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When a customer walks into the bookstore looking for a specific book, chances are they can tell me its title (maybe) and the color of the cover (definitely). Booksellers, by contrast, will always think of the author's last name and the publisher. Last names come to us automatically because that's how bookstores are organized - our brains are so alphabetically wired that we can navigate the fiction section blindfolded. But publishers stand out because they represent an artistic vision.
December 31, 2014 | The Brookline Booksmith

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Cool Muse Perk: The Independent Author Shop

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Hey published writers who are attending the Muse conference! In a continuing effort to assist in promoting you and your work, GrubStreet is partnering with Riverhaven Books to offer an opportunity for you to bring copies of your books to sell at our first ever Independent Author Shop. The shop will be staffed by volunteers and your books will be available for purchase to other Muse attendees

April 15, 2014 | Info

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