Book promotion sites can be a powerful way to get your book in front of new readers, which is why some authors work with as many free and paid book promotion sites as possible.

Whether you love this style of kindle book advertising or not, you can't deny its effectiveness. But finding sites to work with and researching their requirements can be time consuming. Plus, you don't want to work with sites that aren't worth your time or your money.

That's why I've compiled a list of popular book promotion sites based on my own experience and the recommendations of other authors.

Some are free, while others…not so much. Also, each site has their own set of requirements in order to be accepted. So, to help you out, I did some research on each one and wrote a quick bit about their stipulations and focus.

In this article, you will gain:

  • A list of the best book promotion websites, free and premium
  • An understanding of how these book promotion sites work
  • A couple of options in order to not have to do this yourself
Bonus: Want to know which book promotion sites are my personal favorites? Download my list of favorites and know which ones will give you the best ROI and be worth your time or money!

The Top Free Book Promotion Sites

The list below will allow you to quickly see the most popular book promo sites that offer a free level of service. Make sure to check the notes to the right and ensure your ebook meets the requirements. Many of these I have used, while others were ones I collected based on recommendations from by other authors. So please keep that in mind, and, if you find one to be incredible or terrible, let me know and I'll update as necessary.

Check this post out if you're looking for book promotion sites for audiobooks.

List of the Top Free Book Promotion Sites

ServicePriceErotica Allowed?Requirements and Notes
InkittFreeYesNot only will they submit your book to their thousands of readers, they will also offer you a publishing deal worth thousands of dollars if their readers like it. Fiction Only.
Awesome GangFree - $10YesAccess to one of the best free book email lists. The paid option offers a guaranteed spot on the home page and also various social media promotional boosts as well.
Indie Author NewsFree - PaidNot StatedFiction and Nonfiction both welcome, possibility to become the 'author of the day' and gain greater levels of exposure
Pretty Hot BooksFree - $25Yes$25 guarantees a featured spot on homepage for 7 days and send out to their social media platforms as well.
Digital Book TodayFree - $30No4+ average review score required, plus over 40 reviews for nonfiction and 18 for fiction
E Reader LoveFreeNot StatedMany genres and type of book found on this site. Also offers a specific ability to promote box sets.
Discount Book ManFree - $15YesFor front page listing for 5 days, pay $15. Sends out to both email and social media.
Book BongoFree - $150Not StatedPaid options include the ability to be promoted to various Facebook groups and to be featured as a banner ad on the site.
This Is WritingFreeNoGets you an author page and even a guest post allowing you to promote your work.
Kindle Book ReviewFree - $45Not StatedFree option requires 14 day advance submission and is not guaranteed, Paid option requires 24 hours notice and is guaranteed
EBooks HabitFree - $15NoA minimum of 5 reviews
Lovely Book PromotionsFree - $10Not StatedMust submit your book at least 5 days in advance. The paid option includes your book being promoted to over 60 Facebook groups.
New Free Kindle BooksFree - $25Not StatedAllows for permafree books to be listed. Paid option offers a larger amount of display space on the promo page.
Topless CowboyFree - $20YesSpecializes in cowboy and western romance, but open to erotica and romance of all kinds.
It's Write NowFree - $20Not StatedOnly paid option offers guaranteed listing.
Content MoFree - $3YesFree listings limited to 2 per month
One Hundred Free BooksFree - $100Not StatedNo guaranteed selection
The eReader CafeFreeNoA minimum of 3 reviews with a score of 4+ Book must be submitted at least 3 days in advance and be over 100 pages in length
Frugal FreebiesFreeYesNot just focused on Ebooks, this site has a lot of different giveaways and freebies.
Armadillo EbooksFree - $25YesOption to upgrade to a listing for 15 sites for $25. Other requirements are not stated.
Book AngelFreeNoPG 13 content only, so definitely no erotica, but also no severe violence or other violations of their ethics.
Free BooksFreeNoThis service has a special section for permafree books. If your book is permafree, it can have its own permanent listing page.
Korner KonnectionFreeNot StatedPrimarily promoted through a popular Facebook page.
Deal Seeking MomFreeNot StatedOffering deals on many different products, not just books. Despite the name, this is the type of site which any bargain hunter might come across.
eReaderIQFreeNot StatedContact to discuss suitability of your book
I Crave FreebiesFreeNot StatedContact to discuss paid options. No clear information is provided upfront.
Mobile Read ForumFreeNot StatedForum only, no form of promotion outside of this.
Totally Free StuffFreeNot StatedJust as its name suggests, Totally Free Stuff offers lots of things for no cost, not just ebooks.
BookpraiserFreeNot StatedFree account creation required. Offers the ability to create an author page on the site in order to feature more of your work on a longer term basis.
Reading DealsFree - $29NoNo sexual content, no hate speech. Good quality covers only. 10,000 words minimum. 5 reviews with a 4 star rating.
Free TodayFreeNot StatedFacebook group only, no website running at the moment for this service.
eBookStageFree - $50Not StatedMust have a quality book cover and a 'good' review score (not specified exactly)
Ask DavidFree - $15YesYou can submit the same book once every two weeks.
Authors DenFree - $75NoA basic account is free, but there's a fee to get 'gold' membership and receive a higher level of exposure
Book CircleFree - $20NoFree listings aren't guaranteed. Paid listings are guaranteed, with more expensive options bringing a higher level of promotion.
AllAuthorFree - $59YesThe free option offers a basic author page, listing on the Author Directory, and the option to add up to 4 books. No special requirements.
Gain ReadsFree - $15YesSubmit up to three book links. Books have to free or discounted to 99 cents.
Indies TodayFree - $79NoSubmit up to three book links. Books have to free or discounted to 99 cents. Submit your promotion at least 24 hours before your deal begins Submit each book title no more than once per calendar month. No specific review/rating requirement, but all books go through an internal review that considers your book’s cover, summary, details, and reviews.

The Top Paid Book Promotion Websites

Below is a list of the top paid promotion websites.  These services either offer to send your book to other promo sites (saving you time and energy) or will offer your book to a premium group of readers. In most cases, you'll get a better quality output through these sites…but at a price. If you want to see which ones are most worth your time and give you the best ROI, check out my list here.

Also, keep in mind the list of paid sites below includes some that I haven't personally used, and some that I have. I've worked to compile as legitimate of a list of book promotion sites as possible to make it easier for you to see what is out there.  If you come across any you love or hate, let me know and I'll keep the list up-to-date.

