Print advertising is a time-proven, effective method for marketing and promoting your book, and with our Duo Ad Bundle it’s an affordable option too! An advertisement in a widely acclaimed publication can certainly help raise your visibility while potentially increasing both your book sales and your chances of success.
The AuthorHouse UK Duo Ad Bundle gives you the opportunity to feature your book in two of the UK’s prominent literature periodicals, Granta and Literary Review. By promoting your work alongside other notable writers, you’re boosting your chances of being noticed and appreciated by readers looking for the next addition to their bookshelves.
With this service, you get:
- A single-slot ad placement in the Literary Review (1 out of 6 slots)
- Each ad will include the title and subtitle of your book, your name, your book’s format and price, an image of your book cover, and an 80-word book description.
- A single-slot ad placement in Granta (1 out of 6 slots)
- Each ad will include the title and subtitle of your book, your name, your book’s format and price, an image of your book cover, and a 60-word book description.
What You Need to Know
Founded in 1889, Granta is one of the world’s most respected literary magazine. With a quarterly circulation of 20,000* and an average readership of 37,00 globally,* every issue—published four times annually—covers topics such as news, fiction, biography, essays, poetry, memoirs and photography.
Founded in 1979, The Literary Review is considered to be Britain’s best-loved literary magazine. It has an average monthly circulation of 23,000* and majority of its 70,000* readers are in the UK and Europe, half of which are loyal subscribers and majority of the newsstand purchasers buy every issue. This magazine reaches not only writers and journalists of the highest caliber, but also people who love reading.
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*As of 2019
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