#Awesome Site: @ReadingAlley

Want to share with you about this awesome site!

As a book lover, I’m always on the lookout for great books, and wouldn’t it be nice if these came free! 🙂

As you know, I’m a reviewer with The Romance Reviews, and their affiliate site, Reading Alley, recently launched! So….

Here’s a great site with free books: http://www.readingalley.com


We do need to write an honest review in exchange for the free book, but that’s what we’re already doing anyway, right? The best thing is these books are new (published in recent years) and you can get them immediately! (or as soon as the author approves your request, because these are ebooks)

Another great thing is that as we post reviews, we also earn something called RA Points that we can redeem for attractive prizes! As of now, it’s for an Amazon Gift Card, and really, for a book junkie, I can’t ask for anything better. 🙂

5 thoughts on “#Awesome Site: @ReadingAlley

    • That’s great, Elizabeth! 🙂 Glad I was able to help. Unfortunately, I’m so busy I can’t join in the A – Z Challenge this year, 😦 and I have already emailed someone to inform them of this fact, so I hope I don’t get blacklisted. Hopefully, I’m able to join next year.


  1. Thanks will check out reading alley
    #Blogging from A-Z swinging by to meet and greet. I am 471 and 472 in the long list, with MOVIES & What’s in a NAME Hope you swing by to 4covert2overt and Defining Ways. Hope to meet up everywhere @M_C_V_Egan
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  2. Ashia: I’m hoping you might want to read The Viking Princess and review it. But wait, this isn’t your typical Disney princess story. Morgaine is a sorceress who tutored beneath Merlin and while everyone knows of Excalibur and King Arthur, few know about his brother-in-law, the Danish Viking Prince and warrior, Holger Danske or his sword Cortana. And even fewer still have read the legends of his magical romance with King Arthur’s sister, Princess Morgaine Le Fey, and the tragedy that nearly tore two kingdoms apart.

    They met on a battlefield, poised against each other, but their attraction was more powerful than any sword, stronger than any warrior and more magical than Merlin, yet theirs is a tale more tragic than Romeo and Juliet.

    If you’ve read this far–I’m grateful and hoping you’re interested. . . if you’d like to read more, please let me know. I’d love to have you review The Viking Princess.

    Thanks for your time.



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