How Long Will You Love Me?
Whether it’s a question from a child to a parent or an adult to their significant other, that question probably gets asked more than you think…even if it just stays in your head and you are the only one who hears it. Patti Brassard Jefferson’s creative first book starts with the question and each page gives a warm, rhythmic reassurance — “I promise I will love you ’til…” Along the way to the definitive answer, you will see shopping frogs, tanning dolphins and blues-playing bunnies. The sun drives a fancy car, an octopus writes love letters and baseballs grow on trees! (All of these silly characters are also hiding a heart for you to find on each page.) So just how long will I love you? The answer is perfectly clear in this book!
365 Bright Ideas to Market Your Indie Book: An Author’s Practical Guide to Daily Marketing
You may think you’re marketing your book effectively, but you’d be surprised at some of the research, targeting, and promotion you might be missing. Learn how you can do so much more — even with limited time or finances! Introducing a simple guide for independent authors to do at least one task every day that promotes themselves as authors and their books to readers.
Four ways to choose your daily task:
2. based on time availability
3. based on financial availability
4. start at the beginning and work to the end
Each Task Features:
– time and cost estimates per task
– step-by-step instructions including checklists and Q&A
– results tracking (do more of what brings results; less of what doesn’t)
– calendars to schedule reoccurring tasks
– tips to customize your marketing
You’re a CrocaGator
By Kenny Rager
Illustrated by Patti Brassard Jefferson
You’re a CrocaGator, first featured in the author’s recent poetry collection Reflections of a Life in Poetry, is now a beautifully and cleverly illustrated picture book. The storyline follows the problems that arise when a crocodile and an alligator fall in love and form a mixed family. Family members of all ages will enjoy the combination of gentle humor and lively characters used to present a sensitive topic. [more]