List of the Top Paid Book Promotion Sites

ServicePriceErotica Allowed?Requirements and Notes
Just Kindle Books$18 - $43YesHas a highly engaged newsletter readership and Facebook following. Promotes mostly romance, erotic romance, mystery/thriller, urban fantasy, & women's fiction. Next-day submissions accepted. Top-notch customer service.
Book Goodies$10 - $399YesSubmit 5 days in advance. One of the few paid services to explicitly allow erotica (no pun intended). Flat rate promotion, no complicated array of options to navigate and decipher.
Free Booksy$30 - $200Not StatedPricing depends on genre. Horror and travel are at the cheaper end of the spectrum while fantasy and romance are the most expensive. The size of the email list used by the service differs per genre, as each list is targeted to specific genre fans.
Steamy Romance Books$34.99 - $349YesSpecifically for erotica books. On another page, they also offer paid features as well.
Book Bub$113 - $3,984Not StatedVery strict acceptance criteria, excellent average ROI. Countless authors have reported huge success after being featured on Book Bub. The most popular genre on Book Bub, crime, has almost 4 million subscribers on the list.
Kindle Nation Daily$29.99 - $139.98Not StatedOffers myriad packages. You can buy either daily, weekly or monthly packages, and have the option of choosing to promote to specific genre pages or to the whole site in general. Service claims to be able to reach up to 180,000 Kindle owners each day.
Digital Book Today$20Not StatedSubmit at least 4 days in advance. Onsite calendar feature allows you to quickly and easily see whether it will be possible to promote your book during your desired time.
LitNuts$25Not StatedFocused on indie books, but will consider self-published books as well. Can be any price point.
Author Ad Network$129Yes and NoPromotes your book to 28 different promotion sites and other social media programs. If erotica, they'll only promote to certain sites that allow it.
Book Reader Magazine$20Yes$20 guarantees a featured spot on the homepage for 7 days. Also, allows you to submit an author interview for free.
Good Kindles$25 - $45YesThe costlier packages come with prominent home page promotion, social media and newsletter features.
Many Books$29 - $79Not StatedMany Books claim to get over 400,000 unique views a month. Successful applicants will be featured on both the website and in email promotion
Free Kindle Books and Tips$25 - $125Not StatedNo specific details offered, authors must contact the site and ask for more info about what the service entails
Hot Zippy$23 - $337Not StatedOne of the biggest ranges of options and prices available. You can promote your book for up to a month using this service. You can also choose shorter promotional periods, such as one day.
Author Marketing ClubVariesNot StatedService offers submission to 28 separate platforms. Many other tools found on the site which may help with your promo efforts, such as a 'bookalyzer'.
Free Books Hub$10 - $20Not StatedYour book will be promoted via email, on the website and through social media. Extra payments can be made in order to be more prominently displayed on both the site and on Facebook.
EBook Deal Of The Day$5-10Not StatedCosts $5-10 per marketplace (e.g Kindle, iTunes etc). Also offers a specific Kindle India promotion option.
Snicks List$1 - $5NoOne of the two cheapest paid promotion options. You can choose the number of days your promotion will run, with very small price increases for extra days. If you have a permafree book, your promotion will run for a year for only $5.
Buck Books$9 - $29Not StatedBook must be 0.99 or less during promotion, at least 10 reviews with an average score of 3.8 or higher, well written book description, pro cover design (specifically not Fiverr)
Awesome Book Promotion$10 - $25Yes5 different platforms available. You can choose to spread out your promotion on specific dates on each of the 5 sites or stack them all in one day.
Planet Ebooks$20 - $60Not StatedBooks with reviews preferred, but no minimum quantity/score
Hidden Gems Books$10 - $50YesThousands of quality subscribers and growing daily, newsletter goes out twice a week and price varies on package. All genres of romance. Also has an ARC program for attracting honest reviews
Bargain Booksy$20 - $195YesPrice paid depends on genre. More popular genres have a bigger list and therefore cost more.
Book Basset$8 per day - $22 per dayNoNo explicit content whatsoever allowed. Choice of either being a 'featured author' or being the giveaway of the day.
Book Gorilla$50 - $100YesErotica is accepted but must have "literary quality". Books must have 5 reviews with an average of 4 stars and be over 100 pages in length.
Book Lemur$25 - $35NoNo minimum review amount stated but "the more quality reviews the better".
Many Books$29 - $79No, but states will in futureYour book must have at least 10 reviews with a four star or better rating. Your cover must be professional.
Riffle Books$150NoBooks must be over 150 pages and professionally edited and presented.
WhizBuzz Books$49YesErotica is accepted but only if the cover and title are suitable for a general audience. The fee buys promotion both on site and on social for one year.
Genre Pulse$16 - $50YesNo special requirements. Genre Pulse prides themselves on 'not being fussy.'
Robin Reads$40 - $85YesBooks promoted specifically by genre. Erotica is allowed but featured separately. Books must have a good cover and good reviews to be selected. No minimum reviews.
Ebook Hounds$10 - $50YesNonfiction books must be over 100 pages. Fiction books must be over 150. At least 10 reviews averaging 3+ stars.
The Fussy Librarian$10 - $57YesBook must be $5.99 or less on the day of the promotion.
Book Barbarian$35 - $55NoBooks must be sci fi or fantasy to qualify. Must have at least 10 reviews with an average of 3.5+ stars.
Pillow Talk Books$35 - $250YesPromotes all romance genres, including erotica and dark romance. Promotions include social, website, and newsletter blast. Daily emails and rush order options.
E Reader News Today$40 - $140NoFull length books only. No minimum requirements but reviews are taken into consideration.
TCK Publishing$10NoProfessionally designed book cover, must have at least 10 reviews on Amazon, average review rating of 4 stars, book must be $0.99 or cheaper at time of promotion
BookMelon$19 - $49NoNonfiction only, High-quality professional book cover, Must have more than 10 ratings (prelaunch book promotions excluded) on your chosen book sales platforms and an average of over 3.5 stars
BookDoggy$18 - $20YesYour book is included in their newsletter and website. Includes a personalized post on their Facebook page. Will link to a series pages, specific giveaway pages, or a link to a video.
Unlimited Readers$9 - $18Not StatedMust be on Kindle Unlimited for at least the next 30 days. No specific review/rating requirement, but all books go through an editorial consideration that appraises your book’s cover, summary, and reviews.
bookdealio$70 - $250Not StatedEither Free or discounted by at least 50%. Typically, the highest price point in our deals portion of the newsletter is $1.99. Apply about 1 month in advance.
kbookpromotions$140 - $780YeseBooks only. Max price is $9.99.
Books Go Social$89 - $499No EroticaAmazon and Facebook ad programs with NetGalley and Editorial Reviews
Book Tweeters$15 - $65NoTweet Your Books to 500,000+ Readers for 1-5 days
BookRunes$25 - $40NoMust be $2.99 or less.
eBookSoda$29YesYour book must have at least 8 reviews unless it's a new release and an average of 3.5 stars or more. Priced at $4.99 or less on the day of the listing.
Red Feather Romance$100 - $125YesMust be rated 3.5 stars or higher, 50+ pages, Must pass editorial review
Book Cave$11 - $39 (Genre)Not StatedThey generally like to see at least 10-20 reviews, and love to see a lot more. If it is a newer release, reviews on the author’s other books may be taken into consideration, but even then, you should have at least 5 reviews.
Book Adrenaline$15 - $30NoMystery or Thriller genres only. Stand-alone novels or the first book in a series only. Free or discounted by 50% or more. Books should have at least ten reviews with an average star rating of 3.5 or better on the
ExciteSteam$15 - $75YesAll titles must have an average review of 4 stars or higher (new releases will be evaluated on the basis of the author's back list reviews). Free and discounted books are preferred.
Love Kissed Book Bargains$5 - $50YesYour book must be priced under $2.99, have a professional cover, and a ranking of 3.5 stars or more.
NewInBooks$299 - $499Not StatedAll books are subject to editorial review. Your book must be released in the past 120 days to qualify.
Romance Reads$85 - $175YesBook must be either free or discounted with the highest price being $0.99. High-quality cover required.
Free & Discounted Books$12 - $25Not StatedSubmit at least 5 days in advance. Almost every genre imaginable found here. Also the option to list any permafree books you may have.
BookRaid$0.15 - $40YesHigh quality covers only, no minimum reviews but reviews taken into account, price is cost per click basis with $40 maximum charge
Booksliced$18 - $43YesErotic romance accepted, but only if the cover is tasteful. No other specific requirements listed.

If you know of a legitimate site that should be featured here, contact me and let me know!

How Free Book Promotion Sites Work

These book promotion sites have collected a very targeted bunch of emails or built up a large social media account and are willing to do some free book promoting on your behalf.

All you have to do is submit your book information for a promotion, and they'll blast it out to their – hopefully – avid readers.  With all of those free downloads, the hope is that some of them will leave a review and the spike in downloads will help with your Amazon rankings.

So, why do they do such an amazing free service?

Podcast Episode – Learn More About Which Promotion Sites Are Best And How They Work

In many cases, these free and paid book promo sites will use their Amazon Associate link to point to your book. That way, if someone clicks on it and downloads it, the site will get a percentage of anything the person ends up buying within 24 hours of clicking the link. Yup…that's how Amazon Associate works.

But don't let that get you all riled up!  These book promotion sites are basically free advertisement for you.  By getting the clicks and downloads, your book will become more popular by the minute…and all you had to do was fill out a form.  It's a win-win situation.

Some even do it to see how well your book performs with their readers and will then turn around and offer you a very profitable publishing deal like Inkitt does — which is kind of brilliant if you think about it.

How to Best Use and Schedule Your Book Promotion Site Pushes

Discover the how, why, and when of book promo site marketing in this free video.

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Services and Tools to Make Working with Book Promotion Sites Easier

Now, if you are a writer with frugal living habits or just someone on a budget, you can take the above list of book promotion sites and hand-jam your information into each one. Grab a bottle of wine and some ice cream because that will take a little bit of time.

But, if you're a fan of outsourcing, another option is to go to Fiverr and pay someone to go through the lists above or follow their own list – although I don’t think they will be as thorough as my list. Typically, I will send my Virtual Assistant this list and have them do it for me, but until you make the VA leap, see if you can find someone on Fiverr to do it for you.

And here are some more Fiverr Opportunities

(P.S. None of these are affiliate links)

BKnights on Fiverr: This guy or gal is the bomb diggity of promotion sites sales. While his or her services have changed a bit recently, you still have the option of promoting your free or discounted book on their website and to their email list full of hungry readers.

Book Kitty Facebook Promos on Fiverr: Through this gig, they'll promote your book on 5 popular Facebook pages that the gig runner owns. With 600+ positive reviews, it's a favorite and go-to gig for many.

James H. Mayfield's Promotion Service: This one is my favorite — coming from my good friend Holger (uses a pen name).  Honestly, he has the most experience with working with these free sites. I took a peek at his analytics and well…the guy's a pro.  Plus, he offers other types of promotions to include Facebook, Reddit, forums and others. If you're looking for a free book promotion, (he does not currently do 99¢ promos), this one is worth checking out.

Fiverr Gig for 25 Kindle Sites

If you would like to make some extra cash, go ahead and start your own Fiverr gig and email me your link.  I'll include you on this post….talk about FREE publicity!

