General submission of books is reserved for those that are within 90 days of the book’s on-sale date or if a book is coming out in the future. We accept:
- Advanced Reader Copies (ARCs)
- Manuscripts (printed or electronic)
- Finished print copies
- eBooks (pdf, epub, mobi, etc.)
If you send us a book that is more than 90 days past its on-sale date, it will be rejected without notice to you.
We do not return books sent to us.
If you would like to mail us your printed book, please send two copies to our office (address listed below).
If you have an electronic file of your book (Word doc, pdf, ePub, mobi, etc., please submit via the button below:
Where to Mail Your Printed Books
Our Sacramento office is the hub for San Francisco Book Review, Manhattan Book Review, Seattle Book Review, Tulsa Book Review, and Kids’ BookBuzz:
3201 Norris Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95821
Make sure that you include your contact information (your name and email address).
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