GET PAID TO REVIEW BOOKS

GET PAID TO REVIEW BOOKS

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There are many websites that pay you to review books. Do what works best for you during this global pandemic but don?t become a slave to people?s opinions on social media especially when their suggestions can put you in a difficult position (you struggling to keep up with online pressure which can affect your emotional security).

There are 6 people who found opportunities to review books on my Twitter tl and they get paid for doing what they love. See tweet ??

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Some of the bigger ones include:

1. Online Book Club

Get Paid to Review Books, Completely Free

Most payouts currently range between $5-$60 per review.

https://onlinebookclub.org/

2. Any Subject Books

We prefer to pay on a specific book basis as it depends on a number of factors including word count (it?d be unfair to pay someone the same rate for reading a 10-page short story as 500-page blockbuster).

http://www.anysubject.com/

3. Kirkus Media

Reviews are about 350 words due two weeks after the book is assigned. Kirkus currently reviews nearly all genres for books of all lengths, in digital, hardcover and paperback format.https://www.kirkusreviews.com/

4. Publishers Weekly

https://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/home/index.html

5. The U.S. Review of Books

Reviewers are paid monthly for every review completed during the previous month. Checks are sent by the 5th day of each month.

http://www.theusreview.com/

6. Upwork

Upwork, a freelancing network that connects freelancers

Upwork offers thousands of including jobs for books reviewers that are paid as independent contractors.

https://www.upwork.com/

7. Book Browse

Our reviewers tend to write about one review a month for us, and receive a byline and modest payment.

https://www.bookbrowse.com/reviewers/index.cfm/fuseaction/apply

8. Writing for Women’s Review of Books

Send pitches towrbeditor@oldcitypublishing.com

WRB pays a flat fee of $100 for each review assigned and published. Please note that most WRB writers are experienced reviewers, academics, or journalists.

https://t.co/y1e6GHSh6p

9. Contena

This is a job board for freelance writers where you can occasionally find book review gigs that pay fairly.This is not a free job board to access, but they often do offer discounts on monthly memberships.

https://t.co/BAuv4HQfeA

10. Astronomy

Did you know you could actually getpaidto read and review books?

Astronomy? An online magazine always accepting submitted reviews.

https://t.co/og5lSuj3CH

11. Gold Old Boat

Did you know you could actually getpaidto read and review books?

Good Old Boat? Pays 50$ per accepted book review on a preselected title.

https://t.co/0mrP0vXiGZ

12. Read Dream Relax

Did you know you could actually getpaidto read and review books?

Apply to become a member of the book reviewing teams.

https://t.co/h0GXLtzVp3

13. Crowd Content

Looking for great writing assignments? We’re writing thousands of city pages and could use your help.

Apply today and earn 8 cents per word. Generous deadlines, your choice of assignments, and minimal research required.

https://t.co/8gk5dqR9Yi

14. VQR is a journal of literature and discussion

For poetry, it pays $200 per poem (up to four). If they accept a group of five or more poems, you?ll earn $1,000. Prose pays around 25 cents per word. Book reviews earn $500 for 2,000-2,400 words.

https://t.co/IuIlTox8YH

15. Some Guidelines to get you started*How to improve your writing and reviewing skillshttps://t.co/WrqSvPiJA8

*How to Become a Book Reviewerhttps://t.co/gbPbKGi1rU

*How to write a book reviewhttps://t.co/pzrKR7q3l2

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