Muse, News and Views
There are similar sites around but apparently they either direct you to an American site or only provide information for one retailer, such as Amazon.
This website promotes books, they don’t sell them so they have no reason to push the Dan Browns of the world at the expense of a new author. They do not make any money from click-throughs. This is where Amazon (or whoever) pay a site a small fee every time a reader clicks on a link and buys something
Good for readers
All the ebooks featured have at least ten four-to-five star reviews on a recognised sales platform. New releases which haven’t been reviewed yet will only be permitted if they are by a trusted author or publisher with a strong track.
I’ve subscribed to the daily email list. Some days I delete it because I’m not in the mood to buy, but at least once a week I look through it to see what’s available. I’m pleased with the service – the newsletter is well laid out – and I like the mix of world famous and obscure.
I don’t usually get to hear about ebooks except from friends or other blogs. I haven’t got into the habit of browsing Amazon to see what’s on offer, have you?
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