Many librarians select books for purchase from distributors for major publishers. But here at Writer’s Relief, our Self-Publishing Relief division has noticed that, with the growing number of self-published books, the old standard may be changing. Here’s more about the evolution of libraries:
Many indie authors ignore the library market of readers because those readers get the book “for free.” But authors need to consider the power of the library patron if just to regard their passion for books and a love of discussing them. That’s someone I want reading mine.
Read more about self-published books and libraries.
QUESTION: Do you read/buy self-published books? Do they meet your expectations?