17 Tips for a Successful Book Signing


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17 Tips for a Successful Book Signing Copyright © 2016 Joan Y. Edwards

“17 Tips for a Successful Book Signing” by Joan Y. Edwards

First of all congratulations on having a book signing! What an honor! What an accomplishment! Congratulations to you, your publisher, and the book store or other place at which you are having a book signing. I had a very successful book signing at Park Road Books on November 12, 2016. Thank you to Megan, the event coordinator and the owner of Park Road books for accepting my books on consignment and then letting me have a book signing at the store.

I was afraid I would feel awkward or be alone. That didn’t happen. I felt right at home. Many customers who came in the store stopped to talk with me. Some stopped and signed “Thinking of You” cards for residents of Elmcroft’s Alzheimer/Dementia Unit. Both of my daughters came.  A couple of friends came to get the copy autographed that they’d bought online. It was like a big party. My older daughter came at 2:15 p.m. and stayed until I left at 4:00 p.m. My younger daughter and her family came, too. The family and friends who came stayed at least 40 minutes and visited with me and/or with each other. Everyone browsed the books. Six people bought Joan’s Elder Care Guide. Thirty-one people signed cards for the elderly. Thank you to all of you who came and visited with me. A special thanks to all who have purchased a book.

Here are 17 tips for a successful book signing:

  1. Contact your family and see if the date you’ve chosen is a good date for them to come.
  2. Email your family, writing groups and professional organizations and let them know about it.
  3. Post on your blog, Facebook, and Twitter about your book signing – If it’s a drop in, usually it’s for 2 hours from 2:00-4:00 PM or 7:00-9:00 PM. If you’re doing a presentation, you will want to put a special time: 2:00 pm. or 7:00 p.m.
  4. Call and/or email media about your book signing and ask them if they would like a copy for review. Ask the book store if they are contacting the media. Ask them if they have a media contact list that they would be willing to share with you.
    Newspapers from your county and each surrounding county
    Television stations
    Radio stations
  5. Get business cards printed – Name, website, email address, titles of books and ISBN numbers.
  6. Get postcards designed and printed – book cover, sentence quotes and name of reviewer.
  7. Print a poster with your picture and book cover announcing book signing and put in a plastic holder that will sit on a table.
  8. Have chocolate mints or after dinner mints.
  9. Bring your favorite pen that’s archival safe to use for writing an autograph. This means the pen won’t bleed through the page and will last a long time. Think of a good saying that will fit for most autographs. Perhaps a short but memorable saying. You want to focus on the person who bought your book and listen to his/her story.
  10. Wear comfortable shoes.
  11. Wear your favorite outfit that’s comfortable and distinctive looking.
  12. Wear a name tag around your neck with your name and the title or titles of your books (with your name large enough to read well at a glance).
  13. Call a day ahead and make sure everything is “Okay” for the book signing.
  14. Bring a bottle of water for you to keep yourself properly hydrated.
  15. Arrive 15 minutes early so that you can set things up and go to the bathroom to check your appearance before the book signing officially begins.
  16. Thank the people who buy your books. Thank those who come to hang out with you or stop by to say “hello,” even if they don’t buy a book.
  17. Before you leave, make sure you thank the event coordinator and the cashiers who were working during your book signing. See how many more copies of your book, they’d like for you to leave on consignment.

Thank you to all who have bought Joan’s Elder Care Guide and Flip Flap Floodle. In case you’d like to buy a copy or share with others, here are links to buy them. Joan’s Elder Care Guide is a great gift for a friend or relative who is caring for an elder. Flip Flap Floodle , a happy little duck, delights children of all ages and gives them courage to continue life playing their song so they don’t give up.

Joan’s Elder Care Guide: Empowering You and Your Elder to Survive
Park Road Books(Charlotte, NC)
4RV Publishing
Amazon
Barnes and Noble

Flip Flap Floodle
Amazon
Barnes & Noble

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God, Thank You for …


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“God, Thank You for…” by Joan Y. Edwards

God – thank you for my parents! Thank you for my grandparents. Thank you for my siblings. Thank you for giving me a sense of humor. Thank you for the food you give me and my family. Thank you for the courage you give me to face each day with renewed vigor and wisdom. Thank you for the inner voice you give me to know the path you chose for me. Thank you for all the people I’ve met in my lifetime. They taught me how to improve myself and how to find you, God. You are in everyone I’ve met.

