Chat Between Chapters: How to support your favorite authors

September 11, 2016 Chat Between Chapters, Featured Posts 9

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 How do you support your favorite authors?

Julie Review Avatar Julie:

Here are some suggestions on how you can support your favorite authors.

  • Buy their books to display on your pretty bookshelves.
  • Buy their books for other people as gifts.
  • Read their books!
  • Review their books.
  • Interact with them on social media.
  • Share their books on social media.
  • Request their books for your local library.
  • Visit them when they come to your local town for a signing.

What other examples of supporting authors can you think of?

 

LynnpicLynn:

Julie’s list is pretty all-encompassing. I’ll add:

  • Fan art.
  • Talk up their books every where you go.
  • Read their books in public – so everyone can see it.
  • Convince your book club to read the book.

 



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9 Responses to “Chat Between Chapters: How to support your favorite authors”

  1. Wendy @ Falconer's Library

    Many libraries even if they don’t want to add your donated book to their collection will put it in their booksales, thereby also getting it out to other readers.

    I was reading something recently about author’s book collections, and one said they don’t really collect books. Books are meant for reading, they said, so once they’ve finished a book, they try to get it passed on to other readers one way or another. I thought that was an interesting way of looking at it!

    As a parent and teacher, I have another way to push books onto new readers–read-alouds and book talks!

    • Julie

      That’s a good point about the book sales. Ooh yes read alouds in class, I did love those when a teacher would read a fun book for us.

    • Lynn

      I donated a bunch of books to the library the last time I moved, Brandee. It was sad to get rid of them. But at least I knew they were going to other readers!

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