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What's on Lady Banks' Bookshelf in November?

Posted By Linda-Marie Barrett, Tuesday, October 29, 2019

SIBA promotes six new books every month to consumers in our Lady Banks Bookshelf promotion. These titles appear at the top of our weekly Lady Banks Commonplace Book newsletter, which has a circulation of over 60k.  We also feature them above the fold on the homepage of Authors ‘Round the South and on the cover image of the ARTS Facebook page with buy links promoted to our 15,000 Facebook friends. A different member store is featured with the titles every week.

  

By promoting through Lady Banks, publishers are making an investment in SIBA member bookstores’ attention and market. SIBA works with them to select titles customers are looking for, and then we drive those customers to SIBA member stores.  Booksellers can boost sales by bringing in Lady Banks Bookshelf titles before the month begins, and putting up a winning display. Send in a photo of your display and earn 20 B3! points, too!

 
 November Titles:

The Monster Hypothesis by Romily Bernard 

The Rib Joint: A Memoir in Essays by Julia Koets

When Silence Sings by Sarah Loudin Thomas

When I Close My Eyes by Elizabeth Musser

Charlie Hernandez & The Castle of Bones by Ryan Calejo 

The Feminist Handbook: Practical Tools to Resist Sexism and Dismantle the Patriarchy by Joanne L. Bagshaw 


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What’s on Lady Banks’ Bookshelf in October?

Posted By Linda-Marie Barrett, Wednesday, September 25, 2019

SIBA promotes six new books every month to consumers in our Lady Banks Bookshelf promotion. These titles appear at the top of our weekly Lady Banks Commonplace Book newsletter, which has a circulation of over 60k.  We also feature them above the fold on the homepage of Authors ‘Round the South and on the cover image of the ARTS Facebook page with buy links promoted to our 15,000 Facebook friends. A different member store is featured with the titles every week.

  

By promoting through Lady Banks, publishers are making an investment in SIBA member bookstores’ attention and market. SIBA works with them to select titles customers are looking for, and then we drive those customers to SIBA member stores.  Booksellers can boost sales by bringing in Lady Banks Bookshelf titles before the month begins, and putting up a winning display. Send in a photo of your display and earn 20 B3! points, too!


Link to the Edelweiss Collection

October Titles:

The Moonshiner's Daughter by Donna Everhart 

Meander Belt: Family, Loss, and Coming of Age in the Working-Class South by M. Randal O’Wain

Angel Mage by Garth Nix

Holding On To Nothing by Elizabeth Chiles Shelburne

Survivors of the Holocaust: True Stories of Six Extraordinary Children edited by Kath Shackleton

Blood, Sweat, and Tears: Jake Gaither, Florida A & M, and the History of Black College Football by Derrick E. White

 

     


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What’s on Lady Banks' Bookshelf in September?

Posted By Linda-Marie Barrett, Monday, August 26, 2019

SIBA promotes six new books every month to consumers in our Lady Banks Bookshelf promotion. These titles appear at the top of our weekly Lady Banks Commonplace Book newsletter, which has a circulation of over 60k.  We also feature them above the fold on the homepage of Authors ‘Round the South and on the cover image of the ARTS Facebook page with buy links promoted to our 15,000 Facebook friends. A different member store is featured with the titles every week.

  

By promoting through Lady Banks, publishers are making an investment in SIBA member bookstores’ attention and market. SIBA works with them to select titles customers are looking for, and then we drive those customers to SIBA member stores.  Booksellers can boost sales by bringing in Lady Banks Bookshelf titles before the month begins, and putting up a winning display. Send in a photo of your display and earn 20 B3! points, too!

 

September Titles:

Monarchs Under the Sassafras Tree by Lillah Lawson

Eastbound from Flagstaff by Annette Valentine

Crescendo by Allen Cheney & Julie Cantrell

Southern Son by Victoria Wilcox

Everywhere She's Not by N. John Shore, Jr.

