With the number of supporters that left over my controversial remarks (at last count, about 250), I had to find a way to mobilize, get back on track, and resume what I do best. Knit and write. I’m happy YOU are still here reading this.
And I cannot stress how much a nice hot bath while reading Calvin and Hobbes can do for your spirit.
I knit up this little bear, then took a nice soak. With a “Eureka!” in the bathtub, I reminded myself that I needed to get back to promoting my new book. It’s that simple. And what a great distraction it is, too. All of the political discussion, washed away. All of the vitriol, poof! Gone. I loved writing this book, and I loved learning so many interesting things about myself while writing it. I learned more about my past than I think any session with a counselor could have produced.
I want to push the digital copy more than anything. Books can die in a matter of minutes. But, with the digital version, it can be downloaded instantly, read in a day or two, then given a review on amazon, and that will help push sales. I guess if there ever was a rallying cry, then this is it.
I want to sell 10 copies of the digital version tonight, then I’m hoping once you read the book, you’ll be kind enough to head to amazon and give the book a very honest review.
It is true, that my controversial remarks have caused a financial problem. I expected that. Because I knew that if I got back to work and put this whole mess behind me, I could rise ahead again, thanks to my supporters.
I’m going to do what I do best. Knit, write….survive.
You can get the digital version here. And you can leave a review of the book on amazon here. I can’t thank you enough for helping me out by reading my book and sharing your thoughts. Thank you so much for standing with me.
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