When it comes to vacation reading, I always think of my best friend Kristina who intensely searched a Miami Walgreens at 9pm for the hottest romance books. She was on the hunt for a whole bunch of steamy novels to devour over our 4 day vacation. I’m pretty sure she bought around 5 books, so I’d say the trip was a total success. The Bastard Billionaire series by Jessica Lemmon became her obsession. She still talks about it.
AdBiblio Case Study: Kensington Stolen Time and Return to Shepherd Avenue
Why advertise one book, when you can advertise two?
Return to Shepherd Avenue by Charlie Carillo and Stolen Time by Chloé Duval are both ideal for readers with a strong interest in contemporary fiction, family sagas, and coming of age stories. Combining both of these books into one ad, we were able to help Kensington Publishing reach the perfect audience looking for not one, but two, of their next heartfelt reads!
AdBiblio Case Study – Harlequin Rough & Tumble
Rough & Tumble is the first book in Rhenna Morgan’s steamy contemporary romance series The Haven Brotherhood. When Vivienne Moore has to go drag her hard-partying sister out of a bar on New Year’s Eve, she finds herself on a collision course with dangerously sexy club owner Jace Kennedy. Jace is determined to unlock Vivienne’s wild side…and he always gets what he wants.
Romance (book advertising) is in the air…
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, the AdBiblio team has love on the brain! And while we love helping promote titles from all genres, romance novels hold a special place in our hearts. Often overlooked by literary reviewers and publications, romance is nonetheless one of the top-selling genres year after year. Romance books also tend to feature some of the cleverest titles, the steamiest cover art, and let’s be honest: in what other genre could we get away with using the call-to-action text “Mount Up”?