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Libraries and Self-Publishing

7 min readLibraries. A time honored monument to our desire to preserve our past and share our stories. Since people first began setting down their stories on paper, the idea of a library as both a physical place and an institution has… Continue Reading →

High Demand for eBooks in Libraries

2 min readThe American thirst for eBooks keeps growing, and yet, one of the cornerstones of the American reading scene is still not a big enough player: libraries have yet to offer enough eBooks to accommodate the recent surge in digital reading. According to… Continue Reading →

Are eBook borrowers eBook buyers?

2 min readThe struggle to get eBooks into libraries continues. Large publishers seem to be at an impasse, unsure whether giving libraries the rights to their books will drive down sales. Independent publishers, on the other hand, have been making their own… Continue Reading →

How to Market Mysteries & Thrillers

3 min readKnowing who your targeting is half the battle when it comes to marketing. In 2010, a Sisters in Crime survey found that when it comes to mystery and thriller readers, 68% are women, 35% live in the south, 48% are… Continue Reading →

How To Get Your Book Into Libraries

4 min readA question that keeps popping up around the Lulu community is “How do I get my book(s) into a library?” Libraries can provide a great way to reach new readers that, otherwise, may not find out about your books. There… Continue Reading →

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