Yesterday was long but fun. I spent most of the day in book promotion mode, amplifying various social media posts and answering notes and queries from people. Then I took the 4:31 p.m. train into NYC to attend a small celebratory dinner my marketing guru Nancy Sheed was hosting, where Juliet’s School of Possibilities was the gift. I took the 10:05 p.m. train back to Philly and walked in my house about a minute before midnight.
I wrote a few pieces about the book for different outlets. Fast Company ran my story “How to feel like you have enough time (even if you don’t).”
Lifehacker ran my piece on “How to make time to work on creative projects.”
Psych Central ran a piece based on an interview with me called “Why we don’t perform at our best and how to change that.”
A particular highlight of the day was seeing my interview with Impact Theory’s Tom Bilyeu published. Please check that out and, if you’re inclined, give it a thumbs-up rating on YouTube!
The Hallmark Channel ran an interview with me on the Home and Family show on Monday (and repeated it yesterday). You can check it out on their website.
I’ll do a round-up of podcasts later! In the meantime, if you happen to be in my general region of Pennsylvania, I’m doing an event at the Doylestown Bookshop on Tuesday March 19th at 6:00 p.m. More details here! Please let me know if you’re coming so I can be sure to say hello.
Finally, if you’re reading Juliet’s School of Possibilities (or any of my books!) please consider doing me a huge favor and writing a review for the website of the retailer where you purchased the book. Seeing a lot of positive reader reviews can help nudge potential buyers to check a book out. Thank you!
Hallmark photo — Credit: © 2019 Crown Media United States, LLC | Photo: Keith Castillo/ Alexx Henry Studios, LLC.
2 thoughts on “Feel like you have all the time in the world (even if you don’t)”
Just hear to say Congrats on your book! I did order it just today after listening to BoBW (I kept meaning to pre-order but forgetting, sorry!) and I like that it is different.
@Ana- thanks so much! Just trying to switch things up a bit 🙂