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Congrats on the book Melissa! I heard Dan mention your name on the podcast.
John, thank you for including the link. I don't currently have a Kindle and I use Amazon's apps for my phone and computer.
Thank you Billie! I appreciate your encouragement!
That's one of the misconceptions - that you need a Kindle device to read Amazon ebooks. It's actually a platform.
Here's Amazon's page with all the devices supported.
Plus, if you're a Prime subscriber, you can read anything for free. Meanwhile, authors STILL get royalties!
Hi Melissa, I love the cover! I don't have a kindle - is there a way to order for kindle-less folks? And I would love to share on facebook.
Hey, I can also see a burnout book for single moms - that's huge!
Billie, I LOVE the website- you have come a long ways!
Deby, my latest book is on burnout- I geared it specifically to nurses (my day job) but I'm thinking of writing one specifically for creatives. (I've listened to some stories). Burnout is near and dear to my heart- I didn't plan that, but I've experienced the frustration of it for a long time. If you've experienced burnout as a creative, I'd love to listen to your story.
The book just came out and it is FREE :) between now and Thursday on Amazon. Would love for anyone who is interested to download it.
Here is the link: Cure Burnout: The Nurses Action Guide from Moving from Overwhelm to...
Looks great, Billie - I'd love to have a look. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or share with that address, of course.
I have taken a book that was in the public domain that I love and have rewritten it. It's Dorothea Brande's "Wake Up and Live." The language was a little thick and archaic. Before I do another rewrite, I would love to have anyone take a look at it and tell me what they think as a reader. Is it confusing? What works and what doesn't. Any any comments, good or bad.
It's Dorothea Brande's philosophy of learning how to live our lives as if it were Impossible to Fail and thus we open us possibilities.
If you're interested in looking at it, email or message me. It's on google drive or I can send a pdf. (I have to work Sunday today so it might be later tonight or tomorrow before I get it to you)
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