Congratulations to Randy Step for writing and publishing his book, Get Your Butt Out the Door: A 365-Day Motivational Runner's Companion! This book will do just that--make your daily run happen, whether you're an Olympic athlete or just trying to break a sweat.
For each day of the year you'll find a paragraph of motivation, inspiration and education to get out the door. Randy practices what he preaches and is an admitted obsessed runner who has run more than 70 marathons, including several at Boston. He founded a 9-Store Running Fit group, and produced 27 running events in 2019 with RF Events. He lives near Ann Arbor, Michigan with his wife Kathy.
We are proud to announce the publication of When Hope Is Not Enough: A 30-Year Journey of Faith & Community, the story of Vision House, a local nonprofit that provides transitional housing and services for families experiencing homelessness in the Puget Sound area. It is an inspiring story of a couple whose compassion for those facing homelessness 30 years ago led to apartments that house families, childcare centers and other services that have changed the lives of thousands of people.
The book is part of Pacelli Publishing’s Tell Your Story series and was written by Lynn Bohart and the Vision House staff.
If you or someone you know would like to leave a legacy and tell their story about their personal life or company, let us know and we can help you to get our story out into the world.
Reach out to Patty or Lonnie for more information. We would love to help you with your writing and publishing!
This week we published the 49th book in the Six-Word Lessons series, written by Rae Ann Hall, mindset coach and founder of Forward Principles. Her book, Six-Word Lessons for a Growth Mindset, contains 100 lessons for building a growth mindset to access inner strength and manage emotions to lead to positive personal growth and results in life. Rae Ann also wrote Six-Word Lessons to Overcome Abuse and Adversity. We enjoyed working with Rae Ann and congratulate her on writing her second book!
If you or anyone you know is interested in writing and publishing a book in the series, or have questions about publishing any type of book, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to Lance Carter on his new book, Live Big! Take advantage of introductory low pricing now through March 31. $7.99 for paperback and $.99 on kindle. This is Lance's second book, and has been a huge accomplishment for him. He tells his life story and how he has learned to live a more positive, motivated, happy life every day. Here is how he describes the book:
Everyone is capable of more in life. Lance's journey will inspire you to see your full potential and live it, no longer settling for less than you deserve. In this book you'll discover how to turn negative thinking to positive thinking, discover your purpose, create your own motivation and energy, create habits that benefit you, and design your best life. If you believe you are capable of more, and want to become the best version of yourself, this book is for you!
Lance is a triathlon coach and owner of a running and fitness store, Everyday Athlete in Kirkland, Washington. He is also the author of Six-Word Lessons for Successful Triathlons
Tracey Warren, author of Six-Word Lessons for Successful Social Media, is launching a new co-working space called InSpark CoWorking on Friday, March 31.
Nikki Rausch, author of Six-Word Lessons on Influencing with Grace and Buying Signals, is giving a workshop on Simple Secrets for Effective Emails and Referrals on March 31, and speaking at an Expert Author Writing Summit on April 29
Tracey Cohen, author of Six-Word Lessons on Female Asperger Syndrome presented a session at the Michigan Council for Exceptional Children's annual conference and will be teaching a course with Oakland University in Michigan.
Patty and Lonnie Pacelli will be displaying their Growing Up Autistic books at the Washington Autism Alliance and Advocacy WAAALK for Autism this Sunday, April 2 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Kirkland Marina Park.
Patty will be attending Independent Book Publishers Association's Publishing University in April in Portland, and speaking about what she learns at the next Book Publishers Northwest Meeting on April 24 in Seattle.
We are proud of our authors and how hard they work in writing their books, and continuing to make a difference in the world. Please let me know if you have an event you would like mentioned here.
Don't forget to take advantage of the special pricing on Lance's new book!
Book reviews on Amazon help your book get higher rankings and more sales. Don't be afraid to ask people to review your book. Send out e-mails or ask on social media. Include a link to make it easy for them to click and write a quick review. You can also ask Amazon's top reviewers to review your book. You may need to send free copies to people you are asking.
Here is an article called, "Why Book Reviews are Important on Amazon," with eight reasons your book should have at least 10 reviews.
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