Posted on April 3, 2020 at 3:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Right now, most authors are likely not thinking especially hard about placing their books in physical bookstores.
(Though perhaps one could argue for the wisdom of that, with some bookstores running low as they’re unable to resupply.)
But with the world’s increased reliance on public libraries’ digital lending, among their other virtual offerings, authors probably are wondering about having their books available to check out there.
Joanna Penn hosted fellow writer Mark Leslie Lefebvre on her Creative Penn podcast recently to discuss the logistics and benefits of placing your books in libraries (as well as bookstores).
Check out the transcript or audio recording of their conversation on Penn’s website if this intrigues you.
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