The Bookstore for Horse Lovers launched in 2020 to promote and highlight our unique community and reach potential readers without getting lost in the shuffle of big-box stores.
The site is growing and I am looking for a self-starting intern interested in building their marketing and branding resume. I am looking for someone to help me grow author opportunities, exposure at events, and manage day-to-day operations.
- 5-10 hours a week.
- Organize author giveaways and promotions.
- Update the website with the monthly featured author(s) or when applications are accepted for inclusion.
- Create content and provide opportunities for engagement on social media.
- Grow email newsletter.
- Manage a monthly newsletter with featured author information, new releases, and giveaways.
- Reach out to potential vendors/horse shows/events for pop-up shop opportunities.
- Invite authors to guest post on the website blog.
This is a non-paid position for the first three months. I will review additional opportunities for responsibility and payment after this time period. This is a wonderful opportunity to join a growing brand on the ground and for aspiring authors to make connections also!
Contact me at email@example.com or connect with me at the AHP conference next week to apply!
About The Bookstore for Horse Lovers
The Bookstore for Horse Lovers is a virtual bookstore is a unique platform dedicated to highlighting authors of horse books and connecting with readers in their niche. Readers may search featured authors, fiction authors, and non-fiction authors, read their official biographies, follow them on social media and click through to the designated purchase site provided by the author. Visit booksforhorselovers.com to learn more.
About Heather Wallace
Heather Wallace writes about confidence, overcoming self-doubt, and following her passion. She is the award-winning author of non-fiction titles Confessions of a Timid Rider, which details her insights about being an anxiety-ridden but passionate horse lover and Girl Forward: A Tale of One Woman’s Unlikely Adventure in Mongolia. Heather is also well known for her blog, The Timid Rider, chronicling her journey as a returning adult equestrian with a lot more curves and a lot more determination. Visit her on social media @timidrider or at timidrider.com.
Contact: Heather Wallace