She Rode a Harley by Mary Jane Black

 

Edelweiss collection

Link to Everywhere She’s Not on IndieBound

Link to Monarchs under the Sassafras Tree on IndieBound

     

  

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What's on Lady Banks' Bookshelf in August?

Posted By Linda-Marie Barrett, Wednesday, July 17, 2019

SIBA promotes six new books every month to consumers in our Lady Banks Bookshelf promotion. These titles appear at the top of our weekly Lady Banks Commonplace Book newsletter, which has a circulation of over 60k.  We also feature them above the fold on the homepage of Authors ‘Round the South and on the cover image of the ARTS Facebook page with buy links promoted to our 15,000 Facebook friends. A different member store is featured with the titles every week.

  

By promoting through Lady Banks, publishers are making an investment in SIBA member bookstores’ attention and market. SIBA works with them to select titles your customers are looking for, and then we drive those customers to your stores.  It’s very worth your while to bring Lady Banks Bookshelf titles in before the month begins, and put up a display.

 

Link to the Edelweiss collection of August titles

Link to Greg Lilly's Stray on ipage (must be logged in to ipage to access)

Featured August titles below:

 

    

 

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What's on Lady Banks' Bookshelf in July?

Posted By Linda-Marie Barrett, Monday, June 17, 2019
Updated: Monday, June 10, 2019

SIBA promotes six new books every month to consumers in our Lady Banks Bookshelf promotion.These titles appear at the top of our weekly Lady Banks Commonplace Book newsletter, which has a circulation of over 60k.  We also feature them above the fold on the homepage of Authors ‘Round the South and on the cover image of the ARTS Facebook page with buy links promoted to our 15,000 Facebook friends. A different member store is featured with the titles every week.

 

Since SIBA redesigned Lady Banks Bookshelf last year, this promotion experienced a 23% increase in audience reach (from 17K to 22.5K), a 16% jump in engagement (from 585 to 700) on social media, a 10% rise in impressions, and a 14% rise in click throughs via email. SIBA attributes the success to a more strongly focused target audience, more active engagement with member bookstores, and a fresh, more visually appealing presence that also appeals to the reader's sense of adventure and individuality.

 

By promoting through Lady Banks, publishers are making an investment in SIBA member bookstores’ attention and market. SIBA works with them to select titles your customers are looking for, and then we drive those customers to your stores.  It’s very worth your while to bring Lady Banks Bookshelf titles in before the month begins, and put up a display. 

 

Edelweiss collection of July Titles

The Substitution Order by Martin Clark

Stay and Fight by Madeline Ffitch

Late Migrations by Margaret Renkl

Last List of Miss Judith Kratt by Andrea Bobotis

Under Currents by Nora Roberts

Midnight at the Blackbird Cafe by Heather Webber

 

     

 


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What's on Lady Banks' Bookshelf in June?

Posted By Linda-Marie Barrett, Tuesday, May 14, 2019

SIBA promotes six new books every month to consumers in our Lady Banks Bookshelf promotion.These titles appear at the top of our weekly Lady Banks Commonplace Book newsletter, which has a circulation of over 60k.  We also feature them above the fold on the homepage of Authors ‘Round the South and on the cover image of the ARTS Facebook page with buy links promoted to our 15,000 Facebook friends. A different member store is featured with the titles every week.

 

Since SIBA redesigned Lady Banks Bookshelf last year, this promotion experienced a 23% increase in audience reach (from 17K to 22.5K), a 16% jump in engagement (from 585 to 700) on social media, a 10% rise in impressions, and a 14% rise in click throughs via email. SIBA attributes the success to a more strongly focused target audience, more active engagement with member bookstores, and a fresh, more visually appealing presence that also appeals to the reader's sense of adventure and individuality.

 

By promoting through Lady Banks, publishers are making an investment in SIBA member bookstores’ attention and market. SIBA works with them to select titles your customers are looking for, and then we drive those customers to your stores.  It’s very worth your while to bring Lady Banks Bookshelf titles in before the month begins, and put up a display.

