Publishers and Authors:
Welcome to BookClubCookbook.com’s GalleyMatch! Our program allows you to easily share advance reading copies—as well as newly released books, or hardcovers for paperback releases— with book clubs that would like to read them.
The FAQs below will help you understand how GalleyMatch works. Please contact us at Info@bookclubcookbook.com if you have any further questions.
When you're ready to place galleys, please complete the Publisher GalleyMatch Registration Form.
If you’re wondering if a title is a good fit for GalleyMatch, or have any questions about the program please contact us at email@example.com.
We look forward to working with you!
Thank you, publishers:
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Frequently Asked Questions
How many galleys can we provide?
The majority of book clubs have 6 or more members, and we request a minimum of 30 print galleys. You can also offer a combination of physical and digital galleys, but plan to include more print galleys - we can't determine in advance the number of digital galleys that might be requested. Publishers should plan to provide access to digital galleys through NetGalley, and send a widget that we can distribute to those members.
How many book clubs will we reach?
We will match your galleys with our registry of book clubs based on group size and reading preferences. The book clubs on our registry average 10-12 members, but some are much bigger or smaller. You will provide galleys for all members of the groups reading the selected title. You can designate the number of galleys and an approximate number of book clubs to receive galleys.
Who mails the galleys?
Publishers mail print galleys or books directly to the book club coordinators and create widgets for NetGalley access.
What are the rates?
Rates are determined per book, making it easier for you to calculate your GalleyMatch costs in advance. Click for GalleyMatch rates
GalleyMatch is complimentary (up to 30 galleys) with Book Club Buzz
When should I register a title for GalleyMatch?
We recommend that you register galleys as soon as you know the date they will be available, so book clubs can put the title on their schedules.
Do you accept self-published titles?
What types of books are appropriate for GalleyMatch?
Adult, YA/teen, and young/middle-grade titles can all be placed through GalleyMatch. Our registry includes groups interested in literary fiction, mystery, women's fiction, historical fiction, sci-fi, adventure, fantasy, and nonfiction, including memoirs, biography, cookbooks, and more.
Do book clubs provide feedback?
Book clubs complete a feedback form and send photographs that we share on our website, newsletter, and social media.
Book clubs share their GalleyMatches on social media and we ask them to post reviews on GoodReads, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, NetGalley, and other websites that feature reader reviews.
How do I know if the title(s) I have in mind is a good fit for the program?
We recommend that you check with us to see if a particular title(s) is a good fit for GalleyMatch, or with other questions about the program, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read about GalleyMatch in Publishers Weekly