Go for what you want. If you’re drawn towards a certain activity or direction in life go for it, regardless of how illogical it may seem. That’s what I suggest to readers in the book “Just Like That! How to Get Anything You Want” (the reasons for that are in the book!).
I’m doing exactly that in my life and part of that journey involved the writing of this book, the publishing of it and now of course the marketing. Each phase has given me amazing new experiences and understandings about life and who I am and has propelled, okay sometimes forced, me to grow. And I’m pleased with my progress. Some of the stuff I’ve discovered – both about myself and life – has been unexpected to say the least.
The New World of Marketing
Right now I’m fully immersed in the marketing of the book. Somehow the world has to learn “Just Like That!” is available right? And well worth reading 😉 ! Marketing is new for me, I don’t have a publicist (yet?) and I don’t have a marketing team. It’s just me but I’m keen and there are so many opportunities it’s almost overwhelming – in a good way for sure. And hence a few delays in posting new articles. But I love learning and I’m having the time of my life with this project, also meeting many helpful, friendly people along the way. I could easily work 24x7and assume this is the case for most authors who are as passionate as I am about the contents of their book.
Helpful Friendly People are Always There For You
One of those helpful people has been Irene Watson of www.readerviews.com. Irene is welcoming and supportive and quickly responds to all e-mails (with smiley faces all over the place). Irene has taken what can be a serious business – book promotion – and made it light-hearted and fun like it should be. See all her other helpful websites at the link above.
This week the first review of my book arrived from www.readerviews.com by Paige Lovitt (thank you Paige) and here it is: