by Lorraine Bartlett / Lorna Barrett / L.L. Bartlett
Okay, the title of this post is a little misleading, so let me clarify: No LIBRARY wants a free copy of my book?
I do have some caveats when it comes to giving away these books.
They must be requested by a librarian, or a library volunteer, and they must be mailed to the library itself.
Why? Too often readers have requested a book, given it to their library, and it never reaches the shelves. Instead, it goes in the Friends of the Library sale and sells for a quarter. Hey, this is a brand new, $32 book!
I admit it, I'm selfish. I want this hardcover book to be read by scores of people, not just one. Maybe it will find me a whole slew of new readers who will go on to read the other books in the series. (You never know!)
So, any libraries out there who want a copy of A Just Clause in large print?
UPDATE: All the books have been spoken for. Thanks!