107 pages - Updated for 2020! Freshly revised!You have a book finished. You're all ready to start marketing it. But if your book has zero reviews, or just a handful of reviews, your marketing efforts will be climbing up a steep hill.Readers just DO NOT TRUST a book with only a few reviews. Readers assume that the first 10 or 15 reviews are probably made by family and friends of the author. It's only when a book gains a critical mass of reviews, somewhere around 30 or more, that it begins to seem "legitimate" to random strangers. It's at that point that strangers decide the book could be worth spending money on.But how in the world do you get the reviews? How do you get people to review your books if you're not supposed to be using family and friends? How do you convince strangers not only to read your book but to invest the time in typing in a review for it?This book provides the solutions! I have a number of books with 100 or more reviews. Once I got the books to that level, they sell themselves. I don't have to market them any more. The reviews on their own keep the book being ranked high in Amazon's systems and getting buyers and more reviewers. It self-sustains at that point.Learn how to launch your own book high!* * * I support battered women's shelters.Getting Reviews Marketing Your Book is book 14 in my Author Essentials series which takes you step by step through everything you need to know about writing, publishing, and marketing a book in today's modern world.