What Would You Do To Get Your Books Onto Store Shelves?

Have you ever wondered how to sell your books to stores if you’re not published by one of the top 5 publishers?

Well, I did. I spent a year trying different techniques, and I’ve put everything I’ve learned into a book.

Do you want the following pictures of you and your books?

AGSBNB Photo colllage in stores


Do you wonder if selling to non-bookstores is for you?

How would you approach a store?

How would you decide on a price, on a deal, on how to collect money?

I’ve answered these questions and many more in THE AUTHOR’S GUIDE TO SELLING BOOKS TO NON-BOOKSTORES.



Release Date: May 28, 2016

Published by Imajin Books

Special pre-order price of $0.99 USD

Time Limited Offer!

Click to buy at Kobo, Google PlayAmazon

Also on iBooks

Imagine walking into a grocery store, gift shop or other non-bookstore and seeing YOUR book for sale.  This wonderful experience is within your grasp—if you’re bold enough to pursue it.

Selling to traditional bookstores and making a profit can be extremely difficult, but there is an alternative. In this step-by-step guide, best-selling author Kristina Stanley will show YOU how to move beyond the bookstores and sell to other retail outlets. Every step is detailed, from formulating a plan to collecting money.

Stanley speaks from experience. She’s sold more books through non-bookstore retail outlets than through traditional bookstores, and YOU can too. Read on, and turn your dream into reality. Success is within your reach.


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