With bookshops brewing again, lockdown easing and some hopes of a sunny end to July, people are stepping out to the streets again.
Supporting local businesses became particularly important during lockdown, however, this shouldn’t end with the reopening of places, our indie businesses should still be looked after.
Local authors need the general public to keep sales and word of mouth flowing, and this is where you come in! Here’s 3 things you can do to support your local author!
Go to the local author section of your bookshop
Every bookshop usually has a local author section, see if you can find yours today!
Leave a good review
Goodreads and Amazon reviews help authors out massively, leave their book a review if you enjoyed it!
Get sharing on socials
Social media is huge, as we know. Sharing an author page or a status will help keep the buzz going.
If you have any suggestions, leave them down below!
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