Placement for Review
Have your audiobook featured on The Audiobookworm’s Adopt-An-Audiobook page for an unlimited amount of time! Send up to 10 digital codes/copies of one* audiobook and I will handle the distribution for you. An email will be sent to all review affiliates promoting your audiobook for review. Your audio will be given its own section on the Adopt-An-Audiobook page where its cover, basic information, synopsis, and a sample will be prominently displayed. News of the audiobook’s placement will also be frequently broadcasted across social media.
Those adopting will always be asked to provide commentary on the audiobook’s narration, as well as the story itself. Reviews can be posted on blogs, social media, and review websites. You may advise of anywhere else you would like the reviews to be crossposted when placing your audiobook for review. Please note that this only applies to one audiobook title at a time.
The goal of placing your audiobook on the Adopt-An-Audiobook page is to find reviewers without having to go door-to-door, or blog-to-blog. Anyone can “adopt” your audiobook for review at their discretion and will be expected to give an honest review. A copy of your audiobook will be gifted to them through the Audible website. I am the only one that will have access to the actual codes.
It will be my job to keep tabs on how your audiobook is distributed and inform you once the review has been completed. Reviews above 3.5 stars will be promoted by The Audiobookworm on social media and linked as “successful audiobook adoptions” on this website.
If you are looking for an easy way to get honest feedback, without having to pedal your audiobook, consider placing it for “adoption” (review) with The Audiobookworm.
*Note: Placing the first 10 codes/copies of a title is $15, but for every additional 10 codes/copies of the same title, it’s only $10.
You can ask for remaining codes to be returned to you at anytime, but refunds can be offered only if none of the copies have been adopted.
US codes are preferable because they are more often requested. You’ll be contacted if a UK code is requested.