I have published a book titled: How To Play Craps. How do I find and submit a package to book distributors?
To find book distributors, go to http://www.bookmarket.com/distributors.htm. It’s a list of the top book distributors for indie book publishers (without evaluations). Note: Do your due diligence before signing with any distributor. Talk to their customers (both publishers and bookstores) to verify they’d be a good company for you to work with.
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Once you’ve located some companies you want to contact, send them a copy of your book with a cover letter saying you would like to talk to them about book distribution. Include a book marketing plan as well — a book marketing plan that includes your target audience, how you intend to reach them, and how you intend to get them to go to bookstores to buy your book.
Note: Book distributors don’t want to work with publishers who aren’t working to drive customers to bookstores. Why? Because book distributors make their money selling your books to bookstores.
I hope this helps.