Premium Book Promo Submission Tools

If hiring someone to do this is not your thing, then you could always venture into the programming side of the world. Here are two programs/services that you could try. Neither of these links are affiliate links because I don't use them so I can't say with certainty that they are good or work. But if you try them, let me know your thoughts in the comments below:

Book Marketing Tools Submission Tool
Author Marketing Club

Disclaimer: Writing a post about this is pretty hard because every day these sites are are changing, going out of business, or just disappearing. I cannot promise that the information above will be the same when you click on the link. However, in an ever quest to publish amazing content, please, by all means, contact me and let me know if any information has changed. I will be sure to update the site to reflect this. Till then, stay frosty and enjoy!

Alrighty guys, well I hope you enjoyed this list.  Now go out and make the most of it, and be sure to download my list of personal favorite book promotion sites below.





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  1. Patrick O'Donnell on November 24, 2020 at 10:19 pm

    In your opinion, what is the best ad platform for non-ficiton?

    • Dave Chesson on November 25, 2020 at 12:38 am

      I’m partial to Amazon Ads because with those, the person you’re advertising to is already in the mood to buy something and on the platform ready to purchase. You’re just trying to convince them to buy your book. Whereas with other ads, you need to bring them from the other platform (like Facebook or whatever), convince them to buy, and to convince them to buy your thing now.

  2. ZEESHAN AHMED on October 20, 2020 at 7:57 am

    Im uploading a book on kindle with kdp select and ku and my genre is romance! so if i use free promotion sites or paid or any fiver service would it offend the policies of amazon?

    • Dave Chesson on October 27, 2020 at 12:05 pm

      No because they will promote your book on Amazon…not put it on a different market.

  3. Will Edwards on August 30, 2020 at 8:35 am

    Hey Dave, nice list. Here’s one to add:

    Free Books Showcase @ White Dove Books

    If you are an author and you have book in the Kindle store, we can help you to get interested readers by promoting it to our regular subscribers, our social channels, and our expansive distribution network consisting of 80+ sites …

  4. Rhishikesh Gaikwad on August 29, 2020 at 6:20 pm

    Amazing! Thank For Sharing List

    • Dave Chesson on August 30, 2020 at 12:47 am

      Glad to have helped!

  5. Nicola Claire on August 27, 2020 at 11:13 am

    Which of all these are good for promoting poetry books?

    • Dave Chesson on August 27, 2020 at 11:22 am

      Not sure since I haven’t promoted a poetry book on these before.

      • Nicola Claire on August 27, 2020 at 12:02 pm

        Ah ok – thanks anyway for your quick response.

  6. Ryan Janz on August 10, 2020 at 4:27 pm

    Dave: This list is really getting out of date. For example, a number of these site’s prices have changed dramatically. There are simply too many to mention in this comment. So, for it to be relevant it needs to be updated more frequently. It would also help if this list were alphabetized. And perhaps if any of the promo sites listed has a minimum word count required for an author’s work to be accepted might be included. For example, Free Booksy requires a minimum of 50,000 words. Those of us who write short stories in addition to novels, or who write short stories exclusively I’m sure would love that feature. Anyway, there is such a limited amount of decent lists of this kind on the Internet that are updated at least once a year that it might be worth your time to update it more frequently. I’m sure it would get even more hits than it currently does. You do such great work overall (I love PubisherRocket) and you seem to be highly regarded by your customer base that you could improve your standing even more so with an excellent list of this type.

    Thank you.

    • Dave Chesson on August 12, 2020 at 3:39 pm

      It takes over 100+ hours to go through that list and investigate each. But I have it marked on my calendar that I do it annually. Next marathon on this is scheduled for next month…although I’ll admit, it’s a task I do NOT look forward to doing..haha.

  7. teddy on August 10, 2020 at 8:35 am

    U Rock buddy!…so much good info

    • Dave Chesson on August 12, 2020 at 3:40 pm

      Thanks and glad you like it.

  8. Byrd Nash on July 4, 2020 at 9:57 pm

    Book Goodies link is broken – here is a good link

    BTW I caution everyone not to use your regular email on most of these websites, especially the free ones. You will be immediately hit with spam and scammy offers.

    • Byrd Nash on July 4, 2020 at 10:05 pm

      Ignite Your Book is also a dead link.

  9. Richard D Mason on May 12, 2020 at 12:57 pm

    Dave–thanks for everything you do! I’m pretty sure I’m not the first person to THINK of this question but I didn’t see anyone ELSE asking it so here goes…

    “Would it have KILLED you to alphabetize the list?

    Thanks in advance for your answer to this question.

    • Dave Chesson on May 14, 2020 at 1:17 am

      Haha…perhaps. I am taking a look at the article and updating it soon. Might use a table this time that allows for the use of sorting and such.

  10. Christine on May 9, 2020 at 8:19 am

    I submitted my books on and I found it useful. They offer free and paid services. Give it a try.

  11. Tim Maxwell on March 2, 2020 at 5:57 am

    This is an amazingly comprehensive list. Thanks for putting it together!

  12. Christine J Howard on February 6, 2020 at 8:46 am

    Thanks for this list, very helpful. Been looking for book submission sites for my book Coping with Suicide.Please also checkout my website.

  13. Jane Davis on December 5, 2019 at 6:07 am

    I highly recommend reading The Lonely Life of a Pornography`s Wife, especially women. Sure, It is about love and romance, mafia and murder, pornography and erotica, adultery and deception but It is really about how the porno movie industry in the 1970`s-80`s reached peak and when corruption took over. This nearly destroyed some of the wives who were unwittingly (and/or, unwillingly) involved. Oh yeah, yo men will like to read this too… a lot!

  14. Lily Pooh on December 4, 2019 at 4:21 am

    Thank you for the great info Dave! If ever you review your lists, there are two things I would love to see:
    1) Number of people reached (daily or monthly) so we know where to put our efforts
    2) which ones are compatible with Amazon`s terms of service for those of us who have an ebook on KU for sale.Thank you
    Nathalie Fiset M.D.

  15. jimbo on November 29, 2019 at 4:24 pm

    Great list, thanks.I’ve found to be a really effective, free promotional tool. You have to put occasional work in – tweeting or Facebook posting either your own interview or one of the articles – but it brings regular exposure in quite a classy environment

  16. peta delsonno on November 5, 2019 at 3:26 am

    great video Dave with so much info.

    • Dave Chesson on November 20, 2019 at 2:23 am

      Awesome and glad you liked it.

  17. Brent Robins on October 26, 2019 at 8:19 pm

    Hi Dave,
    E book deal of the day now costs $10 per platform (Kindle, Nook, etc.) Thanks.

    • Dave Chesson on October 29, 2019 at 1:48 pm

      Hi Brent, oh, thanks for that. I’ll get that updated. Currently doing an annual full scrub and test of everyone of those (a LONG process)

  18. Derrick on October 5, 2019 at 5:27 am

    Thanks for the incredible information. I am just about finish with my second children`s book and I am going to redo the illustrations to my first children`s book now that I have a solid marketing plan. I have been doing a lot of research since my first book. I feel even more comfortable about moving forward with the added information I got from your blog, David. Thanks, again, for sharing.

  19. eBookDeals Today on August 3, 2019 at 11:54 pm

    Thanks for the info! You can also visit these sites for ebook promotion:US based readers:
    UK based readers:….

  20. BooksLoom on June 25, 2019 at 3:31 pm

    I wonder if you could include our site. We charge $14.75 per book and also list the book on a email Quote of the Day service we partnered with. For more details.. /author/

  21. Leonard Kouroufexis on June 18, 2019 at 2:58 pm

    hi Dave, I keep subscribing for the list of your secret favorite book promo sites but I keep getting nothing in my email, (I also checked my spam folder) I, ve been trying for some time now but nothing, do not know whats going on(?) same happens for amazon kindle rankings book, Here is my email ( if you could pls send them to me, if its not too much trouble.. thanks a lot, I really love your work, its been VERY helpful to me….

    • Dave Chesson on June 19, 2019 at 1:22 pm

      Hit me up in the contact form and I’ll just send you the link.

      • Leonard Kouroufexis on June 22, 2019 at 11:06 am

        Ok thanks

  22. anita on May 2, 2019 at 6:12 pm

    I hope my book… sells more with your help thank you

  23. John W. Golan on March 26, 2019 at 12:09 pm

    Just thought I’d share some of my experiences. I did not try every site in the list, but the following sites appear to be no longer available:
    Ebook Lister
    Book Pinning
    Free Kindle Deal”Jungle Deals and Steals” appears to be no longer active (although the website is still there), and I had access errors when I went to check out “Free Book Club” and “Book Deal Hunter.”All of the other ones that I tried (and I probably posted my last eBook promotion on at least half of the “free” or “nearly free” sites) are still active and in-business.

    • Olga Kane on August 7, 2019 at 3:25 am

      Thank you for sharing!-)

      • Olga Kane on August 7, 2019 at 3:26 am

        There are sooo many sites… Difficult to make decisions…Thank you.

    • Richard Bordwell on July 9, 2020 at 6:59 pm

      I just checked eBook lister and they are open

  24. divya uplogic on March 4, 2019 at 4:14 am

    Hi,Thanks for sharing It is very informative

  25. Michael Vincent on February 21, 2019 at 1:36 pm

    I produce romance and have had the best book promotion success with Real Romance Readers!Check them out!

