A Guide To ARCs | #3 Digital Review Copies (aka, where to get free books + alternatives to Netgalley & Edelweiss)

In the first two parts of this series, we talked about how to get physical copies of ARCs (or Advance Reader Copies) and where you can request them. But for smaller bloggers and internationals it can be much easier to get digital copies, also known as eARCs. There are a lot of opportunities to get access to digital review copies, and the most well-known of these options are Netgalley and Edelweiss. I’m not doing a full guide on how to use either, because I think there are plenty out there, but if you want me to do a guide on either or both, please let me know!

The goal of requesting eARCs is to write a review, and post it on retailers’ websites, goodreads, your blog, but that’s up to you. But please, if you have requested a book, try to put in the time to review it!

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