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Wake Forest, Page 158, and Martin Lindstrom, Part Two

Posted By Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance, Wednesday, July 20, 2016

 

After sitting with Martin Lindstrom and Page 158 booksellers Dave & Sue for an hour or so, with Sue taking furious notes, Martin then headed outside with all of us, and started by talking about flow; how many cars drive by, how many people, who are the neighbors?  What can drivers see of the store?  How to best use your signs and chalkboards.  The front door had many window clings (I had confirmed the SIBA cling when I’d visited the day before.) He sent me in the store to ask a customer what they had seen on the door – customer had not seen anything.  Get rid of the clings.

And then the windows.  Use the windows to focus customer attention.  Remove clutter.  Focus the eye.  He opened the door to the store.  What do you see first?  We saw a fire extinguisher, a window shutter filled with business cards stuck every which way, and a free weekly paper stand plus a wall display of coloring books.  Is that what you most want folks to see?

Is there a focal point for the eye at the back of the store that draws the customer on in? There should be.  Create a flow.  How would you walk thru here and what would you see?  Is that what you want them to see?  How do the books look on the shelves?  Are they displayed in a way that customers feel as though they can find what they are looking for?  Clear signs?

Remove clutter.  If it doesn’t sell your brand, your books, or your message, get rid of it.  Use your brand.  Tear page 158 out of old books and make placemats and give them to local restaurants to use if they’d like.  Make sure you are always promoting your store.  Don’t let events overwhelm your brand.

Martin gave them homework while we went to lunch.  Dave & Sue were to take all of the ideas and divide them up into 3 columns, Yes, we will & right away; Yes, we’re interested, but need some time; and No thank you.

Martin departed around 2pm.  But the fun continued for me.  With permission from Sue & Dave, I played in the store until 6pm. I moved displays, re-shelved books, facing out titles every few feet, redid the front window, organized the kids section, and paired all of the plush with their books.  I took down old posters, and spread the blank journals throughout the store, shopping all the while.  I had a ball and I appreciate their trust and their willingness to let me play all day.  I loved every second of it.

Sidebar – Lunch was amazing.  Not the food so much, it was tasty but not what I remember.  What I recall is my time listening to Martin talk about his life, he travels 305 days a year, taking 60 days off. There is not time for a family, and Martin seems content.  He lives between Australia and Sweden, and both places sound fascinating.  He expressed interest in our politics, not surprisingly, and his interests are varied and scintillating.

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Wake Forest University is NOT in Wake Forest, NC!

Posted By Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance, Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Who knew?  This is one of the million things I learned in my 48 hours in the town of Wake Forest, visiting Page 158 Books.  I read Small Data when the galley was first issued and was quite excited about the ideas and concepts shared, and was looking forward to hearing Martin Lindstrom at Winter Institute in Denver, but the planes, trains, and automobiles thwarted my efforts and I missed his talk.  Bummer! But no worries because lucky bookseller Sue Lucey won the in-person consult with Martin and both he, and Sue & Dave Lucey, Page 158 owners, agreed I could come visit when he did and it was amazing!  This visit will more than inform SIBA’s Peer Reviews.

Patrick & I jumped in the car on Wednesday and drove up and met Sue & Dave for dinner, and then joined them and their friends for Trivia Night (Beer Pressure took Third Place) at a local brewery a few doors down from their store.  We headed back to the Lucey abode and got a good nights’ sleep for what lay ahead.  I really didn’t know what Martin would do.  I think I imagined him sitting in a corner of the store watching, watching, looking, and listening for hours, and then delivering a to-do-list.  It was my hope that I might get a chance to take him to lunch and pick that massive brain and I did but there was so much more.

 

We all arrived at the store at 10am and sat in a circle with Martin immediately diving into conversation.  He’s reserved and chatty.  Thoughtful, and spontaneous, and if I sound like a fan-girl, I am.  First focusing on Sue & Dave’s biggest problem – Though located on the main street for a year, there were still thousands of locals that did not know they were there.  How to best get the word out?, Martin asked after the events or activities that had proven to be successful, and the coloring book nights came up.  We explored why that was so.  Childlike, easy, relaxing, social – these seemed to be the keys to its success, and then Martin asked about the Guinness World Book of Records for the largest coloring book?  Whaaatt? 