  26. Ian Cobain on February 18, 2019 at 2:47 pm

    The New Rationalist has an excellent non-fiction book review section at

  27. uma pipdika on February 16, 2019 at 6:13 pm

    So do i have to submit my manuscript here in free promotion sites?

  28. Cypher on February 13, 2019 at 6:41 pm

    My experience with BooksButterFly: For a book with 19 reviews of 4.5 star average I got abysmal results after spending 200 bucks. I would say that not many authors reply on a single source for promotions, so even with 2 – 3 sales and no analytics not even those numbers can be fully attributed to BB. They give you credit for future promotions if they do not meet their numbers, but then again It is a circle. To add to the frustration Amazon will only allow you to do a countdown promo every 3 months for each book.

    • Byrd Nash on July 4, 2020 at 10:10 pm

      BooksButterfly has a horrible reputation.

  29. Zeba Ali on January 19, 2019 at 6:17 am

    Will it not go against the policies of Amazon if I will put my Kindle ebook on Inkitt for free?

    • Dave Chesson on January 19, 2019 at 1:49 pm

      If you are signed up for Kindle Select or KU, then yes, that goes against their TOS. However, if you are not, then no.

  30. Kathy Denver on January 18, 2019 at 2:18 pm
  31. Alan Scouser on December 26, 2018 at 5:04 pm

    Do Amazon allow you to give away FREE copies of your published Kindle book on free ebook sites? If not, the other option for the author would be to write a free PDF ebook (in my case, a book of my short horror fiction), not publish it on Amazon, but put it on these sites as free download. However, that would not enable the author to get reviews on Amazon, would it?

    • Dave Chesson on December 26, 2018 at 8:59 pm

      Yes, so long as you aren’t under Kindle Select or KU. Here is a video that fully explains all the intricacies to giving out a copy of your book and Amazon`s take:

  32. Ryan David Dwyer on December 26, 2018 at 4:08 am

    Are there times that the differing submission tools post to the same sites and how do the sites handle that?

  33. Team Golfwell on December 19, 2018 at 4:29 pm

    What are the best sites anywhere to promote a free kindle book?

    • Dave Chesson on December 19, 2018 at 5:21 pm

      In truth, there are so many different sites and they all have different audiences so the best bet is to post your promotion wherever your audience is most likely to see it.

      • Team Golfwell on December 19, 2018 at 5:40 pm

        Thanks Dave. Will focus on social media groups interested in the free kindle book subject.By the way there is an author in the UK who is typing tags in his Amazon Book description. For example, after he writes the description of a Quotes book he has compiled, he ends his Amazon book description with this paragraph:Tags:Positive quotes, uplifting quotes, short inspirational quotes, famous quotes about life, inspirational sayings, encouraging quotes, inspirational messages, daily inspirational quotes, motivational sayings, inspirational quotes, great quotes, motivational quotes, inspirational quotes about life, motivational thoughts, inspirational quotes about love, sad quotes, good quotes, famous quotes, daily quotes, meaningful quotes, motivational words, cute quotes, short quotes, best quotes, motivational messages, quote of the day, quotable quotes, quotation, motivational quotes to get the blood moving, quotes box, quotes every man should know, quotes growth, quotes happiness, quotes and sayings, quotations history, quotes book, quotes life changing, quotes magnets, quotes quips and words, sentiments, life changing quotesSeems this helps Amazon shoppers find his book better? What do you think?

        • Dave Chesson on December 19, 2018 at 10:24 pm

          In truth, I’m not a big fan of using tags in the description. That said,, the algo`s own website, says they index product descriptions so it may have a small impact.

  34. DanyM on December 10, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    Do any of these sites promote Novellas?

  35. Jason Royle on December 9, 2018 at 12:53 am

    Thank you for compiling and sharing this information. It is much appreciated.

  36. Chase Peter Josef on December 5, 2018 at 8:25 pm

    The list of the best promos to do is not real right? I have tried with three different emails to get somthing and all I get a landing page for subscribing to your videos and podcast.Which of these 127 options should I use? This list is meaningless if you have no data on what works, you are giving us no more than google.

    • Dave Chesson on December 6, 2018 at 12:58 am

      Hey Chase, I’m so sorry to hear that happened, the list is definitely real and you should have received an email shortly after signing up. Unfortunately they often go to spam or promotional folders. Please send me an email at so I can get this sorted out for you.

  37. Stephen Ndubuisi on November 30, 2018 at 7:42 pm

    This is a great read. Thanks for the great insight on book promotion. However guys, if you need help promoting your book, you can check this out. have tried it out myself and I can tell you that it is awesome.It is cheap, rewarding and result oriented as well

  38. Durgesh on November 16, 2018 at 3:44 pm

    I never imagined for such a big list.
    Thanks for the information, it really helpful for me as an author for promoting my book.

    • Dave Chesson on November 16, 2018 at 5:14 pm

      No problem, hope you found some good ones.

  39. Millionaire Mob on November 2, 2018 at 6:33 pm

    Awesome! Thanks for sharing such a great list!

  40. Maggie Aldrich on September 12, 2018 at 5:09 pm

    Be WARNED! EReader New Today is NOT FREE! Their pricing is also listed on a separate page from submissions; nowhere is specific pricing listed on their submissions page. It is around $45 to advertise your book with them. Very misleading.

    • Troy Lambert on October 28, 2018 at 3:42 pm

      They do work well though.You can get a lot of sales from those promos.

  41. Andy Lang on August 30, 2018 at 6:21 pm

    Great list, I will be trying a few of these sites. My experience with book promotion has been fraught, and I’ve found that most of the free services tend to bring virtually zero results. Having said that I just promoted an epic fantasy book with Book Sends (… and I can honestly say that this is the first (and only) paid promo site that has actually produced results, for my $25 my book jumped from outer space on the Amazon rankings into the top 100 in genre. So I think they should be on the list above. I have a promo coming very soon on Book Scream ($8) so if it gives results I’ll let you all know.

    • Olga Kane on August 7, 2019 at 3:28 am

      Thank you for sharing.-)

  42. Parth on August 4, 2018 at 6:59 pm

    Hey, first of all thanks for the amazing information. the sites which you mentioned here are wonderful. i got some useful books from Free Kindle Books and Tips.
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  43. Michelle Moore on May 15, 2018 at 11:43 am

    Oh my word, Mr. Chesson! I’ve written a story which I want to give away to entice people to leave their emails in return. With some of the sites above I can not only display them full time for free, but I can also find someone (I’ll get in touch with your buddy, Holger, before my website is finally finished and see how much he charges and if he can be a platform for advertising my novel on all of the sites above.) I’m also in the middle of your AMS campaign video`s, which I totally recommend to anyone who wants an over the shoulder look at how to advertise on Amazon. I cannot believe the amount of information that you and your team have put together for us Author`s who are starting out. I’m staggered. I look forward to the next topic I come to in my quest to achieve my goal, which you have so unselfishly given your valuable time to. THANK YOU!

    • Dave Chesson on May 15, 2018 at 5:27 pm

      Thanks Michelle! That really means a lot to hear.

  44. Tuan Anh Chu on May 1, 2018 at 10:47 am

    First of all, Thank you so much for your ” Description Generator”, this is perfect. I have publish my first Kindle e-book on Amazon and I have a problem. Please, could you help me to answer this question:
    My book just available for day on Amazon and I do not see my book “Page Length” on a sale page, everything is good except this one. Hope your answer. Thanks!

  45. JennG on April 28, 2018 at 6:33 pm

    Just Kindle Books is a scam. Got nothing from them and they messed up my promotion days which I’m hoping doesn’t give me bad reviews. After emailing about the date mix-up, I’ve received no response from them. Not a legitimate site. Also, i think they sell your email addresses because I’ve received several unsolicited offers from other sites I’ve never heard of since signing up with them. Freekboosky was amazing. Bargainbooksy not worth it.

    • Dave Chesson on April 30, 2018 at 2:57 pm

      Oh wow…I’ll look into that – thanks. Yeah, Freebooksy is one of the best which is why it makes my top 10 list that my email subscribers get.

      • JennG on May 10, 2018 at 5:50 pm

        I supposedly just did a Butterfly Books Promo which cost me $100 for their PURE GOLD package, but they did not promote my book — there was nothing on their websites they listed, no email to readers that I can tell. I emailed them to ask for evidence that they’ve promoted my book and have received no response. They are criminals. You need to take them down from this list and your secret list. I am so disappointed with the predatory behavior of most of these sites.

        • Dave Chesson on May 10, 2018 at 10:18 pm

          Contact me via my contact page or email – i’d like to know more.

