Did Your Book Go Out of Print? Take a lesson From Author/Illustrator Melanie Hope Greenberg.

An excellent article about OP books and what you can do with them. Melanie not only talks the talk, but she walks the walk.

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Having been in the Coney Island area of Brooklyn, NY last year during the crazy busy Mermaid Parade, I was interested when I received an e-mail about a writing course being taught by Melanie Hope Greenberg, author of the book Mermaids on Parade. I proceeded to find out more about Melanie and thought her story important to share with our Writers’ Rumpus readers.

CAROL GORDON EKSTER:  So tell us how you dealt with the disheartening news of your book going out of print 18 months after release and what you did to turn things around.

MELANIE HOPE GREENBERG: I’m in book publishing long enough to have experienced first hand that many books go out of print (OP). Few rise to the top and/or can stay afloat during varying tides of fashion and regimes. I had gone through this procedure before when MERMAIDS ON PARADE went OP and so had…

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One Comment on “Did Your Book Go Out of Print? Take a lesson From Author/Illustrator Melanie Hope Greenberg.

  1. Thanks so much for the reprint of my interview, Larry! I am so looking forward to presenting for your marketing seminars in a few weeks.

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