Libraries Buy Print Books

Yes, libraries--and library systems--buy print books. Wouldn't you like to see your print books on library shelves?

If you have print books and fans, ask your readers (or your street team/supporters) to request your books at their local libraries.

You see, libraries decide which books to buy based on the public's desires and demands.

You Are Part of the Public

You're part of the public. So are your readers. If you have books you want to see on your library shelves, ask the librarian for it. It's easy to make a recommendation to the librarian. You can do it, and can your supporters.

Give the librarian the title, the author's name, and the ISBN (that number on the back or inside). Ask that they stock that book. The more who request; the more likely the book will be purchased and stocked.

Takeaway Truth

There's a lot of truth to the old axiom: the squeaky wheel gets the grease.

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