Q: Hey! Will you review my book if I’m not traditionally published?
A: We’d like to say “Sure. Of course.” But, we’re only human and there are only so many hours in a day. If you’d like us to consider reviewing your book, head over to Review My Book, read our guidelines, and complete the form at the bottom.
Q: What about book promotion?
A: Absolutely! We’d love to be a part of your blog tours, cover reveals, teasers and excerpts. We also do author interviews. At the beginning of each month, we compile a list of new releases and we’re always looking to showcase books there. Just send us an email with your details and we can go from there.
Q: I see you have guest reviewers. How can I become a guest reviewer?
Q: What’s the difference between your #fbf, Re-Read, and From The BiblioFile reviews?
A: Although all 3 feature older books, there are a few reasons why we decided to separate them. #Fbf is for books we’ve read and reviewed before starting 80 Books. It’s basically us condensing things down into one location. Re-Reads is sort of self-explanatory. We’ve read it and now we’re reading it again, for perspective and of course, nostalgia. From the BiblioFile is for those backlist/older titles that we’re reading for the first time.
Q: What was up with that Fabio post?!
A: We love that post. Do not ever knock our Fabio post. And, it was April Fool’s Day.
Q: Why are you suddenly so into diversity?
A: Well, we’re not “suddenly” into diversity. That’s been one of our goals since we started this blog. Diversity isn’t a trend; it’s real life, and it’s time the industry start reflecting that. We’re just doing our part.