Accounting for It All is now on NetGalley! For the unfamiliar, NetGalley is, per their website, a platform that “delivers digital galleys, often called advance reading copies, or ARCs, to professional readers and helps promote new and upcoming titles. Professional readers–reviewers, media, journalists, bloggers, librarians, booksellers and educators–can join and use NetGalley at no cost.”
In other words, they get books in readers’ hands before release to create buzz and drum up reviews!
Already on NetGalley? Want to read Accounting for It All? You can find it here. Not a NetGalley member but want to learn more? Their “How It Works” page should have all the answers you’re looking for.
If you’re not on NetGalley, you can still add the book to your want-to-read pile on Goodreads! Or, if you are a NetGalley member who plans to nab yourself a copy of Accounting for It All while you still can, let me know on Twitter by using the hashtags #AccountingForItAll and #NetGalley.