        • Newton on May 18, 2018 at 5:23 am

          Jennifer,We promoted your book only 10th instead of 9th and 10th.We’re very sorry we missed the first day and have done a full refund. You emailed us 9th and we responded 10th.We’ve forwarded you email newsletter from 10th and you yourself
          have emailed us that you saw blog post only on 10th and not on 9th.Please Note: Any given month there are upwards of a thousand promotion packages running. Unfortunately, there are a few mistakes every month. We have 3 checks in place to make sure we do not miss any books.This book unfortunately missed all 3 checks and we did not promote it the first day.Please Also Note: Emails take 1 to 3 business days to respond to. If you want instead to contact us immediately, you can do a live chat at our website ( or contact us at our toll-free number 1-844-WE-PROMOTE.Those two are the best means to get a quick response.

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  46. Tuan Anh Chu on April 22, 2018 at 10:56 am

    Please, could someone give me some advice about Kindle publishing: Could I publish different category ebooks under different author`s name(pen name) in 1 account ? THANKS!

  47. Sebastian on April 11, 2018 at 11:12 am

    Really thoughtful for you to include erotica allowed column because it can be frustrating and embarrassing for us. For those of us who write erotic romance too.

  48. azrael on March 31, 2018 at 1:41 pm

    Great info…Hope i can sale some decent amount of ebook

  49. Tatiana Tsibulko on March 28, 2018 at 3:14 pm

    Hi to everyone! I am an individual author on amazon and i am looking for tips how to promote books on amazon.
    From my experience i have found some services that help to promote books cheap and fast, in a few clicks, I tried bookmarketingtools service,its a good service, but too much expensive for 1 credit, i have found another one, which propose less websites for promo, but its much more cheaper, very cheap indeed):, I tried it and it worked well)
    If anyone knows good services to promote books, please share))

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    My publisher

  52. Jeffrey Roberts on March 8, 2018 at 7:59 pm

    Does anyone know anything about a promotion company called Book Nymph? I used to get a lot of ads for them, and was ready to use them for a new book of mine That is coming out, but when I tried to go to their website, I got a big red “X” and a warning about their security certificate; that it was not safe to go there. Anyone know anything about them?

  53. Amy Ireland King on March 5, 2018 at 11:12 am

    Dave, is there any way you could add to these tables which books accept permafree? Thanks

    • Dave Chesson on March 5, 2018 at 11:57 am

      Hi Amy! Great Idea! I’ll get to work on that update it. Once I’ve done that, I’ll send out an email about it.

      • Amy Ireland King on March 5, 2018 at 2:35 pm


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  55. Zack Wilder on February 23, 2018 at 10:09 am

    Kindle Nation Daily the greatest RIP OFF of all times. Paid more than 100 dollars and got two sales. Imagine that!

    • eapwriter on May 5, 2018 at 2:56 pm

      Yep, this happens often with KND – I know a lot of fellow-indie-authors who promoted with KND (various genres too) several times and never even approached the ‘level of sales success’ that the site continues to claim. I’ve promoted with them too with a trickle of sales for the amount you have to pay for their service. However, they ALWAYS have some ‘best-selling’ New York author endorse their service. I’ve been tracking their promo tactic for a long time now. However, a reality-check here.For an indie author ‘success-sales’ does NOT mean the same thing that it would for a legitimate New York best-selling author. If KND has 10-sales for that given promo-day for a new indie author, That is actually very good ‘success’ for that newcomer. If KND has 10-sales for an indie author who`s been doing the circuit for 3-5 years and has a dozen books out, That is not so good.Once again, realistically speaking, the ONLY promo sites that will get you 70-100 books per promo-day sales (and your book better be super-professionally edited, great cover with a story that will suck-in the reader from the first sentence) are RobinReads, BookBub, maybe Riffle Books and not much more. 15-30 books per day is a good performance for BargainBooksy, ENT, Reading Deals, eBookDiscovery (lower end performance), BookAdrenaline (genre specific) and maybe eReaderIQ.You need to actually TRY ALL the paid promo sites to determine which ones peforms and then which one PERFORMS FOR YOU. Yes, even promo sites are author-specific. RobinReads and ENT have done great sales for my Peacetaker series over the last couple of years – but they won’t touch my other genres. Go figure.

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  62. Renee Guill on January 4, 2018 at 5:18 am

    I’m just starting out as a book promoter. Also, writing a novel. Thanks for the tips. Do you ever make a list for those of us starting the book promo business? Thanks. Good luck!

  63. Renee Guill on January 4, 2018 at 5:18 am

    I’m just starting out as a book promoter. Also, writing a novel. Thanks for the tips. Do you ever make a list for those of us starting the book promo business? Thanks. Good luck!

  64. Dora William on December 30, 2017 at 9:58 am

    I am a new Indie author with a small budget. I tried with good results. Robin was very helpful in getting me reviews and sales.

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  66. RC Hancock on December 21, 2017 at 11:17 pm

    Ereader today is no longer free.
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  67. S Beth Crumrine on November 19, 2017 at 2:01 am

    I’m wondering about TweetYour and I don’t see them on your lists or in the comments, unless I just missed it.
    They boast 1.5 Million followers!
    Is that for real?? Or does it just scream scam?

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  72. Mike freed on October 23, 2017 at 6:10 am

    Thanks for the great list. Im surprised i didnt see top shelf book on there. They are one of the best sites around. Them and ibookpile until it was shut down. anyway heres the link, check it out.

    • brett jack on October 23, 2017 at 6:16 am

      thanks. and ibook pile started back up

    • Portia on January 16, 2018 at 5:47 pm

      its now. They changed it

  73. Job Ibex on September 26, 2017 at 7:26 am

    I tried book butterfly and the best description to the experience is that it was a pure rip off and a well organized scam. Even for their guarantee they don’t make refund but rather they make you buy more service with the refund amount as a discount.

  74. Ideaplunge Solutions on September 6, 2017 at 6:09 am

    This was quite informative. Got to know about how book promotion sites work, and was not aware so many free sites were there. Got what I was looking for. Thank a lot!

  75. Tikiri Herath on September 1, 2017 at 11:58 pm

    Hi Dave. Is there any reason Instafreebie isn’t here? Do you recommend it? Thanks.

    • Dave Chesson on September 22, 2017 at 3:24 am

      Nope…but I’ll look into them. Thanks for the heads up.

  76. Love Me If You Dare on August 21, 2017 at 8:41 am

    one of a best article…
    i am going to promote my book in free sites first. I wonder how the sales will grow….

  77. Michael Frost on August 16, 2017 at 3:54 pm

    How up to date is this list?

    • Dave Chesson on September 22, 2017 at 3:25 am

      I do my best to keep it up to date from time to time, but once a year I will go through all of them again, and reform my data and republish the article again.

  78. Tina Samuels on August 10, 2017 at 12:57 pm

    Shifted Sheets Book Promotions advertises all fiction, even erotica, to a large newsletter audience and on Facebook for $10-$20 for the regular newsletter and $40 for a solo newsletter with only your book. They get great reviews. go to “For Authors”.

  79. wesley on August 4, 2017 at 10:34 pm

    USA Digital Publication is another great source for authors and books. Visit

  80. wesley on August 3, 2017 at 9:09 pm

    Great post. is another good source for books and authors. Browse popular books and authors on USA Digital Publication. Add your books for free.

  81. Trevor Carss on July 28, 2017 at 3:43 pm

    Dave, these are incredible links, thank you! I was wondering if you have a blog post specific to marketing new eBooks, and your recommendations.

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  83. Trevor Williams on July 3, 2017 at 5:21 pm

    Thank you for adding our site to this great list. Could you please fix the link for book submission?

    Thank you in advance

    • Val Breit on July 3, 2017 at 9:11 pm

      Hey Trevor, the link is fixed now. Thanks for letting us know!

      • Trevor Williams on July 4, 2017 at 5:19 am

        Thank you very much!

  84. Jason Chapman on June 26, 2017 at 4:42 am

    Some useful sites here

  85. cloyd concepcion on June 12, 2017 at 7:43 am

    Great list, Dave! I’ve also compiled thousands of potential book reviewers (reviewed similar books to yours) here:

  86. Shantal Maharaj on May 25, 2017 at 4:56 pm

    Read your story on Niche Pursuits, amazing stuff.That was a bold leap from military to online entrepreneur. Congrads on your success. I like you to check out this website which does amazing free Ebook promotions :

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  87. Holly Hazen on May 24, 2017 at 12:02 am

    Hi Dave, awesome post. I just went through all the free listings to promote my ebook next month. Then I will do the paid versions to compare. Or would you suggest just to do them all in the same month? I am doing free 4 days and then .99 cents for the month as its migraine awareness month. (Good timing, I hope!). Just spent hours reading different posts on your website. AWESOME! Thanks ….

  88. Sam Burnell on May 17, 2017 at 5:41 pm

    Just thought I’d share. I’ve used Awesome gang and you might as well set fire to $10, but then it is only $10. More annoying was Indie Author News. This sites paid advertising is in the region of $100. I used this and I was soooo excited. It could be the boost I needed. Normal sales were around 6-10 a day and that’s with me pushing it daily via FB, website, and using Amazon advertising. So I did nothing on the Indie Author News day and sat back. I dropped from position 25 to 39 in my category, not a hit on a FB page, nothing at all on my websites, no sales. A big flat zero. I wish I’d kept the cash and put it towards a couple of days off work when I could have generated more leads myself using some of Dave’s great tips. Lesson learnt the hard way.

