Meeting with my publisher...

Today I’ve been busy preparing for a Tuesday meeting with Thomas Nelson in which we will discuss marketing and publicity strategies for A Year of Biblical Womanhood. (Book releases October 30.)

So much of this project has emerged from conversations here on the blog that I try to base decisions on reader response as often as possible. With that in mind, I’m wondering what you would want to say to me and to the team if you could be in Nashville tomorrow

What advice do you have? What do you want us to avoid, and what do you want us to pursue? What do you love to see from authors and their publishers, and what rubs you the wrong way? 

I started this conversation over on the Facebook page, and it got so interesting I thought I’d ask everyone.

Use the “like” feature, and I’ll bring the top 3 responses to the meeting! Thanks!


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