Are you an author with a vision for a better world?
Do you have a published book of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, or mixed genre that uplifts and empowers readers to create a more positive inner and outer environment? If so, I’d love to hear more about it.
On a “Better World of Books,” I interview authors and review books of all genres that offer a vision for a better world.
What does this mean, and how do you know if your book fits this criteria?
Basically, if you wrote your book with the intention to fill your readers with hope, joy, positivity, or a sense of empowerment, it probably belongs in “A Better World of Books” and I’d love to share it with the world.
If you think your book is a part of this vision, please send me a brief synopsis of it via email to email@example.com or through my contact page. If I agree with you, I’ll happily request a review copy in exchange for an honest and uplifting review of your book on my blog.
Alternatively, if you would like to be interviewed for my blog (which is great if you have written several books that fit this criteria) I will happily supply you with a tailored list of questions for you to answer that will help share your own “Better World of Books!”
Thank you for helping to create a better world through books!
Featured Books and Authors on “A Better World of Books”
Celia and the Little Boy by Irene Applebaum Buchine: the tale of a child trapped in the darkness and a little girl who helps him to find the light.
An Interview with Children’s Author & Illustrator Andrea Torrey Balsara: an author’s quest to instill hope, optimism, unity, and courage in children of all ages.
Amazing Matilda: A Monarch’s Tale by Bette A. Stevens: a young caterpillar’s journey of growth and transformation.
Meet Sarah Woodard, an author on a mission: she writes books for kids and adults that encourage connection to self, soul, and the environment.