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Do you love books? Do you have a blog or website? Are you happy to share reviews and more on your blog?


If you have answered yes to any of these questions, then I would love to invite you to join my growing team of blog tour hosts. 

All you need to do is fill in this form. I will be matching the genres and age range to your interests, and will be in contact only when I have a book that may be of interest to you. 

In addition to blog tours, I will also be in contact when we have cover reveals, blitzes and all other book promotions that you could be interested in. There will be no obligation to take part in anything.  

So if you are interested, please take a few minutes and sign up & become one of my hosts. 

By signing up to be part of the Rachel's Random Resource host family, you must agree to:

  • You must post on the date agreed

  • You must have either a blog or bookish Facebook page (not personal account), or bookstagram account with evidence of reviews. 

  • If you can't post on the agreed date you need to let me know in advance

  • I'm operating a three strikes and you are out policy, failure to post on your tour date for three tours, without advance notice and I'll take you off my list. Sorry but I need reliable people

  • If reviewing you are encouraged to post to Amazon and Goodreads too if possible

  • I intend to supply all information for your posts no later than 1 week before the tour starts. Exceptions may be made for cover reveals. 

  • Remember to share your posts on social media, so we can get as large an audience as possible for your blog and the authors. 

  • Posts should be live ideally by midday on your agreed date (in your timezone).  Scheduling posts in advance helps with this. If that isn't possible then not to worry, I'd rather see a post at any point during the day than none at all

  • As blog tours are promotional events, ideally we want positive reviews on them. If you are really disliking a book then please let me know as soon as you can, and we can discuss where to go from there. 

  • And it should go without saying that all reviews should be spoiler free. Nothing worse than reading a review of a book you are interested in, and then finding out key plot points as it negates the need to buy the book then as the reader knows what happens. 

If you have any questions or queries about becoming a blog tour host then please contact me

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