Nobody writes a book to sell books. The primary reason writers write is so that people will read books – and we are no different.
Just Cause and Effect – Selenium Deficiency in New Zealand was written for readers – so yes, we are excited every time a book sells, and of course we are delighted every-time a retailer chooses to stock our books – but we are thrilled beyond belief when a library choses to add it to their collection – because that means people we don’t know, who maybe loves books, or maybe is searching for information, (or both) gets to read it too.
We’re thrilled that public libraries throughout New Zealand have added Just Cause and Effect to their collections – you can now check it out from Invercargill to Auckland and lots of places in between like Dunedin, Gore, Palmerston North, New Plymouth, Hastings, Greymouth, Buller, Christchurch and Oamaru.
If it’s not in your library yet, drop them a line, and ask them to add it.
That’s the other great thing about libraries – they really do want to stock the books that you want to read.