Do you think libraries don’t buy books from self-published authors? Think again.
In a 2016 survey conducted by US-based library service New Shelves Books, 92 percent of librarians reported they regularly purchase from self-published authors and small presses.
Clearly, librarians are buying self-published books that fit their acquisitions guidelines.
And libraries are full of avid readers. This Short Publishing Guide from the AskALLi team at the Alliance of Independent Authors tells you all you need to know to get your book onto library shelves worldwide.