Business, Computers & Technology, Professional, Politics & Travel

7 Responses to Business, Computers & Technology, Professional, Politics & Travel

  1. Hello,

    I just finished and published my book, economics: a simple twist on normalcy. The premise of the book is to incorporate economic theory into social media, pop culture, business, education, and history to help determine why certain things happen. I am interested in either having you review my book, a spot for a book blog tour, or an interview. Your site seemed like a relevant place for the book, so I wanted to reach out.

    The website for more information about the book is

    I’m looking forward to hearing from you.
    Thanks in advance,

    Kersten Kelly

  2. Luanne Lusic says:

    Author of self-published ebook, “Hostel by the Sea: Living, Loving, & Working in an American Hostel,” is looking for book bloggers who are interested in reviewing my book.

    This travel memoir give a unique perspective on what it is like to live and work in an American hostel. From the daily operations of running a hostel, to the colorful guests who grace its walls, this is an inside look at the lives and personalities who come together to create a truly remarkable tale that will appeal to readers who appreciate adventure, romance, and taking risks in life.

    If you are interested, please email me at and I will email a PDF of book to you. Looking forward to hearing from you!

  3. why your not updating this category ?

  4. Good day;
    I have recently completed writing a book that deals with common reasons for project failure, and presents a series of strategies and solutions to improve project execution performance. The book is called “Why is it that my kite won’t fly?” which is based on an analogy between flying a kite and managing a project. It touches on fundamental areas of management often forgotten or poorly managed, such as decisions, communications, change, risk, quality and stakeholders. Moreover, the book is supported on real (evidenced)examples, in depth research, 30 years of professional experience, and lots of diagrams to help the reader understand the concepts and strategies. The language used is simple and informal. My true desire is to help the newer generations of professionals, who are working in project development, achieve good and consistent performance, and I think of my book as an excellent tool to get them ahead.
    I would very much like to invite you to review my book. If interested, please reply to me with your acceptance and kindly indicate the email to use to send you an e-copy of it.
    Thank you very much.

  5. Alastair McDermott says:

    I’m looking for readers with an interest in websites or business to review my book “Running a Website with WordPress: A Quick Guide for Business Owners”

    It’s full of practical advice and tips for those who want to make sure they’ve got all the important elements of a successful website in place. It covers all the essential basics, as well as covering crucial topics like how to get started increasing your online sales and generating leads.

    It includes:

    – a single change that can get you 40% more visitors
    – how to avoid having your website hacked (90% of site owners don’t do this)
    – tips on choosing a hosting company
    – a guide to the essential types of WordPress plugins

    If you’d be interested in reading and reviewing, please send an email to info at for more details.


  6. Summer says:

    We may be able to help. Take a look at our reviews on “The Bookshelf” ( and decide if you’d like to submit.

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