What’s on the shelf in June? The June Collection on Edelweiss. Shirtless Men Drink Free available through Ingram (must be logged in to Ingram to access).

Serafina & the Seven Stars by Robert Beatty

The Travelers by Regina Porter

Mostly Dead Things by Kristen Arnett

Wild and Crooked by Leah Thomas

Shirtless Men Drink Free by Dwaine Rieves

The Beautiful Mysterious edited by Ann J. Abadie

     

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What's on Lady Banks' Bookshelf in May?

Posted By Linda-Marie Barrett, Monday, April 22, 2019

SIBA promotes six new books every month to consumers in our Lady Banks Bookshelf promotion.These titles appear at the top of our weekly Lady Banks Commonplace Book newsletter, which has a circulation of over 60k.  We also feature them above the fold on the homepage of Authors ‘Round the South and on the cover image of the ARTS Facebook page with buy links promoted to our 15,000 Facebook friends. A different member store is featured with the titles every week.

 

Since SIBA redesigned Lady Banks Bookshelf last year, this promotion experienced a 23% increase in audience reach (from 17K to 22.5K), a 16% jump in engagement (from 585 to 700) on social media, a 10% rise in impressions, and a 14% rise in click throughs via email. SIBA attributes the success to a more strongly focused target audience, more active engagement with member bookstores, and a fresh, more visually appealing presence that also appeals to the reader's sense of adventure and individuality.

 

By promoting through Lady Banks, publishers are making an investment in SIBA member bookstores’ attention and market. SIBA works with them to select titles your customers are looking for, and then we drive those customers to your stores.  It’s very worth your while to bring Lady Banks Bookshelf titles in before the month begins, and put up a display.


What’s on the Shelf in May? The May collection on Edelweiss.


Shining: Ole Smoky Moonshine Family Cookbook by Jessi Baker

Queen Bee by Dorothea Benton Frank

Rules for Visiting by Jessica Francis Kane

Spying on the South: An Odyssey Across the American Divide by Tony Horwitz

Lowest White Boy by Greg Bottoms

The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek by Kim Michele Richardson

 

       


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What’s on Lady Banks Bookshelf in April?

Posted By Linda-Marie Barrett, Tuesday, March 26, 2019

What’s on Lady Banks Bookshelf in April?


SIBA promotes six new books every month to consumers in our Lady Banks Bookshelf promotion.These titles appear at the top of our weekly Lady Banks Commonplace Book newsletter, which has a circulation of over 60k.  We also feature them above the fold on the homepage of Authors ‘Round the South and on the cover image of the ARTS Facebook page with buy links promoted to our 15,000 Facebook friends. A different member store is featured with the titles every week.

 

Since SIBA redesigned Lady Banks Bookshelf last year, this promotion experienced a 23% increase in audience reach(from 17K to 22.5K), and a 16% jump in engagement (from 585 to 700) in on social media, and a 10% rise in impressions, 14% rise in click throughs via email. SIBA attributes the success to a more strongly focused target audience, more active engagement with member bookstores, and a fresh, more visually appealing presence that also appeals to the reader's sense of adventure and individuality.

 

By promoting through Lady Banks, publishers are making an investment in SIBA member bookstores’ attention and market. SIBA works with them to select titles your customers are looking for, and then we drive those customers to your stores.  It’s very worth your while to bring Lady Banks Bookshelf titles in before the month begins, and put up a display.


What’s on the Shelf in April? The April LBB collection on Edelweiss.


The Memory House by Rachel Hauck, ISBN 9780310350965, Thomas Nelson

The Gulf by Belle Boggs, ISBN 978155597834, Graywolf Press

Miracle Creek by Angie Kim, ISBN 9781555978341, Sarah Crichton

The Devouring Gray by Christine Lynn Herman, ISBN 9781368024969, Disney-Hyperion

Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: A Therapist, HER Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed by Lori Gottlieb, ISBN 9781328662057, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

The Perfect Girlfriend by Karen Hamilton, ISBN 9781525831737, Graydon House

 

    

 

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What's on Lady Banks' Bookshelf in March?

