by Angie Donelle
I grew up with print books, and I still love spending time at my hometown bookstore. There’s just something so relaxing about finding a good novel, grabbing a hot latte, and taking in a cozy ambience that captures the full sensory experience: look, smell, sound, touch, and taste.
Independent bookstores are not only a cool place to hang out, they offer a way to peruse different genres without feeling overwhelmed with choices. People crave this comfort once again.
As more small town bookstores are making their resurgence, authors should take notice. Here’s why:
Writer, designer, and author consultant Angie Donelle has worked with hundreds of publishing houses and independent authors, many of whom have went on to publish best sellers.
Angie believes in providing value and integrity to independent authors through exemplary design and support. Work with Angie
Cover photo provided by César Viteri