 

Sidebar – Somatic Memory – This is a memory that shows up on a brain scan.  It can be positive or negative, but it is literally unforgettable.  All Page 158 need do is create a somatic memory.  An event so epic, that anyone who participates will never forget it, and he walked us through the steps to creating a somatic memory. 

 

I’ll share more about my day with Martin Lindstrom and my time with Sue & Dave at Page 158 Books, in Wake Forest, NC – Where the College Used to Be – in the next installment of SIBA Express, but in the meantime, get you a copy of Small Data, and read it.  You won’t be sorry!

Tags:  Lucey  Martin Lindstrom  Page 158  Small Data  Wake Forest 

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Regionals & What I’m Excited About

Posted By Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance, Thursday, May 5, 2016
Updated: Wednesday, May 4, 2016

 

Welcome back to our column in the Bargain Book News (BBN).  There is so much coming up that I am excited about.  It is the face-to-face time with southern booksellers that gets me so excited.  My passion right now is focused on Regional Reads – region-wide handselling challenges. 

What am I excited about?

·         SIBA hosts her first One Book, One South, Jr. with Kate DiCamillo’s Raymie Nightingale at the close of Children’s Book Week on May 6th on Facebook.  Show your support here

·         I’m looking forward to being in Chicago at BookExpo America.  SIBA is hosting a Happy Hour for southern booksellers on Tuesday evening pre the PRH Kick-Off Party, and we will all be together again after Stacy Mitchell’s talk on New Localism on Wednesday morning.

·         The SIBA Team heads to Savannah to meet with the hotel and begin laying out #SIBA16.  This is always an exciting time.  We will be laying out the show, meeting with local folks in Savannah, building excitement for #READ: Savannah, our consumer component, as well as our industry Discovery Show.

·         I’ll be visiting SIBA store Page 158 when Martin Lindstrom, author of Small Data, comes to fulfill Page 158’s prize of an on-site evaluation with Mr. Lindstrom.  I’m eager to see him in action and hopeful it will inform SIBA’s Peer Reviews. 

·         Then we’re off to the ABC Children’s Institute in Orlando, Florida, and what caught my eye there was besides Kate DiCamillo’s Keynote is the Roundtable – Coordinating a Regional Handselling Challenge on Wednesday afternoon.  I’m so hoping all of the southern booksellers will be there.

·         And then SIBA will have a huge booth at the American Library Association Annual Conference and Exhibition.  We’ll be joined by Phonesmith & Founder of Call Me Ishmael phone, and successful CrowdFunder Logan Smalley, and Working Title Farmer and TRIO Founder Shari Smith, SIBA Board Member Erica Merrell, and Page 158 Bookseller Sue Lucey plus any SIBA member who’d like to extend their Institute stay by two nights in exchange for one free night at #SIBA16.  We’ll be promoting our bookstores, our programs, including the Trio Exhibit, the Call Me Ishmael phone, and the hundreds of other ways libraries and bookstores can work together.

·         I’d like to talk about Regional Handselling Challenges.  Basically, all of the programs SIBA puts together for her stores, from Lady Banks Pick of the Week, to the Book Prize, the Okra Picks to Trio, and the Holiday Catalog are all Regional Calls to Handsell.  This is a large collection of books mostly selected by booksellers that SIBA hopes her stores will accept as handselling challenges.  When any of these titles show up on our Indie Bestseller list, it tells everyone, we accepted the challenge, and met it.  Let’s do more of that, and please tell me how to help.

