Wednesday, April 29, 2020
Book Publishing News & Author Marketing Resources
Explore Affiliate Sales
Looking to find people to sell your book for you? Hoping to make a little extra by selling other people’s books? Want to get an affiliate commission by listing your own book on a site and pushing sales through it? Explore these:
Alternative Audiobook Publishing Platforms
Looking to turn your story into an audiobook? Check these platforms out:
New Online Retailer For Indie Bookstore
Go to www.BookShop.org and see how a new digital retailer is soaring in les than three months from its launch date.
Online Course Platforms
Looking to turn your book and areas of expertise into an online course? Try these:
Here are your best options should you want to self-publish and go the POD route:
NYPL Turns 125
As the New York Public Library celebrates its 125 uears of serving the reading needs of America’s biggest city with its doors closed due to Corona, it recently identified the five most-checked-out books of all-time, which are:
The Snowy Day
The Cat in the Hat
Where The Wild Things Are
To Kill A Mockingbird
Print Book Sales Are Down
Due to corona and closed bookstores and supply chain interruptions with Amazon, print book sales have suffered in 2020. Unfortunately, in 2019, both adult non-fiction and fiction printed books were each down from 2018. However, print still seems healthy. In 2018, non-fiction print sales was up 4.9% and in 2019 it dipped only by 1.9%.
PLEASE CONSULT THESE TIMELY RESOURCES
Powerful 2020 Book Marketing Toolkit -- FREE
How Do Authors Promote Books When The Media Is Corona Centric?
Advice to Authors From A Book Promoter of 30 Years
How Are Authors Selling Books Through A Pandemic?
A Book Marketing Pandemic Playbook
What Types of Books Can Get Media Coverage Now?
The Bestseller Code For Book Marketers & Authors
What Should You Do to Market Your Book?
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