Co-operative Print Advertising
One way to lower advertising costs for your book is to use the power of collective purchasing. Through partnerships with the New York Times Review of Books and Foreword Magazine, we offer our authors co-operative advertising opportunities. In essence, you'll be joining forces with several other authors to display a collective ad showcasing several books. By sharing the overall cost, you get to advertise in renowned publications much more affordably than going it alone.
New York Times
Review of Books
The print version of the paper remains the largest local metropolitan newspaper in the United States; it is the third largest newspaper overall, behind The Wall Street Journal and USA Today.
Its website is the most popular American newspaper website, receiving more than 30 million unique visitors per month.
Published four times a year, ForeWord Reviews is still the only magazine showcasing critical reviews and title trends exclusively from the explosive independent publishing market. Our readership is a premium blend of more than 15,000 librarians and chain store booksellers, along with nearly 500 members of IndieBound, who all make buying decisions that affect the reading habits of millions of readers.
Radio-TV Interview Report
You can promote your book directly to radio and TV producers by advertising your availability for interviews on Radio-TV Interview Report (RTIR), the magazine 4,000 producers read to find interesting guests. Expert advertising copywriters will compose the ad for you and post it in this key industry publication (see sample here).
- $789.00 - half-page ad in one issue
- $1,499.00 - half-page ad in two consecutive issues
- $2,169.00 - half-page ad in three consecutive issues