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One of the best tools to promote a book to potential commercial buyers, namely bookstores and libraries, is getting a favorable professional review, and congratulations go out to Mark Ristau, author, A Hero Dreams. Midwest Book Review has offered a favorable review of his debut novel. Here it is: "An inspiring tale of hope, faith, courage, and profound self-discovery, 'A Hero Dreams' is unreservedly recommended for personal reading lists, as well as community library Contemporary General Fiction collections."
A great review isn't all Ristau has to celebrate this month. He just learned his book has been named a finalist for a Benjamin Franklin Award in the category of Popular Fiction. The Benjamin Franklin is one of the most prestigious awards for independently published fiction.
Learn more about this book, or pick up a copy today at www.MarkRistau.com.
One of the key strategies for selling more than just a handful of self-published books is finding places to sell multiple copies. If you haven't tried getting your book into library systems yet, you may want to give it a try.
The first five titles published by my son's publishing company for teens, Sigma's Bookshelf, are now available for checkout at the Hennepin County Public Library in Minnesota. The other two books are on order and will be there soon. Here is a link to a page where the books currently available are listed. The library ordered three copies of each book, meaning just like that we sold 15 books.
Justin checked out the first two books that became available in early March, then immediately returned them so the people who have requested the books will get them very soon.
Thank you very much to everyone who came to support Sigma's Bookshelf, Sanya's Hope for Children and House of Charity at the “Expanding Hope Through Music” fundraiser at Famous Dave’s in Calhoun Square in Minneapolis on March 10. The event was a huge success.
My son, Justin, got to go up on stage and talk about his company, just before selecting the raffle winners. Sigma’s Bookshelf is a nonprofit company that publishes teen written books 100 percent for free for the kids. The event was put on by Inclusivi-Tee, a Twin Cities-based Public Benefit Corporation.