And finally, here's where my heart is for the month of May so don't be surprised if you hear about this from me in Chicago:

Regional Bookstore Challenge
East, west, north, south or mid-America; which region has more heart?Binc board membersDeb Leonard(Great Lakes Independent Booksellers Association) andWanda Jewell(Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance) have put out a challenge to all independent bookstores to find out!
During the month of May bookstores can begin or increase a sustaining donation to earn points. The winning region will win a special party from Binc during their fall trade show.Here are the rules>


 

The Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance (SIBA) and the Great American Bargain Book Show (GABBS) have partnered up in many ways that have proved beneficial but we mostly want our efforts to benefit booksellers and with that goal in mind, BBN has agreed to give us a little space in their popular, far-reaching newsletter.  So, a few housekeeping details.  We are hoping to benefit all booksellers but a few columns may be SIBA-specific and we’ll let you know up front when that’s the case.  We’d also like to invite booksellers to offer up guest posts so if you have an idea or concept that you’d like to share, simply email wanda@sibaweb.com.


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Namedropping!

Posted By Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance, Thursday, February 25, 2016

Welcome back to our column in the Bargain Book News (BBN).  March 1 – 4 marks the dates of SIBA in the Springtime (SITS) and the Great American Bargain Book Show (GABBS).

The Great American Bargain Book Show (GABBS) is a national show in Atlanta, GA.  Atlanta is easily accessible from anywhere in the US, and hotels & restaurants are affordable.

Who is going to be there?

·       SIBA President, Fiction Addiction Owner, Edelweiss Savant, and ABACUS South Initiator Jill Hendrix

·      SIBA Book Award Winner, Okra Pick, National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, Newbery Medalist, and NY Times Bestselling author Kate DiCamillo

·      American Booksellers Association CEO, PW Person of the Year, and activist Oren Teicher.

·      Bloomsbury Publisher and 44 year industry veteran,  George Gibson’s

·      Phonesmith & Founder of Call Me Ishmael phone, and successful CrowdFunder Logan Smalley.

·      GABBS Owner, new grandfather, and Bargain Book Savant Larry May.

·      Lady Banks, Geek Girl, and Girl Friday + SA-TH Nicki Leone.

·      Walls of Books and Gottwals Books owner, instructor par excellence, and bargain book shopper Shane Gottwals.

·      Flyleaf Books owner, ABA Board Member, and “total book geek” Jamie Fiocco.

·      GABBS First-timers, Baker & Taylor employees, and gift + TS360 experts Gary Brooks, and Julie Isgrig.

·      SIBA Board Members, booksellers, and hardworking southern sisters Erica Merrell, Stephanie Crowe, and Linda-Marie Barrett.

·      SIBA Executive Director, and new grandma Wanda Jewell.

Come on down, we’ll be looking for you.  Let’s sit & gabb.  Register here.  Email me with SITS & GABBS in the subject line and we’ll waive your $99 SITS registration fee and send you the code.

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Why GABBS? I’ve been to Winter Institute, and attend my regional show, and the BEA. Why add GABBS?

Posted By Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance, Friday, February 12, 2016

Welcome back to our column in the Bargain Book News (BBN).  March 1 – 4 marks the dates of SIBA in the Springtime (SITS) and the Great American Bargain Book Show (GABBS).

The Great American Bargain Book Show (GABBS) is a national show in Atlanta, GA.  Atlanta is easily accessible from anywhere in the US, and hotels & restaurants are affordable.

What does this event offer that I can’t get anywhere else?

·         Be the first to hear the results of ABACUS SouthSIBA is the first region to have enough stores participate in ABACUS to be able to pull our own regions results.  Hear how we did it and what we learned.

·         Booksellers will enjoy lunch and hear Kate DiCamillo bring her gift of gab about her new book – Raymie Nightingale.  Learn about SIBA’s successful One Book, One South, Jr. event with Raymie and southern readers. 

·         Be in the first ever session of Indie Bookstores and the New Localism: What You Can Do presented by the American Booksellers Association and takeaway important resources and data.

·         George Gibson’s The Economics of Publishing will include remainder and bargain books.

·         Experience the Call Me Ishmael phone.