    • Carolina G. Nulatienpo on January 2, 2018 at 4:21 am

      thank you so much, that was really helpful. i wish you many sales

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  90. Winson on April 24, 2017 at 8:45 am

    Out of curiosity, how much percentage referral you make from inkitt? i see that your link is as an affiliate .. Also how did your book do after submitting them ?

    • Dragon Nerd on April 25, 2017 at 5:24 am

      Assuming you’re talking to me, my link is not an “affiliate.” I don’t know the guy who wrote that article from wallpaper, so my opinion isn’t biased. I just left a comment there thanking him for confirming my suspicions.

      The Inkitt website barely has readers there anymore. It’s just a bunch of writers fighting each other to be heard, that’s what it amounts to. People spend all their time fighting to get people — mostly other writers — to read and review their stuff on Inkitt and only Inkitt, which is utterly pointless. It’s not like reviews on Inkitt have an effect on Amazon sales, and KDP prohibits your books from being published there anyway. Even if Inkitt wasn’t a scam, the website still has little value for an indie author who publishes on Kindle.

      I didn’t post anything about Inkitt because I have a grudge against them (I don’t) or because I’m angry my book didn’t do well with them. I wasn’t there that long. I left when I had enough sense to realize the “publishing deal” was a scam.

      I don’t have anything against Dave. And — once again — I wasn’t at Inkitt long enough to hate them.

      I posted my comment to warn other writers, to help them avoid falling into a trap that other writers have fallen into.

      It’s. A. Scam.

      Thankfully, I got out before I could get sucked in and I’m trying to help others.

      That’s basically it.

      • Winson on April 25, 2017 at 5:30 am

        No, my question was for Dave, his blog post above is a referral link for inkitt. I can see why he is putting it in first place. Thanks for your warning @Dragon Nerd. Noted , and will not even attempt to try inkitt.

  91. koreprojects on April 20, 2017 at 4:17 am

    The above listing are good collected and thanks for sharing.

  92. George ironthumb on April 13, 2017 at 1:24 pm

    I signed up to get the best list of sites of the best ROI. but what I got was your Kinlde ranking ebook – very deceptive

    • Dave Chesson on April 20, 2017 at 4:06 pm

      Deceptive? No…more like a glitch – sad you’d jump to a conclusion like that…but then again, in today’s online world, I get where you are coming from. After putting in your email address, it’s supposed to immediately auto-redirect you to the page to download list of best promo sites. If it didn’t, I apologize for that and contact me via my contact page and I’ll send it to you.

      • George ironthumb on April 22, 2017 at 7:15 am

        I get how hard it is to put up a specific content upgrade for specific bunch of posts. Sorry for jumping into conclusions. I must have been real stressed out that day. Anyways I sent in an entry to every one of the ones above on the list (except the ones that require payment) lol.

        But I will highly appreciate if you can mail me that list. I really love your stuff btw. I just hope my comment helps as well as some kind of a feedback., it might be a good idea to test how your upgrades work because it doesnt just NOT lead to the page where you can see the list of the sites with great ROI it really ..isnt there, I hope you double check how that works. Maybe you upgraded some plugins and the option just disappeared. Happens to me as well

        • Dave Chesson on April 22, 2017 at 11:19 am

          Fully understand. There are a lot of questionable things on the internet. Just emailed you the link and I’ll look into my system and see what went wrong.

  93. Stephen Connor on March 27, 2017 at 6:26 am

    Thank you my friend, your authenticity shines through

    • Dave Chesson on March 27, 2017 at 9:19 pm

      No problem and that means a lot to hear 😀

  94. Jenna Collins on March 17, 2017 at 7:43 pm

    Thanks for the tip, I just tried this and we’ll see how it works.

  95. Dragon Nerd on March 6, 2017 at 1:50 pm

    I feel the need to comment here that Inkitt is a hack

    They aren’t a real publisher. They’re a scam and they are definitely not a ticket to publishing success. Writers are being duped into taking contracts from them and are basically ripped off, most of the time receiving no royalties.

    I mainly use the website to put excerpts from my books in front of readers, but already, I’ve got Inkitt employees sniffing around, like I’m the next sucker.

    • Dave Chesson on March 6, 2017 at 4:03 pm

      I agree that in the past, they had an issue with their marketing team doing things that ruined their name a little. But before I ‘recommended’ them I actually had a full meeting with their team, and President and discussed a great many things about their company. I liked the fact that they were using real data to help make decisions and appreciated their honesty about the mistakes made in the past. I also had a lawyer go through and check all of their terms and conditions, check their background,etc (yeah, I’m pretty thorough) and the lawyer gave them the low risk, good compliance green light.

      I did research on those who’ve used them and seen success, and checked all of their “as mentioned on” so as to make sure they weren’t lying but were actually featured. All came back good to go.

      Granted there are a couple of articles out there that refer to the previous issues (many of which aren’t personal experience but refer to other people’s articles) but they are right in their claim.

      Finally, the last thing I liked and gave me the warm and fuzzies is that I gave them a list of things I wanted to see them do differently and they immediately got to work on it. I had a lot of things to say about their landing page being a little misleading – wasn’t their intention but they saw where I was coming from once I brought it up.

      I also asked them to make it so that in the future they provide that data to all users. How awesome would it be to know which part in your book most people stop reading? Or how your book compares to others in your industyr for completion rate? They said they’d get to work on providing that. That alone would cause me to put up my fiction in their system because there is no other way to decipher this…and as you know, I’m a big number geek.

      • George ironthumb on April 14, 2017 at 10:10 am

        Ok Dave. I have submitted a Manuscript of my Kindle book on Inkitt. But question is – Does submission on Inkitt vioalate or negate KDP select program? I cannot seem to find an answer anywhere!!

        • Winson on April 24, 2017 at 8:33 am

          Yes how does that work? i already have my story up in kdp… can i submit that to inkitt as well?

          • George ironthumb on May 2, 2017 at 10:16 am

            well I submitted mine anyways. and guys from inkitt dont seem to be responding as well. I should have just submitted half of it instead everything. Mine is non fiction you should just submit part of your book there and tell them
            ” if you want to see the ending head over and buy this book”

            Anyways can you tag dave he’s not responding and I could not see anything on google as well. I dont know how to tag on this thing

          • Dave Chesson on May 2, 2017 at 5:16 pm

            Hi George, Inkitt only works on Fiction, not non-fiction. I had that in the list of requirements but didn’t have it in the chart. I’ve just updated the chart to reflect that so as to make sure that isn’t confusing. As for violating KDP Select, yes, submitting to other markets violates KDP select. They specifically say no other markets or found anywhere else…even on your own blog.

          • George ironthumb on May 2, 2017 at 5:36 pm

            I see…Thank you for clarifying man

      • Dragon Nerd on April 25, 2017 at 5:10 am

        ….it’s a scam. Hard to admit you’re wrong about something, I know. But the place is a scam. They don’t get anyone a publishing deal. This “publishing deal” amounts to them self-publishing your book for you on Amazon. Then they shop it around to agents. Then they take some of the money, *if* you get any.

        You basically wind up paying these people for stuff you can do yourself. Did you even read the link I put there? Of course you didn’t. Hopefully, other people will see this and see the light.

        Why should I give them my book so they can give it to agents, and then I have to pay them part of my royalties for that? It’s b.s.

        You can give me a long, rambling explanation, but the fact is, you are wrong. And given all the otherwise valid information on this site, it’s sad that you’re promoting a scam that rips off and hurts indie authors rather than actually promoting us.

  96. Alfred McCall on March 5, 2017 at 2:40 pm

    Are the sites and services listed only for Free or Discount promotions. Can we submit our books at full retail or are their other sites for that


    • Dave Chesson on March 6, 2017 at 4:10 pm

      Hi Al. Some require your book to be a certain price, while others don’t. It depends on their requirements.

  97. Mark Watson on February 26, 2017 at 8:50 am

    Dave, don’t forget to add my book promotion Fiverr gig, it now has 250+ 5 Star Reviews and you can check it out here…


    I will promote your EBook by posting your ad on my HUGE Social Media Network.

    You get massive exposure!

    We OWN the LARGEST Book Promotion Groups on Faceboook, Twitter and Pinterest.
    The main FB Group has 115,000+ members and adds almost 700 new members per day!!!

    All of these members WILL SEE YOUR ADVERTISEMENT.

    Only $5.

    “My freebie is SUCCESSFUL. Its at NUMBER ONE in the selected category.”

    “GREAT results!”

    “I have seen interest in my novel SKYROCKET today.”

    “Way beyond what I expected.”

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    “Kudos to marknpablo, the service is speedy, professional and downright amazing. This is so worth it, thanks again.”


    “The turnaround time far surpassed the estimated time – BY THREE DAYS!!! AWESOME!”


