• Dear Aviva,

    I am a “late bloomer” too and interested in having you review my picture book, Special Memory. It’s release date is Sept. 15, 2019. I’ve worked with a publisher called Waldorf Publishing. They’ve produced the book but I’ve covered the cost to have the book created. Does this fall under “self-published”? Please excuse my naivety, as I said, this process is new to me. I can send you either a PDF version as my release date grows closer or a hard copy, which I would need to know how to “gift” through Amazon. I also could send a copy through regular mail.

    I am still learning and don’t fully understand how to use the “gifting” to a reviewer through Amazon. Would you explain how I would do this?

    Thank you for helping fellow picture book authors.



    July 21, 2019
  • Hi, Christina! I emailed you a response. In general, if you still own the rights to your book, you are self-published. When I talk about gifting, I’m referring to the eBook version of your story. A PDF version is fine. Email it to AvivaGittle@gmail.com.

    July 21, 2019
  • Hi Aviva
    I’m an author and illustrator of two children’s picture books.
    (A Tough Nut To Crack) and ( My Beach Adventure) is for early readers ages 3-5 . Right now they are both on Amazon .
    I’m also interested in having you review “My Beach Adventure” it is a short read with rhymes for early readers.
    I have this book on K.U, .but I can gift it to you.
    If you decide to review it.

    Thank You for your time.
    Kind Regards
    Eric VanTuyl

    March 13, 2020

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