New addition to City Book Review portfolio provides independent reviews across genres
NASHVILLE – Nashville Book Review joins national review organizations as premier site for independent book reviews. The new Middle Tennessee organization invites authors, publishers and publicists to submit books across thirty genres for either general or sponsored review.
Like the Seattle, San Francisco and Manhattan book reviews, the Nashville Book Review will offer a regional response and review to a national author’s work.
“An independent review is a key piece of a comprehensive distribution strategy,” according to co-owner Lisa Uhrik. “Nashville Book Review is an opportunity for authors to position their work on a regional and national stage.”
Nashville Book Review uses a pool of independent reviewers and accepts inquiries from book lovers who would like to contribute reviews.
About Nashville Book Review
Nashville Book Review is a US Pillars company, owned by Dave and Lisa Uhrik of Cookeville. It is also part of the City Book Review collection. Visit nashvillebookreview.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org to see how to submit a book or become a reviewer.