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message 1: by Anita (new)

Anita Lewis (anitasreads) | 21 comments I am having some luck. I went to the website called Meetups and searched my area and then just sent emails to the leader of the groups. One club I sold 8 books to and had a blast at their club meeting, another bought 22 books. A third I am still working with. Just started so I will definitely keep sending emails.


message 2: by M.L. (new)

M.L. Weaver | 11 comments Anita,
Would you mind sharing the approach you used?


message 3: by Anita (new)

Anita Lewis (anitasreads) | 21 comments I sent emails to the leaders of book clubs in my area. I told them that my book was certain to be of interest to their group, in my case women. I told them I would sell them books from my collection at a reduced price of $12.00 each ($14.99 on amazon) and that I would come to their club and share with the group. So far good results and have really enjoyed the book clubs.


message 4: by M.L. (new)

M.L. Weaver | 11 comments Thank you for sharing that. I'm going to give that approach some thought!


message 5: by Alexandra (new)

Alexandra Bogdanovic | 39 comments Sounds like a good idea.
Thanks!


message 6: by R.P. (new)

R.P. Dahlke (rpdahlke) re: book clubs--or in this case, on-line book club, Amazon Book Clubs. They charge readers to join.


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