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How To Launch A Virtual Book Tour by Lisa London
Virtual book tours are a great way to promote your book to an online audience: you make virtual appearances on blogs, websites, and podcasts.
There are plenty of marketing and PR services out there can book you on a solid virtual book tour — and if you have the funds, by all means, try ’em out! But if you’re promoting your book on a tight budget, it’s also possible to book your own virtual book tour.
What is a virtual book tour?
A virtual book tour is a great way to promote your book to an online audience.
Instead of (or in addition to) traveling from town to town to promote your book at in-person events (libraries, bookstores, schools, etc.), you make virtual appearances on a number of blogs, websites, podcasts, and internet radio stations.
“I’m Ok” – And All The Other BULLSH#T We Keep Telling Ourselves And Others by Simeon Lindstrom
In this book you will NOT find any quick tips and tricks on how to live a fabulous life free of suffering or fear or confusion.
The approach I outline in this book actually goes against most of the popular ways to tackle depression, anxiety or general malaise. But it is an approach that allowed me to dig deep into my own authenticity, be honest with myself and start to make real, lasting changes in my life.
The Sorites Principle by Ian Gibbs
Welcome to the Sorites Worksheets, a set of activities that are designed to help and encourage you to apply the Sorites Principle which in turn will help you to work towards your life goals and start achieving your dreams today.
These worksheets were originally intended to accompany my book The Sorites Principle: How to harness the power of perseverance, but there is no reason why you couldn’t try them out by yourself and, as such, I have included a brief explanation of what each one is for.
In case you aren’t familiar with the book, in it I make reference to certain ‘Perseverance Tools’ such as ‘Star Charts’ and ‘Weekly Piece Planners’. But if you’re anything like me, you might be a bit reticent about drawing a chart or graph from scratch, especially if it happened to be someone else in your family who got the artistic talents and your hand is a bit wobbly. After all, what’s the point of reinventing the wheel if someone else has already done it for you with professionally designed and ‘easy-to-download’ PDF files?
So what you now have is just that – a handy and convenient set of worksheets for you to use and abuse to your heart’s desire.
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