Template Language for Readers to Request a Title

Sending a link to your title in the NetGalley catalog is an easy way to direct anyone to a digital review copy, while still maintaining control over approving or declining their request. Share the link using whichever method you like best – just use the "Copy Link" button to add the url to:

  • emails
  • website (“Reviewers, request this galley at…”)
  • online advertisements (banner ads in Shelf Awareness or PW Daily...)
  • tweets 
  • Facebook and other social/book networks

TEXT FOR GENERAL INVITES (not using the Widget):

[add info about title here] Here's your chance to read it today via NetGalley.

NetGalley is a service to help book advocates and industry professionals discover and recommend new books to their audiences. If you are a reviewer, blogger, librarian, bookseller, educator, journalist or other member of the media, you can use NetGalley for free to request, read, and recommend books before they are published. NetGalley helps reduce our environmental impact while also giving you faster access to our titles!

Register now at www.NetGalley.com and search the catalog to view our available digital review copies. Then just hit the “Request” button for the title(s) you want.

Once you request the title, you’ll just need to wait until we approve your request, and then the title will appear on your Shelf (under "Start Reading"). You will receive an email notification once your request is approved, so that you’ll know to login to view the galley.

You’ll have the option to download the galley to your computer or read it on a variety of devices. You can find step-by-step instructions for each here.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact NetGalley at support@netgalley.com.

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