How to Get Your Self-Published Book on Shelves

  While e-books are great (and steadily becoming “the norm”), most first-time authors still look for the thrill of seeing their hard or soft cover books on the shelf of a bookstore. After all, if your book is on a shelf in a brick-and-mortar store, you can claim the same mantel of “author” as Stephen King, John Grisham or Nora Roberts, if not the same sales figures. Of course, for authors who are published the traditional way through the major publishing houses, books in stores is generally part of the package. For those of us who self-publish, we need to find other avenues to see our books physically displayed. As a first-time...

Selling Books on Consignment Nov06

Selling Books on Con...

These days, it’s much simpler for authors to get books into online e-stores than big retail chains, but that certainly doesn’t mean that seeing your book on the shelves of a brick-and-mortar store is out of the question. Smaller bookstores often sell self-published books alongside...