ABOUT LAUNCH TEAMS
Joining an author’s launch team provides some really great benefits. You receive a copy of the author’s books before anyone else…and you receive them for free.
Being a member of a launch team also brings with it responsibility. While you receive the author’s books for free, you are also expected to read and review the book before the formal launch date–that is, the day the book goes on sale to the general public.
Here’s how it works. If you’ve found an author whose writing you really enjoy and who is looking for members to join his/her launch team, you can let them know you are interested. For example, I am always looking for readers willing to participate. If you’d like to join my launch team, please click one of the launch team links on this page.
ABOUT JAY’S LAUNCH TEAM
Once a copy of my next book is complete (as of this writing in October 2017, that would be Green Bay Outsiders), I will send you a copy. I will also let you know the date when I will formally publish the book to the public.
Finally, I will ask you to read the book and leave an honest review on Amazon and Goodreads. When I say HONEST, I mean just that. If you don’t like the book, leave a review to that effect; if you did like it, by all means, leave a review indicating that as well. It is the author’s job to write a good book and if I were to fail in that task, I would look forward to my readers’ constructive feedback so I can apply their useful advice to my next work.
Since online retailers such as Amazon consider a variety of factors (including the number of published book reviews) when deciding which books to present to readers on their site looking for something to read, any review (even a negative one) can be helpful.
So that’s it! Are you interested in joining my launch team? If so, please click the link below, or the one at the top of this page, and thank you. It means a lot to me that you would invest your time in reading my novels. Feel free to drop a line at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or comments.