Thank you for your question and congratulations on your book. As far as the book review, I know for e-books listed on Amazon. a book can be de-listed if the reviewer has been compensated. Typically, an author or publisher will send the reviewer a free copy of the book.
I do have a couple of contacts who do book reviews and I will be happy to have the admin here email you their contact information if you like. Here is the link to one of the reviewer's sites: http://roundtablereviewsadult.blogspot.com/.
Here is some information on writing awards:
American Society of Journalist and Authors: The Arlenes: http://www.asja.org/for-writers/annual-writing-awards/
Writers Digest has a contest for self-published e-books: http://www.writersdigest.com/competitions/writers-digest-self-published-ebook-awards
Here is a link to a comprehensive list of various awards: http://storytellerart.net/literary_awards.htm
For marketing your book, I suggest the use of social media. Set up a Facebook Fan page for your book with some excerpts. It is important to make sure you respond to people who post on your page. Then set up a Twitter account, linking to the Facebook page. Once you have a following on Twitter, set up a "virtual book reading" using a dedicated hash tag.
Here is an article from the Christian Science Monitor on the most popular Twitter hash tags for fiction writers http://www.csmonitor.com/Books/chapter-and-verse/2010/1103/The-best-Twitter-hashtags-for-writers-and-readers?sms_ss=twitter&at_xt=4cd17ebfca1d64a4,1.
Also consider setting a website dedicated for your book. Google sites are free and the paid sites with a dedicated url are relatively inexpensive. You can post a bit about your self, some excerpts from your books as teasers, and any reviews for your books. Make sure to include a n order page. PayPal offers plug ins for shopping carts for web pages.
If your book is listed on any of the e-book sites, such as Amazon, make sure you CAREFULLY, check the TOS of the site for authors. Most sites have fairly stringent rules about self-promotion and selling your book off site.
I hope this information is helpful for you. I wish you well on your writing ventures.