·         Enjoy easy access to the Atlanta Spring Gift, Home Furnishings & Holiday Market® . GABBS is the only book show that takes place in tandem with the Gift Market.

·         When’s the last time you went on a Field TripGABBS offers Field Trips to both the Gift Market and the GABBS show floor.  Learn from veterans the ins and outs of working both of these valuable events.

Come on down, we’ll be looking for you.  Let’s sit & gabb.  Register here.  Email me with SITS & GABBS in the subject line and we’ll waive your $99 SITS registration fee and send you the code.

The Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance (SIBA) and the Great American Bargain Book Show (GABBS) have partnered up in many ways that have proved beneficial but we mostly want our efforts to benefit booksellers and with that goal in mind, BBN has agreed to give us a little space in their popular, far-reaching newsletter.  So, a few housekeeping details.  We are hoping to benefit all booksellers but a few columns may be SIBA-specific and we’ll let you know up front when that’s the case.  We’d also like to invite booksellers to offer up guest posts so if you have an idea or concept that you’d like to share, simply email wanda@sibaweb.com.

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SITS & GABBS. What is that?

Posted By Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance, Wednesday, February 3, 2016

SITS & GABBS.  What is that?

March 1 – 4 marks the dates of SIBA in the Springtime (SITS) and the Great American Bargain Book Show (GABBS).

Imagine my delight when I discovered that SIBA in the Springtime’s acronym was SITS, and GABBS (Great American Bargain Book Show) was already GABBS!  And what is better for booksellers than sitting and gabbing?  It seems that when booksellers gather in real time face to face, that is when the magic happens.  For all of the benefits of social networking, websites, and webinars, emailing and facetiming, nothing is more effective than gathering to sit and share the gift of gab with one other.

  • Be the first to hear the results of ABACUS South.  SIBA is the first region to have enough stores participate in ABACUS to be able to pull our own regions results, and SIBA President Jill Hendrix will be gabbing about the numbers and what they mean for all southern booksellers.
  • Booksellers will enjoy lunch and hear Kate DiCamillo bring her gift of gab about her new book – Raymie Nightingale, and then we’ll all sit & gabb about the upcoming One Book, One South, Jr. event with Raymie and southern readers.  Thank you Candlewick!
  • The American Booksellers Association will deliver education about Minimum Wage and host their Spring Bookseller Forum!
  • Sit and hear George Gibson with Jamie Fiocco gab economically about the Economics of Publishing!  This popular session from #SIBA15 is being presented for booksellers at SITS & GABBS.
  • Gab with veteran booksellers on your Field Trip to the Atlanta Gift Market or to the Great American Bargain Book Show.
  • Do not miss this great opportunity to impact your bottom line with high margin bargain books & gift items.  This event was built for both.

We’d love to see you in Atlanta in March.  It’s a great event to follow Winter Institute. An easy, affordable flight into Atlanta plus a reasonable hotel rate and you can’t beat the southern hospitality.  So come on down, we’ll be looking for you.  Let’s sit & gabb.  Register here.  Email me with SITS & GABBS in the subject line and we’ll waive your $99 SITS registration fee and send you the member code.

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A display a day? But it’s the Holidays, you say.

Posted By Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance, Sunday, December 20, 2015

Less than a dozen days of intense shopping ahead.  And changing up a display can move a cross section of books that customers haven’t seen before.

But I don’t have time to change out displays!  Of course you don’t.  Call on your staff to do two things.  The first is to bring in an odd display piece; a paint can, a tool belt, a garden gnome, anything over-sized or miniature, old photos, etc., and second, to be responsible for refreshing display area regularly, adding and subtracting books between sales on the floor.

  • Palette together books by color.
  • Pull books with faces on the cover.
  • Books with films based on them make a great display.
  • Take a small section and put them all out, self-help or manga.
  • Gather all the journals, blank books, and writing tools.
  • Spread out a buffet of cookbooks.

Don’t be afraid to create a space, use a few props, and change out the books based on any criteria you come up with.  These titles will sell and customers will be interested to look at a new display a day.  And you can always get inspiration here.

The Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance (SIBA) and the Great American Bargain Book Show (GABBS) have partnered up in many ways that have proved beneficial but we mostly want our efforts to benefit booksellers and with that goal in mind, Bargain Book News (BBN) has agreed to give us a little space in their popular, far-reaching newsletter.  We only place the article here after it has run in BBN.  You can subscribe to BBN here: http://www.bargainbooknews.com/ 

We’d also like to invite booksellers to offer up guest posts so if you have an idea or concept that you’d like to share, simply email wanda@sibaweb.com.

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The STARS Speakers Bureau

Posted By Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance, Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Stars Speakers Bureau

Southern Traveling Authors Registration Service In my younger days as a bookseller (I don’t want to admit exactly how long ago!) I used to manage a small bookstore on the North Carolina coast. So it was not unusual for me to answer the phone and find that it was an author was planning on spending their vacation at the beach, and wanting to do a little promotion or have an event while they were in town.

Unfortunately, they usually called the week before they were coming, or even strolled into the shop that first day of their stay, looking to set something up. This was frustrating for me, because as the store manager I had made it my business to be in touch with all sorts of groups who might be interested in literary things – book clubs, teachers, civic associations, rotary clubs – and I knew that indeed I could have found an audience for this writer’s book, if only I had a bit of a heads up. You know, so I could at least have made sure the book was in stock.

It is a dilemma common to many booksellers, especially as more and more often authors are responsible for arranging their own events and appearances. So SIBA has created the “Southern Traveling Authors Registration Service” (“STARS”) Speakers Bureau as a resource to help writers find readers via our independent bookstore members. STARS is both a calendar of events at our member stores, and a speakers directory of authors who are currently traveling in the south. Authors create profiles and post their itineraries, and bookstores – and their customers – can search the directory for authors who might be coming to their area and interested in doing an event or speaking to a group. Authors get a chance to meet new readers. Readers get a chance to meet their favorite authors. And because any book sales from an event booked through STARS must go through one of SIBA’s member bookstores, bookstores get to sell books and expand their customer base. Win-win-win.

To date, there are approximately a hundred authors in the STARS directory – all willing to speak to book clubs, library meetings, classrooms, and at festivals. Even if they aren’t currently on tour, they are usually willing to make a trip for its own sake, or pad out their travel plans with a few stops to meet with readers along the way.

Bookstores love the directory because it allows them to reach authors directly who might not otherwise be touring to fill out their own event schedule. Civic organizations, teachers, book festival organizers, and book clubs love the directory because it is a great resource for finding authors for their programming. And authors love the directory because there is nothing better than going to an event you know will be well attended, because the readers have sought you out and asked you to come.

Visit http://stars.authorsroundthesouth.com to learn more.

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A Year of Okra

Posted By Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance, Wednesday, December 16, 2015

A Year of Okra

Okra PicksIt’s the time of year when people start to look back, assess how the past year has gone, think about the highs and the lows – the goals missed and the goals surpassed. The book industry is no different. Now is the time when “Best of” lists start to proliferate – the Best Books of the past year, the favorite books of the year, the most memorable, most important, most surprising….you get the idea.

SIBA’s own “best of” can be seen in the past year’s set of “Okra Picks” – a list of a dozen books picked for each season, upcoming southern titles booksellers are extra excited about. (“Let’s call them ‘okra picks’ instead of Oprah picks!” said Executive Director Wanda Jewell when she first came up with the idea).

Much like the books on the “Indie Next” list, the idea behind was to highlight the power of independent bookstores to make a book a success, and at the same time bring attention to Southern books that end up “going national” thanks to their initial support from Southern indie bookstores.  Here are the books that Southern indie bookstores chose this past year:

Okra Picks for 2015: Winter | Spring | Summer | Fall

So how did they do? Did any of the 2015 Okra Picks become a “success”? Are any of them likely to be on anyone’s “best of 2015” list?

