How to get indie books into libraries
On today’s episode of The Segilola Salami Show, guests Tim Parkin and April Gerard share their brilliant tips on how to Get indie books into libraries.
If you are considering having libraries keep your books, you have to listen to this episode as a must.
So listen on to find out what today’s guests have to say.
About Tim Parkin
Tim Parkin is now a retired public librarian from South East London. He used to work for Lewisham council libraries.
With so much free time on his hands now, he’s taking best use of it by not waking up anytime before 10am. He’s also exploring other things to keep him occupied.
Should you wish to connect with him, you can find him on Facebook. But do send him a message first mentioning The Segilola Salami Show
About April Gerard
“I love helping others through my business and often I’m teaching authors how to plan and implement strategies over the long-term that are effective and measurable in terms of impact. I also have been known to help those who haven’t yet published figure out what their next steps are. Whether I’m speaking at writer conferences, holding workshops that talk about the business of writing as well as the craft of writing, or working with individuals on their specific plans- the focus is on measurable, long term success for the authors.
Reading books of all kinds is a passion of mine, though I will say that I have a special regard for sci-fi and fantasy works. I will often post reviews on both Goodreads and my Twitter, @WingSeeker. Feel free to tweet a hello 🙂
In addition, I am the author of the upcoming fantasy novel, Blue, under the pen name A.L.Deleon, and I’m the founder of A.L.Deleon Agency, LLC. I am also the co-owner of AuthorSensei, a web based learning environment geared towards helping authors master marketing. To top it off, I’m full time mom. It gets pretty crazy sometimes in my household but I wouldn’t change it for the world.”
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About The Segilola Salami Show
The Segilola Salami show is hosted by Segilola Salami who is also an author and a self publishing strategist. She provides one to one support to aspiring authors to help them self publish their own books and make a success of it. Her latest book is called Yetunde: An Ode to My Mother. Part of the proceeds from the sales of this book goes towards helping UK Charity Jigsaw4u.
The aim of the show is to be entertaining but educative as we see guests share their experience on self publishing in a virtual cafe.
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