We interrupt this public service blog to bring you an update about its sponsor: NetGalley. As you may have heard through twitter or my e-newsletter (sign up), we’re currently having a special theme week at NetGalley!
Welcome Hay House Week!
We’re so excited to announce that Hay House has joined the list of publishers using NetGalley to provide digital galleys to reviewers and professional readers.
NetGalley members are now able to request a digital review copy of many great Hay House books, emphasizing nonfiction in the areas of Self-Help, New Age, Sociology, Philosophy, Psychology, Health, Business, Finance, Men’s/Women’s Issues, Inspirational Memoirs, and Celebrity Biographies. Subjects include: social issues, current events, ecology, business, food and nutrition, education, the environment, alternative health/medicine, money/finance, nature, recreation, religion, men’s and women’s issues, spiritual growth, and fitness.
Browse current Hay House galleys here. NetGalley members will have the option to download PDF versions of the galleys to their computers, Kindles, Sony Readers, or other devices, and search within the galleys. Plus, excerpts are now live for all Hay House titles — so you can read a preview before you choose to request! While you’re browsing their titles in the catalog, just click the “more info” button and then the excerpt link under “URLs.”
In celebration of the launch week, we’re giving reviewers an added incentive! Hay House is offering a free 2010 Calendar by Hay House founder Louise L. Hay to the first 25 NetGalley members who send their review of any Hay House title.
It’s easy: after requesting and reading a Hay House galley, simply share the review with Hay House in NetGalley (under “Manage My Reviews” just click the “Write” pencil icon; include the entire review and a link to where it’s published).
The first 25 members to send a review will receive this 2010 Calendar:
I CAN DO IT® 2010 Calendar
365 Daily Affirmations
by Louise L. Hay
I hope you’ll check out Hay House at NetGalley today!
As always, don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or feedback.
your friendly Digital Concierge at NetGalley
Not signed up with NetGalley? Anyone who reads and recommends books professionally (reviewers, media, bloggers, journalists, librarians, booksellers and educators) can use it for free! Visit us to learn more and register: http://www.netgalley.com/