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Getting Your Self-Published Book Onto Bookstore Shelves

Marina Aris

Getting Your Self-Published Book Onto Bookstore Shelves

 

Synopsis

If you’re like most authors, you want your book to connect with as many readers as possible. You may have built an online following or are already selling on an established platform (Amazon, B&N, etc). But, if you’re like most authors, getting your book into bookstores has proven difficult. DartFrog allows self-published authors to finally clear this hurdle and get their books into stores.

 

Detail

Learn about the options you have available to you to get your book onto bookstore shelves. In this session I will cover:

What is the most efficient strategy for getting your book into bookstores across the country?

How can the Direct To Shelf Program lead to increased print book sales and more readers?

What marketing opportunities are available?

How much will it cost to have my books placed in bookstores?

We’ll answer all these questions and more!

 

 

More about Marina Aris and DartFrog Books

DartFrog is the only solution that bridges the gap between independent booksellers and self-published authors. Marina Aris is the Director of Bookstore Relations for DartFrog Books. She works closely with booksellers across the U.S. to distribute the best in self-publishing. DartFrog is the only source for exceptional self-published literature. The bookstores in our network say yes to placing our books on their shelves.

Marina is also an indie author, the founder of the Brooklyn Writers Project and the Brooklyn Writers Press. Since 2016 she has hosted an annual Indie Author Day in North Brooklyn and enjoys encouraging and supporting indie authors as they learn the business side of bringing a book to market. She is also the co-host of Life Lines The Books Podcast and a Board member of Pen Parentis, an organization supporting parent writers. Marina is a member of the Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi), the Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA) and a NYC Co-Ambassador for the Authors Guild.