1. Buy the book. Seriously. It’s that simple.
2. Give my book as gifts. Skip the ugly sweaters, re-gifted wine and gift certificates (that you know your girl will use on others anyway.
3. Tell 10 people about my new book. Caring is sharing. Even better if you can tell them about why we wrote the book. "Let go and Let God"
4. Share the book on social media. Take pictures of the covers and share them on Instagram or Twitter etc.
5. Write reviews on Amazon.
Online reviews are social proof that a book is not only being purchased, but read and talked about.
6. Recommend my book on GoodReads. Seriously, what better place to find support for an author’s work than on a site dedicated to people who love books?
7. Request my book at your library. No kidding, libraries are great business for books. The American Library Association estimates there are just over 119,000 libraries in the U.S. I’d be on the New York Times bestseller’s list in no time. Bonus: librarians are THE BEST book advocates, and if a library goer makes known that he/she is into a book and wants to see it on the shelves, the librarians will put it there.
8. Recommend my book to teachers, Bible Study friends and Church book stores. This gives them a new topic to cover for their next study and add to their library.
9. Write a feature on my book or me. If you have a blog? A podcast? A newsletter? A YouTube channel? An email list. I will respond to any and all interviews, so long as you agree to use your platform to tell others about the work that I’m doing and encourage them to support that work. I ain’t too proud to beg, and I’d be incredibly grateful. #Soultalk
10. Hire me for speaking event. Buy the book to give to your attendees and I’ll be super excited. This is a great way to support me and my work.