I just received an email from a PR specialist at Amazon Publishing with requests to send advance digital review copies.
Fun how I can have been working over 10 years with authors and reviewers and never knew Amazon had that service 🙂 In stead of just posting on our website and Review Magazine I have been more active on Amazon on request of the authors and publishers so maybe I climbed high enough in ranking that I am now on a secret mailing list of Amazon?? You never know.
But it does sound as a easy job, promoting books at Amazon. They have inside who is the most active and fits best with your book, plus have all the contact info to get connected with those people and their connected blogs.
Do you know Amazon Publishing? Or ever worked with them?
Amazon Publishing is composed of 11 imprints:
AmazonEncore (Rediscovered Works)
AmazonCrossing (Translated Works)
Thomas & Mercer (Mystery, Thrillers, and Suspense)
Montlake Romance (Romance)
47North (Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror)
Little A (Literary Fiction)
Skyscape (Teen and Young Adult)
Two Lions (Children’s Picture Books, Chapter Books, and Novels)
Jet City Comics (Comics and Graphic Novels)
Grand Harbor Press (Spirituality and Self-Discovery)
Amazon Publishing (Nonfiction, Memoirs, and General Fiction)
They support authors with editorial collaboration, cover design, marketing and PR support, fast and efficient production, and access to a global marketplace of readers—along with some things authors might not expect, including monthly royalty payments, access to daily sales reports, and a dedicated Author Relations Manager.
more info about Amazon Publishing (or maybe just curious just like me)