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Saturday Is Independent Bookstore Day

Saturday, April 24, marks the annual Independent Bookstore Day, a day to support and celebrate your local indie bookshop. Many bookstores around the state and beyond will host a full day of events, contests, readings, special offers, and more. According to the Southern Independent Bookstore Alliance, over 750 boookstores are participating around the country. (Click […]

How to Sell Your Books and Support Indies

There’s an old saying that nothing sells books like more books. Meaning, the more books you publish, the more books you sell. When people read one of your books, hopefully they go back and read your earlier books. Here at the Network, it’s our policy to always link a book title to the book’s listing […]

Letter to House Protests Amazon’s Oversized Market Share

Following the House Antitrust Subcommittee’s capstone digital markets hearing, “Online Platforms and Market Power, Part 6: Examining the Dominance of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google,” three groups representing thousands of authors, publishers, and booksellers in the United States – the Association of American Publishers, Authors Guild, and American Booksellers Association – have sent a joint […]

A Double Dose . . .

. . . of good advice for writers: first, on the Zen-like aspects of writing; next, on things authors need to know when asking their local bookstore to carry their books, host their signings, etc. by by