    • Jenna Collins on March 17, 2017 at 7:45 pm

      Hi Mark,
      I couldn’t find what kind of books you promote? do you do erotica?

    • Rich Nation on March 30, 2017 at 9:44 pm

      Stay away from this guys Fiverr deal. I purchased it the other day and it was a waste of $15.

      Your post is misleading in that you mention the job is to all of your social networks, it’s actually $5 each…Facebook, Twitter and Pintrest… not a deal breaker but dishonest.

      The 3 Facebook groups you posted my eBook in had NO LIKES other than yours and mine (you forgot to like of them BTW) and your buddy said something like “living the dream”, whatever that means. After looking through some of the profiles I realized they were fake. In all fairness I only looked through 5 profiles…could be a coincidence although unlikely.

      The Twitter post got 12 re-tweets and 6 likes. No complaints here.

      The Pintrest post was Spanish! I didn’t happen to read that in the fine print. My book is clearly English so the Pintrest post did nothing for me.

      To the author of this article: This fella is downgrading your quality, I’d remove his comment. Your article is amazing and packed full of good, rich information, hate to see other visitors step in his crap.

      • Mark Watson on April 6, 2017 at 9:59 pm

        “The Pintrest post was Spanish! I didn’t happen to read that in the fine
        print. My book is clearly English so the Pintrest post did nothing for

        No it wasn’t, it was in English.
        Our Pinterest address is Spanish because we are based in Spain but our audience is mainly from the United States, as you can see in the analytics below…

      • Holly Hazen on May 7, 2017 at 11:43 pm

        Will do!

      • Me on November 11, 2017 at 12:02 pm

        I got burned by these guys too and I got their Fiverr listing removed.
        In retaliation, Mark Watson left a 1-star review on my book on Friday.
        Everyone in my company has reported this guy and Amazon will be taking care of this Monday.
        A complete waste of money and big messy hassle.
        I am SO glad Fiverr removed their listing – DON’T BE SWINDLED BY THIS FIVERR SCAMMER.
        I have all of my proof.

    • Me on November 11, 2017 at 12:04 pm

      I got burned by Mark Watson after a shoddy Fiverr “promotion” transaction and I got their Fiverr listing removed.
      In retaliation, Mark Watson left a 1-star review on my book on Friday, 11.10.2017.
      Everyone in my company has reported this guy and Amazon will be taking care of this Monday.
      A complete waste of money and big messy hassle.
      I am SO glad Fiverr removed their listing – DON’T BE SWINDLED BY THIS FIVERR SCAMMER.
      I have all of my proof.

      • Dave Chesson on November 11, 2017 at 12:26 pm

        Thanks for the heads up on that.

  98. Kevin Tinto on February 14, 2017 at 1:58 am


    Title ICE

    (Amazon Review Count 1,560)

    ASIN For January, Using Kindlepreneur selected promotion sites.

    Units Sold 1,344

    Units Refunded 3

    Net Units Sold 1332

    Kindle Edition Normalized Pages Read* 1,061,328

    That adds up to about $11,000 a month, including the Amazon Prime Reading bonus we receive over and above. Kindlepreneur…use it. Do not waste your time with non-sellers comments. If they do not have a minimum of 1,000 reviews on one book…they know nothing.

    • SleepingBeauty on February 24, 2017 at 4:53 am

      which one is this for?

    • Jenna Collins on March 17, 2017 at 7:39 am

      what is the site? there is not book promo on the site you mention.

      • Kevin Tinto on March 17, 2017 at 3:41 pm

        I use them all.

        • Jenna Collins on March 17, 2017 at 7:14 pm

          Can you please narrow that down and suggest just one or two more to try and I will start there. I have only one Erotica Short out, published yesterday with zero sales. Last night I paid $14.99 for Erotica Everyday and booked a free promo on

          • Kevin Tinto on March 17, 2017 at 8:08 pm

            Okay. So, the major players likely won’t take that for two reasons: short and erotica. However, there are smaller one that will welcome with open arms. Go through the list, book what you can. Give your book away, make sure you’re on kindle unlimited. You’ll get reviews and will be paid for this readers taking it kindle.

            For the big time players:
            Bookbub- it has to be a hit, have a lot of reviews. A track record. I did 75,000 copies in two days on one bookbub drop.
            E- reader news: $30-600+ copies
            Choosy bookworm
            Fussy Librarian
            Good reads
            And on…..

            This site does a great job of listing at top.

          • Kevin Tinto on March 17, 2017 at 8:09 pm

            Don’t forget Tons of book promotion for $5.00

          • Kevin Tinto on March 17, 2017 at 8:16 pm

            I checked the book on Amazon. Drop the price to .99 or offer it free. A lot of readers will take it kindle ulimited and you’ll make about .050 a page. That adds up when you start hitting 100,000 pages or more. Get it into the categories where a handful of sales make it a bestseller. Do that by mining down in erotica for instance. If you can find sex with sixx after six, take it. Yeah, only motley fans give a, whatever, but damn, get a few hundred sales and then to off to the bestseller races.

  99. Kerrie McLoughlin on February 13, 2017 at 12:58 am

    YAY! Thanks for this! I’m going to give the free sites a try on my next book free days and then hopefully someday I can move to the paid sites 🙂 Great resource!

  100. Cate Baum on February 11, 2017 at 10:02 am

    Hi Dave – don’t forget your pals at Self-Publishing Review have an “indie books” BookBub-style service, no gatekeepers, all books welcome! Proven 100% over 2 years.

  101. grrenth on February 10, 2017 at 9:41 pm

    It’s a great list for sure, most of the genuinely good ones are on there. Although I’d also add InkArcade to it, it’s a really nice site…

  102. David VanDyke on February 5, 2017 at 5:35 am

    You may want to downgrade BooksButtrfly from “awesome.” A lot of people have had problems with them lately.

    Robin Reads is another paid service
    One Hundred Free Books is free and paid
    Ebook Hounds is paid
    Fussy Librarian is paid
    Book Barbarian is paid, SFF only

  103. richard levesque on January 29, 2017 at 1:55 pm

    I’ve had a lot of success with ereadernewstoday, but they are a paid site, not free as indicated in the list. Here’s the link for their prices, based on genre.

  104. Sam sandy on January 20, 2017 at 7:02 am

    The above listing are good collected and thanks for sharing.

    • Dave Chesson on January 20, 2017 at 5:26 pm

      Awesome and glad you liked them – took a LONG time to collect and test many of them and I have scheduled quarterly checkups on all to makes sure they are still legit. Will keep it up to date 😉

  105. Jaxon Reed on January 19, 2017 at 2:20 am

    readper offers free posts for authors, along with newsletter and Twitter promos. Contributions of $5 or $10 accepted, but not required.

  106. Zak on January 18, 2017 at 11:34 am

    Just want to add another one to this list that I came accross:

  107. Gregory Rzeczko on January 12, 2017 at 5:11 pm

    Adding another to the list:

  108. Jamilahmed Ansari on January 4, 2017 at 10:01 am

    You can get huge traffic from social networks because people wasting time on social networks so promote your book on correct social networks.
    I used this guy to promote my books and got a massive results.

  109. Ricardo Carlos on January 3, 2017 at 9:28 pm

    Frankly, I find FREE BOOK PROMOTIONS IS DEAD. It use to work but no more.
    So can you or someone provide a list of sites where I can promote my PRICED books at $2.99 and over? My books are mostly $2.99 (so I can earn 70% royalty) and of the sites you mention the only ones I found offering promotions for priced books is and
    So which other sites help promote books priced at $2.99 and over?

    • Jason on January 6, 2017 at 9:04 pm

      pop over to my webste I just looked at your book and would love to try and help promote it for you

    • Jenna Collins on March 17, 2017 at 7:23 pm

      I totally agree, I want to be able to promote my $2.99 product. If you have any new proven techniques, please share.

  110. SciFi_Fantasy Girl on December 22, 2016 at 11:42 pm

    Thanks, Dave – uber useful post and so well researched (as always) I appreciate you!!

  111. Tristan Summerfield, MA on December 22, 2016 at 9:15 pm

    Do you know how awesome you are?! This list is amazing and I am super grateful you show us the pricing, which saves us tons of time! Also, your KDP Rocket program is DOPE! You are seriously helping all of us succeed and thrive! Thanks Dave!

    • Dave Chesson on December 23, 2016 at 5:49 pm

      Haha..thanks Tristan. That means a lot to hear and glad you’re loving KDP Rocket 😀

  112. Joe Bunting on December 22, 2016 at 3:02 pm

    Thoughts on Bookbub?

    • Dave Chesson on December 23, 2016 at 5:50 pm

      Really hard to get accepted now, and the ROI isn’t as good. Same goes with their ads.

  113. Chris Brooks on December 22, 2016 at 7:07 am

    Great info Dave. Thanks ever so. 🙂

  114. Jonathan Cragle on December 21, 2016 at 9:10 pm

    Great list and I’ve had great success with your free and paid list on my previous two book launches. I’ll be using your lists for my upcoming book launch too! BTW, one fantastic service I didn’t see listed and has had massive success for authors is Buck Books. Reach out to them on Facebook or via the web.

