I have just received Charles Gordon’s novel, Azure Dying, from my local library – and very good it looks too. The book, that is. A great cover, and the blurb on the back immediately makes me want to read the novel.
Charles lives in Texas, I am in Norfolk, UK. When I’ve read his book, it will remain in the Norfolk library system where it will be seen on the library shelves and other people will borrow it. Charles Gordon’s name will begin to be known in this part of the world.
This seems to me to be a painless and excellent way of selling our books in many different areas and many different countries. There are millions of libraries world wide. If each of them bought your book, you would soon be a millionaire and your name would become recognised.
It cost me 55 pence to order Charles’ book – 55 pence well spent, in my opinion, since it's a great book.
If you would like me to order your book at my library, please let me know. All I ask in return is that you order my books from your library – you’ll get a good read and help me at the same time!
Let’s start a reciprocal system whereby our books begin to travel the world.
What do you think? Are you in?