Thank you for those who read my blog.
Thank you for those who write comments for my blog.

Thank you to words that form on my lips and in my heart and find my way into my website, blogs, and books.
Thank you for pictures that form in my mind and with my brush, pen, and computer.
Thank you for tears that wash away my sadness.
Thank you for the hugs that gives love and energy.
Thank you for life that gives and receives.
Thank you for those who talk.
Thank you for those who listen.
Thank you to those who write.
Thank you to those who read.
Thank you to those who publish.
Thank you to those who print.
Thank you to those who sell.
Thank you to those who buy.
Thank you to those who dance.
Thank you to those who sing.
Thank you to those who play a musical instrument.
Thank you to those who teach.
Thank you to those who minister to other’s needs.
Thank you for those who heal.
Thank you for those who mend.
Thank you for those who sew.
Thank you for those who create.
Thank you for the water to drink.
Thank you for the plants that grow.
Thank you for the problem solvers.
Thank you for the people who clean up dwellings and offices.
Thank you for the garbage and recycle collectors.
Thank you for the firemen, policemen, and paramedics.
Thank you for the military.
Thank you for the doctors, nurses, and hospital employees.
Thank you for everyone.

 

This list could go on and on. You finish it for me. Add things or people that fill you with gratitude.

Enjoy a moment of silence to soak in the peace of your day, Thanksgiving Day. You are one of the reasons the world twirls around each day! I thank God for you. Happy Thanksgiving!

 

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Don’t Worry about Tomorrow, Focus on Today!


 Don't Worry about Tomorrow Copyright 2016 Joan Y. Edwards

Don’t Worry about Tomorrow Copyright 2016 Joan Y. Edwards

Don’t Worry about Tomorrow, Focus on Today!

You can learn a lot from stories in the Bible. In Exodus, the people were afraid they wouldn’t have food for tomorrow. Moses told them that God would provide for them. The manna they lasted only last a day. It spoiled, if they didn’t eat it that day. God sent more manna for the next day for his people.

What I’m telling you is that God’s graces are sufficient for today. But you say, “What about tomorrow. I’m not sure how to handle what comes tomorrow. I’m afraid of what might happen tomorrow.”

God says to you, “Don’t worry about tomorrow. When tomorrow comes, I will give you the graces you need to survive.”

This means he will give you the knowledge, skills, wisdom, food, water, protection that you need. I don’t think God means not to prepare. Once you’ve done the planning, activate faith in you and in God, that it’s going to work out fine.

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Do What You Love. Go Ahead. Do It.


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Do It. Copyright 2016 Joan Y. Edwards

“Do What You Love. Go ahead. Do It” by Joan Y. Edwards

Thank you for reading my blog and sharing it with your family and friends. That is a great compliment.

You know how it is when you get down, but you don’t want to be down in the dumps. But there you are. You’re sitting on the bottom step in this putrid place in your life. You pray for help. 

“God, please help me find a way out of feeling like this, out of being in this place of defeat.”

Unlike in scripture or the movies, the skies don’t open up and a big voice of God says words of encouragement. However, I do know that if he did he would say this to you and me:

“You are my daughter (son) in whom I am well-pleased.”

He sends other people to be his messenger. In the Bible they were angels. Today they are angels disguised as people without their wings showing. The answers to what you seek may be given to you in little snippets of wisdom. Wisdom from books, wisdom from the actions of other people.

Here are the quotes of people whose words nspired me. After their quotes, I responded with a quote of my own or one from the Bible. Perhaps you can do this, too. Change a quote to meet your personal needs and goals. These words spoke to me and helped me in one of my hours on the bottom rung in a dungeon filled with darkness in my life. Perhaps they’ll help you, too.