Well, we can say that for the entire year, every weekly Southern Independent Bestseller list featured at least one, and often two or three Okra Pick titles. Some, like Go Set a Watchman, were to be expected. But others, such as Harrison Scott Key’s debut memoir The World’s Largest Man, were evidence of indie bookstore enthusiasm. Some of the books were happy recognition of some familiar names: Tom Piazza (A Free State), Greg Iles (Natchez Burning), Diane Chamberlain (Pretending to Dance), Homer Hickam (Carrying Albert Home). Others introduced us to the newest members of the Southern Literary pantheon: Leonard Pitts, Jr. (Grant Park), T. Geronimo Johnson (Welcome to Braggsville), Brian Panowich (Bull Mountain), James E. McTeer, III (Minnow).  There have been more than a few movie rights optioned (Bull Mountain, Serafina and the Black Cloak), and more than a few that have begun to appear on the “Best of” lists for the year from other sources: You’ll find Hester Young’s The Gates of Evangeline on the Best of 2015 according to Publisher’s Weekly.

All of which suggests that if you want to have your finger on the literary pulse of the times (or simply want to stock books that you can count on to sell), then you should be following the Okra Picks – the best of the upcoming southern literature, chosen by the people who would know: Southern Indie Booksellers.

Visit http://authorsroundthesouth.com/okra to stay current with the Okra Picks.

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What will you discover at #SIBA15?

Posted By Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance, Thursday, August 27, 2015

SIBA is 40!
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What will you discover?

We are less than a month away from SIBA’s 40th Anniversary Discovery Show, and what a show it will be.  The incredible gift we received from our Anniversary Ambassador, The Reba & Dave Williams Foundation for Literature and the Arts has been put to good use in underwriting B3! Building Better Booksellers.  This is our amazing Member Engagement Program, where members benefit financially, and business-wise for engaging with SIBA.  More engagement, more benefits.  It’s wonderful and allows for booksellers to earn their way to SIBA.

The Savor the South Bookstore Tour & BBQ is going to be epic.  Five stores, four towns, three sponsors, + BBQ!  We do need folks to claim their seat on the shuttle so if you haven’t done that, you need to.

Reba & Dave Williams are our Industry Breakfast Speakers on Fridaymorning and immediately following, we will be dedicating a beautiful small library in the Hilton Raleigh Hotel Lobby: The Reba & Dave Williams Foundation for Literature and the Arts Library.  The Library will be filled with new titles booksellers will have the opportunity to see and will serve as our #Hashtag Photo Booth.

Reba & Dave Williams will be on the exhibitor floor at 9:45 am on Saturday morning and all I can say is, you should be there, too! 

This is the show of shows.  Talk about Discovery!  The Trio exhibit will debut at SIBA and travel the south until next SIBA when a new Trio will be introduced.  SIBA Bookstores will be able to enjoy the exhibit, and sign up to host the Trio Exhibit in their community.  This is an exciting novel approach to promoting literature.

We have 140 writers appearing on panels, at meal events, and other special events over the weekend of SIBA.  We have 184 exhibitors on the exhibit floor.  We have 12 first-time exhibitors. We have a dozen education sessions and thousands of books to consider.  What will you discover?

The Shoe Burnin’ Show is back.  This literary hootenanny is not to be missed, and again is being offered to stores that would like to bring such an event into their own communities. Parapalooza! and Tim Federle are back.  We are adding an exciting new component this year in addition to the Are You There God?, It’s Me Margaritas. And offering up a Tip Sheet for booksellers who’d like to try this at home.

The Moveable Feast this year will not only be the finale for #SIBA15, but also the kick-off of Triangle Reads, the new consumer day that SIBA is trying on for size with SheReads who hopes to offer this model to bookstores across the south.

There will be an in-room SIBA channel on your televisions where you can see book trailers for new books and other interesting items. Authors will vote in a new Bibb Pick, everyone will vote for the $1000 Book Award Display Winner, and the Buyers Raffle continues.

You don’t want to miss this show

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