Simplicity is ideal!

“I was amazed at the simplicity and ease with which the author teaches us to apply these ideas and tips in our lives.” ~ Reviewed by Joy Hannabass for Reader’s Favorite

Read the rest of the review and get your copy today!

http://readersfavorite.com/book-review/11517

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Marketing is for smart people

Marketing takes a lot of intellect. It also takes a lot of time.

I completed my booklets two months ago. That’s when things started getting busy!

Where to put ads, the content, how to place them and how much to allocate are all portions of a much larger never ending string of tasks you will need to learn in order to get your book the exposure it needs to survive.

It’s a learning experience. If I had a choice, I would leave it all up to the experts and for the big things, that’s exactly what I will be doing.

As for the handful of things that I personally need to attend to, they give me an even greater appreciation for those pros.

In the meantime, I appreciate sites like
http://digitalbooktoday.com/ helping us out by offering an easy to navigate outlet.

Onward!

99 Cents will buy you tranquility!

The FIRST volume of 25 Ways to Deal with Panic is free on Amazon until 4/30/13, the rest of the collection is only 99 cents!!

Some people have asked why if the first 25 Ways to Deal with Panic are so helpful, would we need 4 volumes. My response is simple. There are no two people exactly alike. Each person is unique in how they deal with things. How they respond to things and what works for them. By creating many coping options you have a greater chance of helping more people.

For example, maybe breathing techniques work wonders for one person where another finds relief in the form of walking through the clinical steps of a panic attack.

Having more tools in the shed generally guarantees that you will be able to get a job done. Having more coping skills available can only be beneficial in the long run.

There are people that fight each and every day to overcome the devastating effects that panic and anxiety have had in their lives. This series will help them realize that there are others out there who may think or feel as they do. They will be able to identify coping techniques and an understanding of what is happening when panic and anxiety occur.

There are many more techniques that will be included in the 365 Ways to Deal with Panic that will be published early Summer 2013.

In the end, you can never have too much knowledge. We never know when panic or anxiety will rear its ugly head. With this series, you’re better prepared and ready to fight back!