My book releases on May 30th, so not too much more of this book promotion stuff. I know I keep talking about my book, but it’s for good reason. I spent the last two years writing it, and before that, I was coming up with the idea and also researching the publishing process. So, of course, I’m proud of this book. I put the work in and I believe it’s a great product. Actually, here’s what the past few years have looked like:
I want this book to land in as many hands as possible because I believe that it could spark bravery in someone’s life who has been complacent with their ideas. Many individuals never take action and stay stuck because of it. There are so many people who never see their ideas take flight, and this can be changed by tweaking one’s life with the information found inside The Bravest You.
This being said, I feel it is important to ask readers to pre-order my new book for one reason: bookstores purchase book quantities based on pre-orders. And if stores don’t stock enough books, they will run out during book release week–the week when most people are aware of books and their message due to the power of media. (I’m also giving away $2600 in gifts to those who pre-order my new book, making it worth the early purchase.)
I’m a first-time author, so I am learning the process of a book launch as I go. But I do know that pre-orders matter. And if you’re a writer and plan to launch a book someday, remember that pre-orders can and will change the trajectory of your book launch.
Okay, that’s all I’ve got for today. Thanks for reading and for being a part of all of this. It means the world to me.