  1. “Tough times never last, but tough people do.” ― Robert Schuller

  2. “You are a tough person. You will get through this.” ― Joan Y. Edwards
  3. “Ask the right questions. Don’t ask why you can’t do something. Ask how you can do it.”― Tony Robbins

  4. “Ask questions. Don’t give up until you get the answers.”  ― Joan Y. Edwards
  5. “Don’t say to yourself, ‘I have to go to work;’ say, ‘I get to go to work.'” ― Regina Brett

  6. “Changing your words changes your focus. Use words that put you in a positive frame of mind. Choose words that empower your spirit and make you feel worthwhile and capable of accomplishing your dreams.. ― Joan Y. Edwards
  7. “People who don’t take risks generally make about two big mistakes a year. People who do take risks generally make about two big mistakes a year.” ― Peter F. Drucker

  8. “Take a chance on you and your dreams. You are more than worth it.” ― Joan Y. Edwards
  9. “Most misunderstandings in the world could be avoided if people would simply take the time to ask, “What else could this mean?” ― Shannon L. Alder

  10. Philippians 4:7. “And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.”
  11. “You can’t outwit fate by trying to stand on the sidelines and place little side bets about the outcome of life. Either you wade in and risk everything to play the game, or you don’t play at all. And if you don’t play, you can’t win.” ― Judith McNaught 

  12. “Do what you love. Take action toward your dreams. Give it all you’ve got.” ― Joan Y. Edwards
  13. 2 Corinthians 9:8 “Moreover, God is able to make every grace abundant for you, so that in all things, always having all you need, you may have an abundance for every good work.”

  14. “You have an abundance of everything that you need.” ― Joan Y. Edwards
  15. When you forgive, you in no way change the past – but you sure do change the future.  ― Bernard Meltzer

  16. “Forgiveness frees us of hatred. Forgiveness is healing in body and spirit for the one forgiving and for the one forgiven.”  ― Joan Y. Edwards
  17. Peace is not absence of conflict, it is the ability to handle conflict by peaceful means. ―Ronald Reagan

  18. Loving and forgiving myself, even in my weakest, most human moments, helps me to be at peace with others. ― Joan Y. Edwards

I hope that reading these quotes gives you an idea of words to implant into your spirit and helps you blossom with the creation of what only you and God could create together. A story, an illustration, a painting, a garden, a building, an organization. God will help you! He says, “Ask and you shall receive. Believe and it will be given unto you.” so do what you love. Go ahead. Do it.

Resources:

  1. Brainy Quotes: http://www.brainyquote.com/
  2. Goodreads Quotes: http://www.goodreads.com/quotes/
  3. Lolly Daskal. “65 Quotes That Will Dare You to Do Great Things:” http://www.inc.com/lolly-daskal/65-quotes-that-will-dare-you-to-do-great-things.html
  4. Peter McWilliams. Do It! https://www.amazon.com/Lets-Get-Off-Our-Buts/dp/093158079X/
  5. Regina Brett. God Never Blinks: 50 Lessons for Life’s Little Detours: https://www.amazon.com/God-Never-Blinks-Lessons-Detours/dp/0446556513/
  6. Regina Brett. “Regina Brett’s 45 Life Lessons and 5 to Grow on:” http://www.cleveland.com/brett/blog/index.ssf/2006/05/regina_bretts_45_life_lessons.html
  7. Robert Schuller. Tough Times Never Last, But Tough People Dohttps://www.amazon.com/Tough-Times-Never-Last-People/dp/0553273329/
  8. Tony Robbins. Awaken the Giant Within: How to Take Immediate Control of Your Mental, Emotional, Physical and Financial Destiny! https://www.amazon.com/Awaken-Giant-Within-Immediate-Emotional/dp/0671791540/
  9. Terry Cole-Whitaker. What You Think of Me Is None of My Business: https://www.amazon.com/What-You-Think-None-Business/dp/051509479X/

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Believe in You: Submit Your Manuscript or Illustration


Believe in You Copyright 2016 Joan Y. Edwards

Believe in You Copyright 2016 Joan Y. Edwards

“Believe in You: Submit Your Manuscript or Illustration”

Believe in you.

I know. Sometimes it’s more difficult to believe in yourself than it is at other times. What are some simple things you can do to show you believe in you and your writing or illustrating? Let’s look at a few examples that show either a positive belief or a negative belief.

