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01 Jul

HarperCollins Launches Frontlist and Fall 2020 Promotion

This offer is an opportunity for HarperCollins’ independent retail accounts as they reopen their stores and rebuild their business in the second half of 2020.

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30 Jun

Penguin Random House’s Out of Print Company Launches Face Mask Line Together With ABA

A portion of each sale is being donated to the Book Industry Charitable Foundation to assist bookstores impacted by COVID-19. 

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29 Jun

Chicago Distribution Center Launches Free Freight Promo for Indie Bookstores

In addition to free freight, booksellers are eligible for an extra discount on orders placed between Wednesday, July 1, and Friday, October 30, 2020.

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29 Jun

Penguin Random House Two-Day Transit Program Begins July 1

To support booksellers nationwide who are working under extraordinary circumstances, Penguin Random House will accelerate to summer the start of its annual Two-Day Transit Program. 

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23 Jun

Judge Denies Trump Administration’s Request to Halt Publication of Bolton Book

Following Judge Royce Lamberth’s ruling, Bolton’s book was published on Tuesday, June 23. Prior to that, more than 200,000 copies of the memoir had already been circulated. 

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22 Jun
Let's Talk About Pre-Orders!

New Titles Added to ABA’s Pre-Order Calendar

The calendar features books with added value, such as signed copies and exclusive merchandise, to entice customers to order from their local indie bookstore. 

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16 Jun

New Indie Shindig Initiative for Independent Bookstores to Benefit Binc

Indie Shindig will consist of 14 separate hour-long themed weekly events to introduce booksellers to new and upcoming titles.

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03 Jun

Simon & Schuster Announces IndieAid 2020 Program to Assist Independent Booksellers

These new promotional terms are designed to help independent booksellers recover from financial hardships caused by the sudden and catastrophic loss of business due to COVID-19.

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01 Jun

Jonathan Karp Named President and CEO of Simon & Schuster

Karp will oversee all of Simon & Schuster’s domestic and international publishing operations. 

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20 May
Coronavirus Resources for Booksellers

Hachette, Macmillan Launch Reopening Programs for Indie Bookstores

As independent bookstores look to reopen following COVID-19 shutdowns, Hachette and Macmillan have developed reopening programs for American Booksellers Association member stores.

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12 May
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Simon & Schuster President and CEO Carolyn Reidy Dies

On Tuesday, May 12, Simon & Schuster President and CEO Carolyn Reidy died after experiencing a heart attack. She was 71.

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12 May

“For Dummies” Books Available to Booksellers on Request

To help out during the COVID-19 crisis, Wiley is offering to send copies of Microsoft Teams for Dummies and Zoom for Dummies to independent booksellers free of charge upon request.

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21 Apr

Nosy Crow Publishes Free E-book “Coronavirus: A Book for Children”

The informational guide defines coronavirus, explains why everyday routines have been disrupted, and lays out how everyone can do their part to help.

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14 Apr

Next Europa Editions’ “Our Brilliant Friends” Event Continues to Benefit #SaveIndieBookstores

The event will feature Ann Goldstein, Sam Bett, Jennifer Croft, and “Comma Queen” Mary Norris; all proceeds will benefit the #SaveIndieBookstores campaign.

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08 Apr

New COVID-Related Publisher Offers and Updates Available in Book Buyer’s Handbook

Handbook users will find a collection of publisher-provided information related to the COVID-19 outbreak, including details about special offers, key contacts, ordering and returns policies, and more. 

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