Thanks to Judith Glynn for finding this book in New York and sending us a picture!
Quanah Edwards’ title Don’t Judge Me was last spotted on a bench in Union Square, very close to the flagship store for Barnes and Noble in Manhattan. Someone! Quick! Pick it up and read it, then pass it on!
The first bundle of books is packaged and ready to ship. They’ve been stickered, labeled, kissed goodbye, and tucked safely in their sturdy envelopes for their long journey out into the world of reading where they will be unleashed on the world as soon as they arrive at their destinations, ready to be enjoyed by strangers who find them along the way. Another set of books will be hand delivered to various points in Atlanta, Georgia, when the Author Options/Readioactive team and some of their authors head to the Decatur Book Festival in a few weeks.
We invite you to share YOUR books the Readioactive way! Contact us for information on how to have your work spread across the country!
Book discovery is something plagues every author, traditionally and self-published alike. Seriously, walk into any big box bookstore and take a guess how many individual titles there are on the shelves. It’d be like trying to guess the number of jelly beans in the jar at the State Fair.
Readioactive Books was formed literally to bring much-needed book discovery to quality titles in a way that authors could feasibly participate in. So, thanks to the brilliant idea from our UK friends across the pond, Readioactive will be setting up a whole new–but very old–concept in book discovery, coming in the very near future (basically, once we get our acts together and finally get past level 65 on Candy Crush).
Look for the announcement soon, and be ready to jump on board!