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Selling your book in a bookstore

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By : Julius M.    29 or more times read
Submitted 2010-01-30 00:00:00
Today we tend to purchase books more often from the net. Shopping for books off-line is a dying trend. Bookstore sales are extremely low while internet booksales are rising. Nonetheless there will always be people who love to browse for books or just check a book store from time to time.

Selling books can be very difficult. And, unless you made a deal with a major publisher, chances are yoour book won't ever get listed on a major bookstore.

As a new writer you should ask indepentent or local book sellers to sell your book for you. Make a list with all independent book stores from your area and go pay a visit to each of them and ask for your book to be listed for sale. Some big bookstores might ask for a detailed marketing plan, details on how you are promoting your book, and many other things. But most local bookstores don't do it. Make a good first impression and remember that the initial contact is very important.

Sell them from 2 to 5 books at a good price to each bookstore. Low pricing is important as book stores will add their own profit and if they sell your book, a bookstore will always contact you asking for more books.

Selling some books, and developing a marketing plan will help you reach the next step.
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