    • Dave Chesson on December 23, 2016 at 5:50 pm

      Awesome Jonathan and glad you’re liking it. Funny I forgot to add Buck Books to the list. I’ll get that up there soon.

  115. Thibaut Meurisse on December 21, 2016 at 3:01 pm

    Perfect timing! Exactly what I need right now. Thanks a lot for your hard work Dave. Much appreciated.

    • Dave Chesson on December 21, 2016 at 3:15 pm

      Thank Thibaut and no problem. I had someone ask me if my writing was still useful even if it was 1 year+ old….I’m on a mission to make sure that ANYTHING I write and publish will always be updated so that I can respond emphatically…”YES”

  116. Buddhika on November 22, 2016 at 3:18 pm

  117. Buddhika on November 13, 2016 at 5:16 am

    I am also Kindle book promoter. you can try here : #kindlepromotion

  118. julius schenk on November 2, 2016 at 2:51 pm

    I’m a fantasy writer with a big twitter following, thus a cheap fiverr gig for promo of good free ebooks

    five bucks – five retweets

  119. Micah Brooks on August 17, 2016 at 4:43 pm

    Thank you David Chesson! I have an additional question. It may addressed on a post on your site already, please direct me there if so. I have two kindle books. One is currently KDP Select, so I can pay for keyword advertising. The other book is not in the KDP Select program. 1. Do you know if you can still advertise on Amazon somehow? 2. If not, would you recommend Google Adwords? Or, what is the best way to do PPC marketing that you’ve found? My KDP Amazon ads have been very beneficial, but it seems I cannot run them if I do not commit my book to the KDP Select program. When you have time, your answer will be super helpful. Also, I have purchased your KDP Rocket software and am loving it. For anyone reading this, I’ve tried multiple softwares and this one is my favorite. Thanks! -Micah Brooks

    • Dave Chesson on August 17, 2016 at 4:53 pm

      Hey Micah, I’m glad to hear that! So…let’s jump in: 1. Last I heard, it’s still only KDP select…which is sort of a bummer. 2. The best return on you ad buck is where you direct them to your email capture landing page. To send someone straight to your sales page from a click ad usually has very low ROI. But if you do decide to do Adwords, make sure you are targeting “buyer” words like “Books like Ready Player One” or “Best Sci Fi military Books”…these denote that the person typing in those words is looking for another book…they’re ready to buy. So, get your book #1 and you’ve got a chance.

      Also, it doesn’t have to be pointed to an email capture page. One tactic I’m looking to try out when I write my epic Sci Fi military book is to also write a blog post that is the “Top 5 Sci Fi Military Books” and add mine as the 6th saying that if you liked those five, then you’ll love mine. Then I’ll pay Google Adwords to direct people to that article (very low competition, so low cost per click).

      Just a couple of quick thoughts.

  120. Maxine West on August 6, 2016 at 12:56 pm

    I recommend this site:

  121. Michael Kearney on July 15, 2016 at 5:41 pm

    New! site redesign… submit your free kindle book: 100% spam free!

  122. Brain Smith on June 1, 2016 at 10:37 am

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  123. Billy on May 25, 2016 at 12:57 pm

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  124. jack thomas on May 14, 2016 at 6:26 pm

    Use this fiverr gig to promote your kindle book to over miliions of facebook users

  125. David King on May 12, 2016 at 8:04 pm

    Thanks for this useful information! I used some of them to promote my book
    you should try also this one to promote ebooks for free:

  126. Robi Don on May 3, 2016 at 2:08 pm
  127. Jason on May 2, 2016 at 2:58 pm

    Can you add They are great!

  128. Ebooksforfree Inc on April 28, 2016 at 4:41 pm

    You can also advertise free and 99c Kindle books on:

  129. David King on April 27, 2016 at 6:37 pm

    I will recommend also on the site below

    great choice to promote ebooks!

  130. Mike Smith on April 11, 2016 at 6:52 am

    Hi Another site to visit is it’s a membership site, completely free, members can put as many books on as they desire. Once subscribed members receive a series of marketing tips and idea every seven daysfor the first few months, they have the option of joining in promotional activities where by members help in promoting members books on their social sites, this group is called the ‘A’ team. Members can write blog post about their book or their life as an author, they can also place the first few chapters for visitors to read.Monthly newsletter keeps them up to date with what’s going on.

    • Keith D Guernsey on December 21, 2016 at 7:46 pm

      Redbooks works great!

      • Keith D Guernsey on December 21, 2016 at 7:47 pm

        should of course read “beezeebooks”!

  131. mari_marina on March 22, 2016 at 10:50 am

    it’s not entirely free? but it really works!

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  132. Lars Teeney on March 21, 2016 at 7:53 pm

    I have a facebook group for Science fiction and fantasy independent authors to announce their free promotional days:
    Free Science Fiction and Fantasy Ebooks:

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  134. Sandra Robinson on March 11, 2016 at 9:16 am

    I would like to recommend for ebook submission. May that helps all.
    Check this eg ebook :

  135. Author Kristine Raymond on March 9, 2016 at 6:26 pm

    Great list!! Thanks! I also run a promotion site called Kangaroo Reads. Check it out here –

  136. Shelly Ice on December 19, 2015 at 7:16 pm

    We promote e-books starting out at $5 here at Fire and Ice Book Promos! You can find us at

  137. Michael Kearney on December 5, 2015 at 7:35 pm

    New! Submit your FREE kindle promotion and get a fancy review with perma-link!

  138. Spoiled Reader on November 28, 2015 at 6:12 pm

    Hi Dave – please check out as well. Thanks!

  139. Michael on November 25, 2015 at 12:59 am

    We offer a longer term strategy that will help with your promotion as well. Our site that explains more in depth is:

  140. arip santoso on November 16, 2015 at 5:51 am
  141. Sharon Mayes on November 10, 2015 at 2:39 pm

    I would love to get 99 Cent Book Deals listed! We accept FREE and 99 cent book deals and list Free of charge.

  142. Star Book Reviews on November 6, 2015 at 8:48 pm

    Hi Dave, thanks for this invaluable list of resources. I’d just like to mention that we provide free reviews for indie authors at

  143. Free Book Dude on November 4, 2015 at 6:40 pm

    Hi, I am The Dude from I just wanted to voice a small correction or two. Authors can submit the same title only once per month, but they can submit as many titles as they want. I also offer paid and free promotion options for authors, publishers, and artists. Thanks for listing

  144. Guy McBryde on November 3, 2015 at 4:10 pm

    Here is an interesting new approach to ebook promotion I would like to share. We list your book on content rich pages and share it through our large and constantly growing social media following.

    It is super simply to submit an ebook and always free:

    Think of it as Pay-Per-Click advertising without having to pay per each click!

    Your Ebook does not have to be free, and once we list it, it stays live on our pages for as long as the Ebook is available for download.

  145. Ken Horlor on November 1, 2015 at 11:27 am

    Books set in or about New Zealand can be submitted to my blog on the subject
    Ken’s Very Useful Guide to New Zealand eBooks & Print On Demand

  146. Mike freed on October 14, 2015 at 8:35 pm

    Thanks for the list. is also a great site to try

  147. Book Promotion (Link Resource) | Strange Writer on October 14, 2015 at 6:49 am

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  148. Roman St James on October 1, 2015 at 7:16 pm

    Thanks for this Dave – great post! If I may blatantly self-promote, we also have a free Kindle book promotion site: We list free and discounted books and never charge a fee. We accept all types of books (including erotica), as long as: 1) They have at least 10 reviews 2) They have a minimum 3.5 star rating and 3)They are at least 100 pages long.

    Thanks again for creating this blog so full of interesting content! I appreciate it!

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  151. John on August 19, 2015 at 5:41 am

    Hi Dave

    thanks for creating this list. We do paid promotions ($50 and up) for both free books and $1 books. We have 125,000+ email subscribers.

    Some details that might help:

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  152. Kathy Collins on August 10, 2015 at 4:25 am

    Nice post. Subscibed! There are still more free websites to add in the ever-growing list. You may check out my list of the Best Free websites to promote your book and maximize your KDP promotional days.
    This includes 160 best free websites that will showcase your book and talent at no cost with bonus 40 Facebook pages to advertise your book. That’s a total of 210 places to promote your book for free. Not a single dime!

  153. Lindsey Watson on July 27, 2015 at 2:27 pm

    I have another paid service for you and I wonder if you might add it to the list… promotes free Kindle books to its growing social media audiences.

    It has two Facebook pages, one for the USA and one for the UK and has over 130,000 followers combined. Authors can share their ebooks to both audiences and there are a range of ad packages to choose from.

    I hope this is of use!

  154. Jim Liston on June 29, 2015 at 9:10 pm

    Thanks for listing my site,

  155. DjKoolaide Mix on March 26, 2015 at 5:00 am

    Dave…You are the Bomb Diggity!

    • Kindlepreneur on March 26, 2015 at 6:57 am

      Awww shucks, thanks!

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