Simmons Article on New York Times Bestselling Author’s Blog
Today, United Kingdom-based Joanna Penn, an Award-nominated, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author posted a "Guest" blog on her website, "The Creative Penn," which was written by ESE, Inc. CEO Eric Simmons. In his piece, "How to Get Your Book Into Libraries," Simmons describes the methodology he developed to successfully get his Self-Published books placed into sixty-eight (68) libraries in a little over a year, without paying for expensive book reviews! Currently, seven (7) of the "Top 25" largest Public libraries in the U.S., and the 19th largest Academic library in the Country, per the American Library Association, have acquired books written by Simmons including the New York Public Library for its world-renowned research arm, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.
The Creative Penn site is regularly voted one of the Top 100 blogs for writers by Writers Digest and gets over 500,000 unique visits per month, as measured by Google Analytics. To view Simmons' article, visit https://www.thecreativepenn.com/blog/. For a list of the Libraries that have purchased Simmons' books, go to www.esetomes.com/library-customers.
Books written by Eric Simmons fall under the ESETOMES brand and include his Amazon "Best Seller" Memoir, "Not Far From The Tree," "#HTSP - How to Self-Publish," and "ESETOMES Box Set" an eBook compilation of Simmons' first two books.
"Not Far From The Tree," "#HTSP - How to Self-Publish," and "ESETOMES Box Set" are copyrighted products of ESE, Inc.