[Libs-Or] Any ideas for marketing a self-published book?
ablossom at jcls.org
Mon Jan 4 16:46:22 PST 2016
Midge Raymond, a publisher, Ashland Creek Press, who lives in Ashland, has
written a book called Everyday Book Marketing. It's for people who aren't
sure how to promote their work. I think it's been helpful to people and she
does have a section on promoting to libraries.
Amy Blossom, Public Services Librarian and
Ashland Branch Library Manager
Jackson County Library Services
ablossom at jcls.org
Learn. Connect. Grow.
From: Karen Clay <kclay at eou.edu>
To: "libs-or at listsmart.osl.state.or.us" <libs-or at listsmart.osl.state.or.us>
Date: Mon, 4 Jan 2016 16:37:45 -0800
Subject: [Libs-Or] Any ideas for marketing a self-published book?
Hi Oregon Librarians -
I have a colleague who has just self-published a kids book, which his
daughter illustrated. The book is a little bit unusual, but very clever.
He's asking me for ideas on how to best market it. Does anyone have any
ideas on this? I have no experience with book promotion.
I don't want to co-opt this listserv with advertising, but I will include the
URL for the book here in case anyone is interested in checking it out
further (or purchasing a copy for their library!): www.thetreetalksback.com
Eastern Oregon University
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