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NetGalley is the leading ebook media review service and offers electronic galleys of books, both before and after their publication date, to 550,000 professional readers such as book reviewers, journalists, librarians, professors, booksellers, and bloggers. NetGalley is used by publishers and individual authors alike.

Here are more stats about NetGalley:

  • Approximately 550,000 active reviewers, booksellers, librarians, educators, media/journalists, and book trade professionals members are using to discover books and share their feedback with publishers and the wider world
  • On average, there are 7.8 Million average pageviews each month on
  • members submit over 94,000 reviews for digital review copies and audiobooks each month.
  • 50,000 members have expressed interest in audiobooks, a 375% increase since 2021.
  • Top Fiction Categories are: Teens & YA, General Adult Fiction, Romance, Mystery & Thrillers
  • Top Non-Fiction Categories are: Biographies & Memoirs, Nonfiction (Adult), History, True Crime

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Ultimate Book Blitz (our most popular marketing package)

30 Day Book Blitz

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More About NetGalley

NetGalley is for getting an ecopy or ARC Copy of your book in front of over 200,000 booksellers, librarians, media professionals, educators and/or reviewers. Booksellers and Librarians use this to find books they may want to carry in their establishments. Media professionals use NetGalley as a way to find topics and sources for their articles or shows, and reviewers use NetGalley to find books to read and review. Librarians occasionally do leave reviews directly on NetGalley. Reviewers do as well. NetGalley members are from all over the world, including but not limited to, the United States, Canada, U.K., Australia, other countries in Europe and Asia and more…

NetGalley is a great way to get exposure and reviews for your book so you can then make sales on the other bookstores you sell the book at. You will receive a report at the end of the listing that details who requested your book, feedback received, an overall snapshot of how many people visited your book, how many requested it and other opinion answers that might be left.

People must be a member of NetGalley to request a review copy. The pdf or epub file would be uploaded to NetGalley and then booksellers, librarians, media professional, educators and reviewers would have access to request the book while it’s live for requests. The book will then archive for requests, but would still remain on NetGalley for reviews to be left. NetGalley puts their own DRM security feature on the file, so it can’t be copied, shared or redistributed. If someone downloads the file directly to their phone, tablet or computer, the file will expire and can’t be opened after 90 days. If someone sends it to their kindle directly from NetGalley, it can remain there indefinitely or until they delete it from their kindle, but it can never be copied or shared.