Hey, look at me, now buy my book.And that is not me at all. Even writing these sentences brings a bit of discomfort because I'm trying to tell you I'm a humble person and not 'pompous and self-centered', as I write about promotion. I am relieved to find promotion is shed in a positive light as I looked up the definition before beginning this post. According to Dictionary.com promote means
to help or encourage to exist or flourish, to promote world peace; education, to put ahead to the next higher stage or grade of course; to encourage the sales, acceptance, etc. of a product especially through advertising or other publicity.
I like the word encourage!!!
If you have read my book, I would love to have you write a review and post it on Amazon. On the page where you buy the book is a place you can write a review. I did receive the highest compliment this week from my daughter Kelsey. In my opinion it is the highest compliment an author can receive. Am I an author? I don't know if I can call myself that yet. What is the definition of author?
Anyway, Kelsey sent me a text this past week saying
I think you are a fabulous writer and really pull the reader in with the way you explain everything and just create a picture with your words.
She makes me blush!