Romance promotion in American public libraries.
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Almost all libraries collect romance novels, but not all libraries engage in promotion or programming geared toward romance novels. Reader advisory services specific to romance tend to be secondary to general reader advisory services. With the increase in Web 2.0 book promotion, though, the time could be right for promoting the romance genre.
Adkins, D., Esser, L. G., & Velasquez, D. L. (July/August 2010). Romance promotion in American public libraries. Public Libraries, 49(4), 41-48.Adkins, D., Esser, L. G., & Velasquez, D. L. (July/August 2010). Romance promotion in American public libraries. Public Libraries, 49(4), 41-48.
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