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Advance Review Copies (ARCs)

Authors can learn about running an ARC through Booksprout here.

  • Creating and managing a Booksprout ARC

    This article will guide you through the steps required to create and manage a Booksprout ARC. Create a book Books are a building block in Booksprout. Add them once, then you can quickly run ARCs and p...

  • FAQ: How can I manually approve a review from a reviewer?

    In some cases, you may wish to manually mark a reviewer's participation in your ARC as completed. To do so, please head to your ARC listings and find the ARC you'd like to mark them as having complete...

  • Booksprout's freeloader prevention algorithm

    When creating an ARC in Booksprout, authors can leverage data we have on reviewers to determine if they're reliable enough to participate in your ARC. Reviewer Score In addition to checking whether or...

  • How to Block a Reviewer

    Authors have full control over their ARC team when using Booksprout to manage their ARCs. If you don't want a reviewer to participate in your pen name's future ARCs for any reason you deem fit, you ca...

  • FAQ: Can I create an ARC for a previously published book?

    Yes! Keep in mind that Booksprout's ARC feature was developed with ARCs in mind so it works best for them, but there's nothing stopping you from using it to get reviews on previously published books....

  • Do you offer a free trial?

    We do offer a free trial, but it requires that you send out a message to your newsletter letting them know they can now find you on Booksprout. We'll send you more details on this once you create your...