I recently came across a great program offered by WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group: their Blogging for Books program. Whether you have a personal blog or not, as a pastor, church leader, teacher, mom, or student, you can sign up for this free program and obtain review copies of books to read and submit online reviews in order to earn your keep. 

For those of us who already read voraciously, this sounds like a great way to get the latest titles at no cost and simultaneously flesh out your blog with great book reviews.

Requesting review copies from WaterBrook Multnomah is as easy as 1-2-3!

  1. Sign up for the Blogging for Books program (no blog required.)
  2. Request your first review copy.
  3. When your review copy arrives read the book, come back to BloggingforBooks.org to submit your review and then choose your next copy

When you register, you select what type of books you are interested in reading and reviewing such as fiction/romance, non-fiction. fiction/mystery & suspense, women’s interest, men’s interest, kids books, Bible studies/church-related books, inspirational/devotionals, health & fitness, Fiction/young adult & middle grade, fiction/visionary & fantasy, fiction/contemporary, or fiction/historical.

If you love to read and don’t mind writing a review of the book when you’re done either for your blog or to submit on the Blogging for Books website, this is a great program for you.

WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group publishes some of the top books written by authors such as Mark Batterson, Kay Arthur, Joanna Weaver, and David Platt, just to name a few.

The WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group, the evangelical division of Random House Books, Inc., is committed to creating products that both intensify and satisfy the elemental thirst for a deeper relationship with God. By communicating encouraging and life-enriching truths, WaterBrook Multnomah provides resources that can be trusted to be spiritually sound and readers will find to be captivating and enlightening. In providing these products, we hope that readers of all ages will gain a deeper understanding of God and live a life pleasing to Him.

Lauren Hunter is a freelance writer, church technology PR consultant (http://lhpr.net) and founder of the blog ChurchTechToday (http://ChurchTechToday.com), Technology for Today’s Church.