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This is a great organization that provides advice, meetings, and much more! Once Upon A Time is honored to host the LitMingle for our local Montrose chapter, check the calendar for their next meeting.
Diversity of voices and stories is important and the grassroots organization, We Need Diverse Books is a great resource for those who are underrepresented in children's publishing.
We know that there are a lot of options out there to get your book published. We are not able to carry books from self-publishing platforms that have predatory pricing practices that directly compete with independent bookstores like Once Upon A Time. Below are two options that are more indie-friendly and support a healthy publishing market.
Ingram is a standard distributor for booksellers all over the country and they are now offering a publishing service. Check out their website here for more information.
KOBO is a e-reader that many independent bookstores like Once Upon A Time sell and offer on their websites. KOBO offers e-book publishing. More details can be found here.
Read more about Best Practices for Authors Who Want Thier Book in Bookstores from the Huffington Post.
Could there be a better young adult historical fiction storyteller than Stacey Lee? The Downstairs Girl rings with honesty about the plight of Jo Kwan, living in Atlanta in 1890 in an abandoned basement below an unsuspecting family that runs one of the town's newspapers. Jo becomes the unseen advice columnist "Dear Miss Sweetie" as she uses her considerable wit to answer letters - all the while working as a maid to a privileged and cruel teen. Romance, racial inequities and family squabbles all result in Lee's outstanding development into a glimpse of Atlanta's storied genteelness. This is a sure winner! - Maureen