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About Read It Forward

We are a Book Geek’s best friend.

We want to create a “read it forward” moment for you: when you discover a book, read it, love it, and pass it on to a friend.

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READ IT FORWARD is brought to you by a team of readers who love books as much as you do. We'd love to hear about what you're reading. Post your thoughts on Facebook or talk to us on Twitter @ReadItForward. You can also email us at kira@readitforward.com.  
  • Rose

    i would like to know when do you put up your new book lists up.

    • http://www.readitforward.com/ Kira, editor @ Read It Forward

      Thanks for the question, Rose, we post new articles just about every day. Make sure you’re subscribed at the top of this page to get a exclusive Read It First email every week with our fabulous book giveaways!

  • Nancy

    This looks promising. Looking forward to more reading.

  • AnitaK76

    So excited by this website!

    • http://www.readitforward.com/ Kira, editor @ Read It Forward

      Aww, thanks Anita!

  • ceblain

    I have been subscribed for a long time, and I have been following you on Facebook for quite some time now but I don’t Twitter/Tweet or anything close, just good old pc use. Hope that qualifies me. I have entered just about all of your weekly RIF book contests. Would love to win a book soon. Thank you for giving us some great book information each week.

  • ScottyMommy

    Bring on the books. I love to read and anything to cut down on my book budget or trips to the library I am all about!!

  • Julie

    I am super excited! I love, love to read!! What’s more exciting is that I will be getting to read for free! Great! because I often burn holes in my wallet buying books.

  • Daniel Albert

    I’m new here. I signed up a few days ago. Thank you for having a website for readers. I am an avid reader, and I read just about anything, but my favorite genres are mystery, suspense, thriller novels. I also dabble in espionage, and SF. I look forward to be an active member and contribute whenever possible. Thank you.

  • M. Iorio

    I see the last posts here go back to five months ago and I don’t know where else to post this so I’m hoping a mod will see this asap. Is there anywhere I can contact a mod privately about an issue I’m having with my account? It’s urgent…..thank you for anyone who can help me.

  • dee

    I just joined. It sounds really great. Get to read for free! That is the best.

  • Donna Davis

    Very excited to belong to this special group of readers!

  • Phyllis Atwood Gauker

    Me, too. Haven’t even received my first email from REad it Forward, but know I’m signed up since I received a new comment. Thanks for being there.

  • Mary A

    I read constantly so I am looking forward to participating.

  • Sheri

    So glad I found this site! I will also be following you on fb and twitter.

  • MaryEveLS

    I added a book to my TBR list last week. Checking emails today, I open readitforward and see that very book up for request. With my earned points I was able to guarantee a copy. Made my day! I LOVE this site!! One of my faves!

  • cheri

    This site looks really exciting for us book nerds.

  • Penny Buffman

    I am so excited to get the info on this site! I am a voracious reader but tend to stick with known authors I love. Hopefully this with give me a chance to spread my wings somewhat. Thank you for that chance!

  • Laurel Hamilton Eden

    Aside from the pleasures I get from holding a book in my hand, imagining its possibilities, and then reading it, I love deciding who will next have the opportunity to share my experience. I’m a big believer in reading it forward.

    • http://www.readitforward.com/ Kira, editor @ Read It Forward

      Wonderful to hear, Laurel!

  • Tam Joyce

    I love this site. I have won some books and am finally writing reviews. I won the Elders by Ryan McIvains. It is a book I wouldn’t have picked for myself, but I enjoyed it. It brought to life the missionaries and the temptations, doubts and trials they encounter. Next I won The Martian, again I don’t usually read science fiction. I really liked this book, felt like I was there working hard with the hero. I passed it to my 17yrs old neighbor who really enjoyed it also. Next I won What I Was Doing While You Were Breeding by Kristin Newman. It was humorous and touching, a very enjoyable read. One of my new favorites is Ruby by Cynthia Bond. This book takes you into the life and world of Ruby. I don’t want to put in any spoilers. I want to thank Read It Forward for introducing me to new books and new authors. My friends are happy too, as I pass the books on to them.

    • http://www.readitforward.com/ Kira, editor @ Read It Forward

      So great, Tam, thanks!

  • Mandy Shunnarah

    I’m a book blogger actively seeking ARCs. If there’s a copy of a book I really want and I’m going to cover it on my blog, how can I guarantee myself getting an ARC of the book? Giveaways are great, but they’re sporadic and I want to provide active, consistent coverage of upcoming books.

  • krazykat

    Im an avid reader and i just joined the site. Thank you for this site somtimes I read a book that is unforgetable one is Fruit Cake by R.J. Keiser awesome read also the Yelloe Room I cant remember the author im suffering from post concusion syndrom so forgive me. I read everything except sci fy and horror. Cant wait to talk with other readers whos passion matches mine. Thank you guys again gor this wonderfull site.

  • http://spinesandcovers.com Samantha Page

    I am so excited to find out about Read It Forward, I am just now finding out about it. I heard about it from Book Riot’s podcast (one of my favorite bookish websites).

    • http://www.readitforward.com/ Kira, editor @ Read It Forward

      We’re so glad you’re here, Samantha!

  • http://www.carolinebock.com Caroline Bock

    Okay I’m in two book clubs, I’m a writer, you have me hooked.

  • Penney

    I have won a few free books and have enjoyed reading them. I haven’t heard about a lot of the authors but they are really good. The first 2 books I won for my granddaughter. Princess Pig and Rat Attack by Molly Coxe. They are adorable. They have a lot of bright pictures that really kept her attention. I’ve won and read 9 1/2 narrow by Patricia Morrisroe, False Tongues by Kate Charles, Bye Bye Love KJ Larsen, The Perfect Game by Leslie Dana Kirby, and Map Makers Children. All these books I enjoyed reading. My favorite was The Perfect Game. It keeps your attention and surprises you in the end.

  • Penney Ganley

    I read Luckiest Girl Alive and I thought it was a good book. It kept my attention and it made you want to read to the end to see what happened in the end.