Advertise your book in distinguished and established print publications.
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Feature your book in the premier literary-intellectual magazine in the English language.
Create a powerful campaign with a collection of exclusive promotions that puts your book before thousands of library and book industry decision makers.
Appear in Britain’s most articulate offering in journalism: the London Review of Books.
Feature your book in one of UK’s leading magazines: the Reader’s Digest.
Promote your book with the trusted global publisher and distributor that connects more than 130 million consumers around the world.
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Advertise your books in two of the United Kingdom’s prominent names in literature, Granta and the Literary Review.
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Advertise your book in The Guardian Weekly, one of the UK’s oldest and widest read weekly newspapers.
Entice book lovers to read your book or give it as a present to family and friends during the summertime or the holidays with our Gift Guide Advertising packages. Get your book ad in front of subscribers of these two publications: Los Angeles Times and BookPage.
Reach your target readers through a specialized print ad supplement sent to Ingram’s extensive database of booksellers, libraries, and retailers. Your book will be featured alongside titles of the same genre or topic so they can better position your work for its niche market.
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