hope you will too. We’ve also gathered all of your cover votes from this month, and your most loved cover is…The Cruel Prince by Holly Black! Click on each cover to read the full description, request (or wish for) the title, and “Like” the cover if you haven’t […]

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  • Originally published on Bookish.com, an editorially independent division of NetGalley. Bookshelf, bookshelf, on the wall. What is the most anticipated fall release of all? To be fair, there are quite a few. But Julie C. Dao’s Forest of a Thousand Lanterns has been at the top of our list for a while. It’s a dark fairy tale retelling that […]

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  • Originally published on Bookish.com, an editorially independent division of NetGalley. Some readers may think that designing a cover for a graphic novel is easy. After all, you’ve got an entire book of artwork at your fingertips. But the process is incredibly complex, and sometimes the smallest details make the biggest impact. We’ve invited our friend Andrew […]

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  • November 2017 LibraryReads has announced the top ten books available in November that librarians across the country love. You can request or wish for the featured titles below on NetGalley right now, and view more information on the LibraryReads site. If you are a librarian, you can nominate titles for the LibraryReads list via NetGalley […]

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  • Blog name: Feed Your Fiction Addiction Blog URL: http://feedyourfictionaddiction.comYour name: Nicole HewittA nice place to start is with your blogger origin story – how did Feed Your Fiction Addiction get started?I actually had no idea what I was getting myself into when I started blogging four and a half years ago. I thought, “Hey, I […]

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  • Originally published on Bookish.com, an editorially independent division of NetGalley. Do you share a birthday with your favorite author? Here, we take a look at novelists, poets, journalists, and other writers born during the month of October. October 1 Faith Baldwin (1893) Daniel Boorstin (1914) October 2 Wallace Stevens (1879) Graham Greene (1904) October 3 Thomas […]

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  • NetGalley Author Interview: Jonathan StroudBorn in Bedford, England, Jonathan Stroud self-published his first work at age eight. After several years of working as an editor in London, Stroud “finally took the plunge,” and ventured into the world of publishing as a writer in his own right. Watch as Jonathan Stroud talks with us about the […]

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  • NetGalley's Stuart Evers provides his top tips for writing a book review which may be helpful when writing reviews for your approved NetGalley titles. Also, don't forget to submit your review to the publisher via NetGalley since this is one of the most important tools our readers have at their disposal and can help develop relationships with those publishers and authors. For additional informatio...

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  • UPDATE: the Feedback in Progress section will be retired in mid-September to simplify the process of sharing feedback with publishers. Be sure to submit any saved Feedback before then! Your NetGalley Dashboard is a jumping-off point to begin working on titles that publishers have approved you to read. In this 3 minute video, Kristina Radke, NetGalley Publisher Liaison, shows you how a title moves...

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  • The recording of our live webcast where we talked about the importance and impact that your book reviews and recommendations have when it comes to the success of new books. We were also joined by Dina Sherman, the School & Library Marketing Director at Disney Book Group (our webcast sponsor) and heard first-hand how reviews have helped their books excel. Plus, a sneak peak at some of their upcomin...

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  • This was a live-webcast that provides tips and insights into submitting and writing reviews from the experts! NetGalley's Community Manager, Tarah Theoret, will walk you through a member account and show you key features, as well as provide some insight into the Feedback process. We'll then be joined by 4 industry experts, who will all provide their top tips for writing reviews from various perspe...

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  • November edition The American Booksellers Association has announced the selections for the November Indie Next list, drawn from the recommendations of indie booksellers throughout the US. You can request many of these titles on NetGalley right now, and view more information on the ABA site.  If you are a bookseller, you can nominate titles for […]

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