While traditional review publications are helpful for catching the eye of librarians and book stores, they do not necessarily result in reader reviews, which are important for online purchases.
Fortunately, there are hundreds (if not thousands) of bloggers who review books. I have listed below all of my blog posts that include resources for finding reviewers. (Click on the titles.)
Top 12 Sites for Finding Reviewers
How to Get Reviews for Your Self-Published Book
This is a nice summary of all the ways self-published authors can find reviewers. It includes sites to find bloggers, paid review sites, as well as sites that do editorial and/or consumer reviews strictly for self-publishers.
Fantasy and Sci-fi Reviewers for Self-Published Authors
Here are 137 online book reviewers who accept self-published work in speculative fiction (scifi, fantasy, horror, paranormal). I've gleaned these bloggers/sites from Book Blogs, SFF websites, and various blogrolls, and have looked at each one of them personally to verify that they are up and running and are happy to accept requests from Indie writers.
High-Impact Paid Promotion for Indie Authors
I've listed the eight sites that will give you the most bang for your buck. This post also includes links to additional paid promotion sites, as well as helpful articles that analyze the different paid promotional strategies available to Indie authors.