A Guide To ARCs | #4 You got accepted, what’s next?

If you’ve been following my blog for the last few months, you probably have seen my guide to how to get ARCs: how to request them, where to request them and what alternatives you have for getting eARCs. And maybe you even got lucky and got an ARC (or more), so in this post, I’ll be trying to give some tips and tricks on what’s next. Not just reviewing, but also planning and organizing and what publishers expect of you, will be discussed.

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A Guide To ARCs | #2 The Master Who-To-Contact List for Internationals ARC Requests

As the title suggests, I’ve created a list of all publishers that do send out ARCs to international reviewers! Of course, the publishers on this list also send out ARCs nationally so I won’t exclude those wonderful people, but mainly this list is for internationals. Since getting ARCs is often harder for internationals (see this post), and we don’t always know what our options are, I thought it would be a good idea to make a list of contact details for all publishers that send out ARCs to internationals (so that is everyone that does not live in the US. I have not specifically looked for publishers that send out in the UK, but I assume all national UK publishers do that.)

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A Guide to ARCS | #1 Emailing Publishers – Featuring Jess from Bookends And Endings

Requesting ARCs (or Advance Reader Copies) can be hard, because not only do you need the right contact details, you also need to convince the publisher you are the right person for their book. You need to show them you’re committed, have an audience and that you are interested in the book they’re going to publish. ARCs are distributed, usually, a few months before they are getting published. They are distributed for the purpose of reviewing, and to spread the word about the book. For internationals, it can be even harder to request ARCs due to high shipping costs and restrictions from the publishers.

This post will be part of what I hope will be a series on different aspects of getting ARCs. This first post will be about physical ARCs, there will be a post containing contact info for internationals and further tips and pointers, a post about Netgalley and Edelweiss and probably a post about other ways of getting ARCs (I’m not sure about the specifics yet). Let me know if this is something you’re interested in! This first post, and guide, is written by the amazing Jess from BookendsAndEndings, so definitely check out her blog and give her some love!

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