Even if our projects won’t be done for a couple of months or a year, the sooner we can get a landing page up and start generating interest in it, the better our launch will end up going. What I’ve learned most from my process is that even when I’m in the rough draft writing stage, I need to be thinking about how I’ll be marketing my book.
Family on Purpose:
January – We Embrace Wisdom. Spiritual Maturity. Humility
The first book in a monthly series releasing December 2, 2015.
In this first episode in the Family on Purpose series, Rachel opens up her journals, and, essentially, her family life to the eyes of her readers in ways that lets them stand in unashamed solidarity and whisper, “me too.” With essays about failed expectations, overcoming victim mentality and the pride that comes before a hard fall and how we can find courage enough to rise again, this first episode in the Family on Purpose series promises hope and encouragement to readers who turn that last page.
In this episode, Rachel talks about a spooky middle grade novel, a helpful site for content marketing information, her NaNoWriMo word count and the music of Mumford & Sons.
This is How You Know: a book of poetry – $3.99
In This is How You Know, Rachel Toalson turns ordinary moments into poetry. Her poems about children, friendship, love, anxiety, gender expectations, fear, struggle, hope, and so much more capture everyday life with humor, irony and all the seriousness that turns poetry into a window to the world. She gives her readers the gift of presence, and hopes, in her own words, that “we find ourselves in each other.”