Jeremy Anderberg

Writer, Editor, & Book Reviewer
Jeremy Anderberg
For the last decade, Jeremy Anderberg has been a writer, editor, podcaster, and professional book reviewer for a number of outlets, including the Art of Manliness, Book Riot, Kirkus Reviews, and Self-Publishing School. His writing has reached millions of readers on screens and in printed pages.
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Questions for Jeremy

Whether you have written many books or are just an avid reader or writer,  Jeremy is here to help! Submit 2-3 questions about books, reading, podcasting, or writing (or anything else!) for Jeremy, and he’ll create a video sharing his thoughts and advice based on his experience as an editor, podcaster, and writer.

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Book Idea Review

You’re excited about an idea you have for a book, but would love to get a second opinion from an expert before you dive into the writing. Share your book idea with writer and editor Jeremy Anderberg, along with a few details and/or specific questions, and he will create a video sharing his feedback on your idea. As Managing Editor of Self Publishing School and the Art of Manliness, and as a professional book reviewer, Jeremy is an expert on writing, marketing, and publishing books.

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Book Pitch/Proposal Review

You’ve managed to put together a book proposal but aren’t sure how it might appear to prospective agents or publishers. Get personalized feedback from writer and editor Jeremy Anderberg. Submit your book proposal or pitch along with a few questions for Jeremy to review, and he will create a video sharing his advice about how you can improve your work. As Managing Editor of Self Publishing School and the Art of Manliness, and as a professional book reviewer, Jeremy is an expert on writing, marketing, and publishing books. (Plus, he’s been through this book proposal process himself!) 

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Bio

Jeremy originally hails from the Midwest and earned a degree in journalism from Drake University back when the industry was in the midst of a turbulent move to the online space. In spite of the ever-shifting waves of the internet, Jeremy’s work has always revolved around writing, editing, and reading, whether for social media, blogs, books, podcasts, review outlets, or lifestyle brands.

 

His writing has reached millions of readers online and in print, and his book- and publishing-focused newsletter, ReadMoreBooks.co, hits thousands of inboxes every week. In spite of the world’s inevitable shift towards the digital, Jeremy firmly believes that books, and good writing, can change the world.  

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