By John Kremer
on Monday, April 18th, 2011 | Comments Off
The following posts feature advice to booksellers on how to sell more books in their communities, especially by partnering with book authors, book publishers, and local businesses and groups.
Authors Working with Bookstores: Jan Harayda
Booksellers: Don’t Charge for Autographs
Booksellers: Matchmakers for the Mind
Booksellers: A Welcoming Sign
Elliott Bay Book Company – Jumping for the Joy of Books
For Booksellers and Authors: 31 Ways to Promote Your Facebook Page
Independent Bookstores Have a Chance
Indie Booksellers: The Life Blood of the Trade
Indie Bookstores: February 2012 News and Stories
Indie Bookstores: Tourist Attractions
Indie Bookstores: Why Shop Local
Kurt Vonnegut: Books Are Sacred to Free Men
Mississippi Independent Bookstores: A Great Panel
Neighborhood Bookshops: Live with More Books Than You Can Read
Reading Is Cool Again!
Shop with Indie Booksellers This Holiday Season
Take the One Book Pledge – and Save Indie Booksellers
25 Things Booksellers Learn from Opening an Independent Bookstore
Why Readers Should Buy from Indie Bookstores
Your Local Independent Bookstore Deserves Your Support
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