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How Writers Can Connect with Book Clubs

Today’s guest on the Morning Media Menu was Jennifer Miller, a novelist hoping to break the world record for most book club events in a single month.

She will try to promote her novel, The Month of the Gadfly, by visiting 100 book clubs in 30 days. Miller also shared practical advice for other authors looking to connect with book clubs.  Press play below to listen on SoundCloud. Here’s more about the project:

Each club member will receive a signed bookplate and entry into the Book-Club-In-A-Box Giveaway with some of my favorite goodies, and every organizer will receive a free copy of the novel. Your group will also be mentioned in the official RecordSetter.com page. All you need to do is propose an event here on Togather, rally a minimum of four people to read Gadfly, and voilà — you and your group will be part of history!

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