Posted By Linda-Marie Barrett, Wednesday, February 20, 2019

What's on Lady Banks' Bookshelf in March?

SIBA promotes six new books every month to consumers in our Lady Banks Bookshelf promotion.These titles appear at the top of our weekly Lady Banks Commonplace Book newsletter, which has a circulation of over 60k.  We also feature them above the fold on the homepage of Authors ‘Round the South and on the cover image of the ARTS Facebook page with buy links promoted to our 15,000 Facebook friends. A different member store is featured with the titles every week.

 

Since SIBA redesigned Lady Banks Bookshelf last year, this promotion experienced a 23% increase in audience reach(from 17K to 22.5K), and a 16% jump in engagement (from 585 to 700) in on social media, and a 10% rise in impressions, 14% rise in click throughs via email. SIBA attributes the success to a more strongly focused target audience, more active engagement with member bookstores, and a fresh, more visually appealing presence that also appeals to the reader's sense of adventure and individuality.

 

By promoting through Lady Banks, publishers are making an investment in SIBA member bookstores’ attention and market. SIBA works with them to select titles your customers are looking for, and then we drive those customers to your stores.  It’s very worth your while to bring Lady Banks Bookshelf titles in before the month begins, and put up a display. Here are our March titles:

 

Martin Luther King Jr.: Voice for Equality by James Buckley Jr., Portable Press

How the Light Gets In by Jolina Petersheim, Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.

Gumbo Life: Tales from the Roux Bayou by Ken Wells, W.W. Norton & Co.

Appalachian Reckoning: A Region Responds to Hillbilly Elegy edited by Anthony Harkins and Meredith McCarroll, West Virginia University Press

Every True Pleasure: LGBTQ Tales of North Carolina edited by Wilton Barnhardt, University of North Carolina Press

Beautiful Bad by Annie Ward, Park Row

 

     


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What's on Lady Banks Bookshelf in February?

Posted By Linda-Marie Barrett, Wednesday, January 30, 2019

What's on Lady Banks' Bookshelf in February?

SIBA promotes six new books every month to consumers in our Lady Banks Bookshelf promotion.These titles appear at the top of our weekly Lady Banks Commonplace Book newsletter, which has a circulation of over 60k.  We also feature them above the fold on the homepage of Authors ‘Round the South and on the cover image of the ARTS Facebook page with buy links promoted to our 15,000 Facebook friends. A different member store is featured with the titles every week. 

Since SIBA redesigned Lady Banks Bookshelf last spring, this promotion experienced a 23% increase in audience reach(from 17K to 22.5K), and a 16% jump in engagement (from 585 to 700) in on social media, and a 10% rise in impressions, 14% rise in click throughs via email. SIBA attributes the success to a more strongly focused target audience, more active engagement with member bookstores, and a fresh, more visually appealing presence that also appeals to the reader's sense of adventure and individuality.

By promoting through Lady Banks, publishers are making an investment in SIBA member bookstores’ attention and market. SIBA works with them to select titles your customers are looking for, and then we drive those customers to your stores.  It’s very worth your while to bring Lady Banks Bookshelf titles in before the month begins, and put up a display.

Our February featured titles are:
  • Never Let Go by Elizabeth Goddard (Revell)
  • The Age of Light by Whitney Scharer (Little, Brown)
  • Go Ahead in the Rain: Notes to A Tribe Called Quest by
    Hanif Abdurraqib (University of Texas Press)
  •  So Here I Am: Speeches by Great Women to Empower and Inspire by Anna Russell (White Lion Publishing)
  •  The Last Thing You Surrender by Leonard Pitts, Jr. (Agate Bolden)
  • Biddy Mason Speaks Up by Arisa White (Heyday)

Here is a link to the collection on Edelweiss.

     

 

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