Donate Your Book To Libraries In The Town Where The Book Was Set In

Hey Love Bugs,

NaNoWriMo has officially begun, anyone writing? I wrote my first 1,758. That’s more than my daily goal. I might actually make it this time around (we will not discuss last year). I’m excited for my new suspense/thriller.

Moving along, this week will talk about donating your book. Sounds crazy right? Like, we only survive if we’re making book sales so why would we just give our books away? You have done a giveaway before right? If not, you really should.

Yes, it’s important that we make sales. How else will we ever become full-time writers? Well, giving away your book is a good way to gain fans on that road to becoming a full-time  writer. People will read your book and if they like what they read that will lead them to eventually purchase future books. Get it?

I admit that I haven’t myself done this tip but this week went by really fast.

I will however be looking in to getting my book into some libraries.

I hope you guys do this and if you have please let me know how it went. Okay. That’s all I have to say about that and now my list of other things.

Disclaimer: I did not create any of these tips. If you would like to find the complete list click the link:

My first book is still available for sale and you can purchase the book here:

You can read an unedited edition of my next book, an urban drama, here:

My thriller that I am writing during NaNoWriMo can be previewed here:

And lastly, don’t forget to follow me on Amazon here:

As always it’s been fun chatting with you. I post blogs on Wednesdays. Be sure to subscribe to my blog if you haven’t already and if you have any questions or something you want me to blog about, comment below.

Until next week… Love, Peace & Chicken Grease.


Author: TaQuanda Taylor

TaQuanda Taylor is a native of Rochester, NY. She studied at School of the Arts high school as a drama major. TaQuanda moved to Brooklyn, NY in 2007. In 2011 TaQuanda made an active decision to pursue a career in writing. She enrolled in the Creative Writing for Entertainment program at Full Sail University where she is working on her Bachelors degree in Fine Arts.

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