NetGalley Newsletters

Reach highly engaged professional and consumer audiences with established, themed newsletters. Placements for any budget, frontlist or backlist! Themes include popular general categories, as well as niche topics such as: LGBTQIA, Diverse Reads,  Picks for Book Clubs, True Crime, Short Fiction, Holiday Books, Cooking & Coffee Table Books, Disability Pride Month, Current Events & Politics, etc.

Premium Edition Newsletters offer the biggest reach! Occurring just a few times throughout the year, these newsletters are sent to our largest lists of U.S. members interested in our top categories. On average, Premium Editions will reach 85,000 members!

2024 Newsletter Placements: Reserve via this form
View 2024 Newsletter calendar here.

Prices:
Standard Editions (targeted reach):
$800 USD Spotlight Placement
$700 USD Regular Placement

Premium Editions (largest reach):
$1,000 USD Spotlight Placement
$900 USD Regular Placement

Each newsletter contains one Spotlight Title that appears at the top (see example image below). Regular placement Newsletter spots are filled first-come, first-serve. 

Books don’t need to be available for Request/Read Now in order to be in a newsletter, if you’d prefer to generate Wishes, or Pre-Orders with a retail link. Books with a Request/Read Now CTA must be in NetGalley and active at least one week prior to newsletter send date.

Audiobooks can be included in any NetGalley Newsletter. FYI we also have Audiobook-specific Newsletters every few months! 

ADDITIONAL PROMOTIONS WITHIN NEWSLETTERS:

Banner Ads: each NetGalley Newsletter can contain 2 Ads, one Top Banner and one Middle Banner. The Top Banner is located directly below the Spotlight Title in the Newsletter, providing high visibility—your ad is seen before anything else! Learn more here.

Bonus Section: Take advantage of the “Bonus Section” for books with smaller budgets (just $200-250/cover). Learn more here.

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