Pegasus Books Marketing

At Pegasus Books, we realize that publishing is, in reality, the end of one process and the beginning of another that is equally challenging: Marketing. It is not enough to be a published author and have a book published. It is a distinction, yes—but one that quickly loses its luster as authors realize the real achievement lies in getting that published book into the hands of eager reviewers (professionals and avid readers) who will take the time to appreciate your well-conceived and well-written book and will share its novelty with groups, markets and consumers who will go out and buy it. The reality is: only through selling books can an author make a living at writing, and when books are selling, wonderful things can happen, as they often do.

Every book we publish at Pegasus Books comes with an incredible infrastructure, purposed to support author and publisher marketing efforts. Global Distribution is included, meaning that your book will be available at bookstores in America, Europe, South America, Russia, India, Australia and all other parts of the globe. Ingram Books and Baker & Taylor Books are the world’s largest distributors of books and together provide books for over 40,000 retailers, libraries, schools and distribution partners in 195 countries. Our eBook distribution includes Amazon, Sony, Barnes & Noble, Apple, Diesel, Kobo, Oyster and all other eBook platforms.

In addition, Pegasus Books provides for the following:

* eBook published on Amazon, international distribution for eBook

* Global bookstore distribution with Ingram and Baker & Taylor

* Inclusion in the Ingram Advance Catalogue

* Worldwide On-line Distribution with Amazon, Books-A-Million, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords and other online distributors

* Google/Amazon Book Search

* Assistance in creating page on Amazon Author Central and other social media pages

* Books sent out for review to contacts at the fifteen largest newspapers in the United States, including New York Times, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Chicago Sun-Times, Atlanta Constitution, Washington Post, Seattle Times, Boston Herald, Dallas Morning News, Miami Herald and others

* Books sent to five top book reviewers (genre specific)

* Global Connect World Wide Printing, including the Espresso Book Machines, available at libraries and universities

* Global print distribution, which rivals the big six NYC commercial book publishers: Pan Macmillan, Random House, HarperCollins, Penguin, Hachette Book Group and Simon & Schuster

* Additional Volume discounts at 100 books (40%) and 250 books (45%)


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