This book is about the many places to sell Christian books beside Christian bookstores. It gives hundreds of specific ideas, contact names, addresses and methods of getting Christian books in front of potential buyers. It tells authors what to do before and after the 18-wheeler full of books back up the driveway to make sure those books move in and out of the garage, not reside there permanently. Christian bookstores are very unlikely to take a book by an unknown Christian author, (a sad but true fact) and this book tells what to do, and where to sell those books once that reality hits.
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Bette Dowdell, Author of How to be a Christian Without Being Annoying--- Bette (no relation, although I admire the way she spells her name) Filley will win the heart of every Christian writer with this book. Whether self-published or published by a large house, most of the marketing effort falls on the writer. Filley gives you all the information you need to go in several major directions. Unlike most books, this one provides specifics--and specific contact information--rather than vague generalities. Here's 250 pages of jam-packed content. It may be more information than you can use, but I can't imagine it won't have everything you need to successfully launch a book. Filley has obviously been down this road, and she has marked a very clear trail for us to follow.