In honor of Black History Month, we’re remembering and highlighting a few of the incredible African American trailblazers in books and publishing – including one of the great minds behind Black History Month itself.
AdBiblio Case Study: Hope Never Dies: An Obama-Biden Mystery from Quirk Books
If there’s one bromance that has everyone talking, it’s between former President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden. So much so that the POTUS bromance has come to be known as a “BROTUS”. And now – the duo have come together not just as our favorite memes, but to solve mysteries! Move over Watson and Holmes, Hope Never Dies: An Obama-Biden Mystery is now on bookshelves. Working with Quirk Books to help them promote this fun & humorous thriller has been nothing short of an absolute blast!
S&S Case Study: The Newcomers
We get to advertise a lot of really unique and empowering books here at AdBiblio, and this one was no exception. When Simon and Schuster came to us with The Newcomers, we were thrilled to help share this enlightening book with readers.
AdBiblio Campaigns for the Holidays!
We’re just now hitting pumpkin spice latte season and it’s barely Halloween – so is it too soon to start thinking about Holiday shopping for books? Nope! I don’t think so. AdBiblio is already filling up November and December with Holiday campaigns! Take a look at a couple ways we can help get your niche titles in front of the right gift buyers and booknerds.
Image Credit: Rachel McGorman
Observations from London Book Fair 2015
For a first-timer, London Book Fair gives the kind of adrenaline rush you’d expect from something like Coachella — just at a much lower decibel level. There are more people here than I could meet in a year, much less three days.
Image Credit: Sean MacEntee, flickr
The Little Book That Could
If you’re a writer who’s been discouraged by the competitive publishing industry, don’t despair! For inspiration, here are some bestselling titles that were initially rejected by publishers:
According to The Huffington Post, the following books “almost never saw the light of day:”