From the Editor

by Craig Stark

#63, 27 February 2006

Gold Edition subscribers will recall bookseller Bob Schilling's 2-part series on conservative Christian theology a few months ago. Good news - Bob is back today with some ideas for selling books locally to supplement an online business. This is an approach you might not have considered, and a local presence could also help you acquire quality inventory.

Long time BookThink forum contributor Gail Rodgers is here today as well. Some of you may already know that Gail has built a successful book and pattern business despite a disability that would slow many of us to a stop. I think you'll find this month's Bookseller Profile inspiring.

By the time this newsletter is delivered you should have received your copy of February's 50/50, issue #10. Write me if it misfired. For non-subscribers, this might be a good time to give us a try. The focus this month is on fiction, typically one of the more difficult areas for booksellers to learn. With the approach I suggest, however, you could be up and running in no time without having to turn yourself into a walking library of bibliography. Sample issues may be purchased for only $5, and if it doesn't work for you, no problem. You'll get your money back no questions asked.

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