I've pointed you to a lot of creative writing resources OUTSIDE my website, but today I'm going to talk about a resource I've got right here. If this feels like shameless self-promo to you, sorry about that! I'm just posting another epic resource that can help you out--it just so happens to be on my site. Book Reviews are the lifeblood of every author, but they are doubly important for indie authors. Reviews are the best way to spread word of our books, and whether they're a 2-star or a 5-star review, they help future customers make informed decisions. The question is: where do you get reviews from? If you've already pestered everyone in your social media circle, friends, and family, now what? Enter The Ultimate Guide to Book Review Websites. I've compiled a list (currently at 501, but I'll be at 1001 within the next few months) of book review websites, blogs, Facebook Pages, YouTube channels, even Twitter users. The list is organized according to genre accepted, whether they offer author interviews/guest posts/promo opportunities, and whether they accept indie/self-published authors. All of the sites are open for reviews, and have posted at least in the last calendar year. It's the most comprehensive and up-to-date a list you'll find anywhere! For those who don't have the $$ to spend, I'm giving away a list containing 100 links to websites that accept most types of fiction (and some non-fiction). It's a good place to get started! Heck, you'll probably take a few weeks/months to get through that list and submit to every review site. Fingers crossed, you'll get a few dozen reviews from it. But, if you want to check out the complete list, it's a paltry $2 for the entire, organized list. It's definitely a resource worth considering, and it can help you get more reviews for and spread word about your book!