Hi, I’m Heidi

Owner, designer, marketer

I have a background in graphic design and marketing. I handle website design, articles, and posting author interviews. I also manage our Sponsored Review program. I am responsible for our social media platforms, posting content you’re going to love, along with Chris (below). Together with Chris, we both share the Chief Cat Herder hat, managing more than 100 book reviewers. Ross and I both work with authors on marketing their books, each of us bringing unique skills to the projects.

If you have any questions about the website or getting your book reviewed, I’m the person to help you. Just give me a holler over email or our chat window on the bottom right corner.

 

Hi, I’m Ross

The man behind all this madness

I’m more or less the brainchild who came up with this concept in 2008. My role here today is to introduce new ideas, which drive the staff crazy, and act as an advisor when it comes to all things books and publishing. My area of specialty is working with our author clients on marketing their book(s) through Search Engine Optimization and outreach programs. I work with Chris (below) on ordering books.

If you’d like to pitch a book to us, you can email me.

 

Hi, I’m Chris

I manage nearly everything here

I’ve been here since 2012, so that makes me the keeper of knowledge. I manage the office and book reviewers (all 200 of them!), which is no small feat. If you’re looking at the book reviews here, you’re seeing them because I sent the books out for review. Without me, this place would fall apart, because no one else in the office knows how to use the postage machine. Two words: job security.

You can reach me by email.

 

Hi, I’m Lily

Chief greeter and package inspector

I’m in charge of office morale, inspecting everyone’s lunches, and receiving book shipments. Any visitors will be greeted with vigorous tail wags.

 

Hi, I’m Danielle

I edit the reviews

I started editing most of the reviews in 2016 because my PhD in English (a humblebrag if you’ve ever seen one) has to be put to use somehow. So I know the about all the books and how good they are, which is super cool in general but also terrible for my budget. And I’m the one insisting on the Oxford comma. It’s the hill I’ll die on. I would kidnap Lily if a) I didn’t have three cats, b) I don’t also love Heidi and Ross and would never hurt them, and c) I didn’t just make a public record of intent to commit a crime.

You can reach me by email.