Readers can now access titles from German publishers on NetGalley
Guillaume Musso, Jennifer L. Armentrout and Nele Neuhaus available on NetGalley.de
15 March 2016—As announced October 2015, NetGalley is launching its Germany platform this week at netgalley.de, in cooperation with vorablesen.de. NetGalley Germany is now providing access to digital galleys in German, and supporting German publishers in connecting them to professional readers and influencers.
The German site is already studded with great titles in all genres. Digital review copies from authors such as Guillaume Musso, Fredrik T. Olsson, Nele Neuhaus and Oliver Pötzsch, as well as Jennifer L. Armentrout and Becky Albertalli, can now be requested at netgalley.de.
NetGalley provides secure, digital review copies to reviewers, media, librarians, booksellers, educators and other professional readers. The plaform serves the needs of both publishers and influencers.
“We are in touch with a number of German publishers, and looking forward to connecting with them at the Leipzig Bookfair,“ says Marguerite Joly, Head of New Business Initiatives at Ullstein Publishers and leading NetGalley Germany. The official Launch will be celebrated at Leipzig Book Fair on Satuday, March 19th at 12 pm.
NetGalley is a service to promote new titles to professional readers of influence. If you are a reviewer, blogger, journalist, librarian, bookseller, educator, or in the media, you can use NetGalley for free to request, read and provide feedback about forthcoming titles. NetGalley delivers secure, digital galleys to professional readers on behalf of over 300 publishers in North America, Australia, the UK, France and now Germany, to help promote and market new books.
To register as a reader, visit www.netgalley.de and join for free. For more information about adding titles to the site, publishers should get in touch via email@example.com.
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