Here’s an interesting experiment at the Boulder Book Store in Colorado. Print on Demand (POD — self-publshed) authors sell their books on consignment on the bookstore shelves, and pay for the privilege.
“…The store charges its consignment authors according to a tiered fee structure: $25 simply to stock a book (five copies at a time, replenished as needed by the author for no additional fee); $75 to feature a book for at least two weeks in the â€˜Recommendedâ€™ section; and $125 to, in addition to everything else, mention the book in the storeâ€™s email newsletter, feature it on the Local Favorites page of the storeâ€™s website for at least 60 days, and enable people to buy it online for the time itâ€™s stocked in the store.
And for $255 â€” essentially, the platinum package â€” the store will throw in an in-store reading and book-signing event.”
If you’re a new author, and haven’t set up your own marketing, it sounds like a great offering to me. You’re getting your book out there, and that’s important.
Few bookstores will stock POD books, so let’s hope that more of them develop this distribution model for their local authors.
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