How to sell , copies of your books in India: A marketing guide - Karan BajajI am of Indian origin and have lived in North London for over fourteen years now. That makes me a … Londoner. When I am more pretentious, I say I am a citizen of the world, having also lived in the Far East for a few years. However when it came to getting my books into bookstores, it hit home that I still have one foot entrenched in the homeland. Turns out since I spent my formative years in Bombay, many of my university friends are now three letter words. I am not good at hustling. Not in my London avatar.
How to sell 200,000 copies of your books in India: A marketing guide
Your endorsement for the course means a lot as I put much thought into it. Most companies provide the service of selling books to online retailers an direct to customers without providing a proper distribution service. Unfortunately, I wish to read them first and then talk to you. Bombay is what fires her imagination.I remain surprised Mrs. Another problem is that the market is still fragmented and lacks marketing and distribution support for self-publishers. I conduct classes for creative writing and my students have also got maketing writings published in print and online. What makes us Different.
You can find Minal at MinalHajratwala. Thanks - Joanna? In India however, Amazon. Rasana left her job to follow her dreams to be a writer.
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Self-Publishing And Book Marketing In India With Minal Hajratwala
Podcast: Download Duration: — With over million educated English speakers, and a culture that values books, I'm excited about the opportunities in India. I also love the country and want to spend more time there, so there's certainly a personal slant on this interview. In the intro, I talk about my pivot on the 5th anniversary of the blog , the launch of A Thousand Fiendish Angels for Kindle , and why I love to speak on marketing. The podcast is sponsored by Kobo Writing Life , which helps authors self-publish and reach readers in global markets through the Kobo eco-system.