Actions/Reactions show your beliefs.

  1. Do you hide your work in a drawer?
  2. When someone says that your work’s good, do you reply, “I try, but I’m not very good at it.”
  3. If your work gets rejected, do you throw your manuscript in the trash?
  4. Do you bang your head against the table?
  5. Do you tear up your drawings?
  6. Do you punish yourself for not being good enough?
  7. Do you think other writers/illustrators are keeping you from achieving your goal?

Revamp the way you act and react.

  • Submit your manuscripts/illustrations to editors/agents/contests/critique partners.
  • Study the works of best-selling authors/illustrators.
  • Study the works of authors/illustrators you admire.
  • Study your work again, make possible revisions and try again.
  • Take writing/illustrating workshops in person or online.
  • Act like successful writers/illustrators do.
  • God has a plan for you. No one is keeping you from achieving your goal. Help other writers/illustrators on your path. In helping them, you’ll learn something that helps you.
  • Revise your manuscript after a critique.
  • Study publishers/agents to find one that publishes the kind of story you want published.
  • Study methods of publication (self-publishing and traditional publishing) to see which one you really want deep down in your soul.

Emotions show your beliefs

  1. Do you stay tense until you receive a response?
  2. Do you stay tense until the time has passed the three months or six months that indicates you haven’t passed the publisher’s or agent’s test for being noticed?
  3. Do you go into a fit of depression when you receive a “no” response.
  4. Are you afraid of what others might say about your work?

Can you reprogram your emotions so that the rejection doesn’t have such a negative influence over your goals? If you can’t accept a yes or no answer, figure out why? What myth are you believing as truth. This is a control thing. You think if they say, “NO, that you won’t get published. This isn’t true. It just means “no” for that publisher or agent. Make sure you’re not saying this to yourself if you receive a “no.” You are the only one that can say “NO” that stops you in your tracks.

  • I relax knowing that I have put my best writing/illustrating forward. If they reject me, it’s because it’s not the right place for it. It doesn’t mean it’s not good.
  • I relax knowing that I am a good writer/illustrator even if no one agrees with me. I know that God is helping me find the right publisher and to get the work in the right format.

Words show your beliefs. Do you say any of these negative belief statements?

  1. I can’t write.
  2. I can’t draw.
  3. I’ll never get published. It’s too hard.
  4. I’m not good enough to be a best-selling author.
  5. I don’t have the marketing skills to be a best-selling author.
  6. Not many people will buy my books because they don’t know me.

Rephrase your words to show you do believe in you and your writing/illustration.

  • I can write. I can draw.
  • My work is good. I’ll get published. I’ll find a way.
  • Every day I take a step closer to the publication of my work.
  • I have the writing and marketing skills to be a best-selling author.
  • People who read my work tell everyone they know about my books and that they are good and give more value than its cost.
  • People who see/read my work know that they get wonderful value for their money. They get helpful information. They get a powerful story. They get heart-felt illustrations.
  • People who read my work or see my illustrations see my gift of humor and laugh.

 

Amazing Articles (Please read one. I promise you that you’ll be glad you did.)

  1. Amandah Tayler Blackwell. “10 Ways to Improve Your Writing Skills—Quickly:” http://www.ragan.com/Main/Articles/10_ways_to_improve_your_writing_skillsquickly_46142.aspx
  2. Dan Shewan. “16 Ways to Improve Your Writing Skills:” http://www.wordstream.com/blog/ws/2014/08/07/improve-writing-skills
  3. Jerod Morris.  “A Sobering Lesson on the Value of Compromising Your Creative Ideas:” http://www.copyblogger.com/creative-compromise/
  4. Miss Literati. “Author Quotes That Prove You’re a Real Writer:” http://www.missliterati.com/blog/author-quotes-prove-you-are-a-real-writer
  5. Jacquelyn Smith. “16 Business Books That Will Change Your Life Forever According to My Coworkers:” http://www.businessinsider.com/business-books-that-will-change-your-life-forever-2016-4/
  6. Elana Goldberg. “10 Life-Changing Books that Will Stay With You Forever:” http://www.goodnet.org/articles/10-lifechanging-books-that-will-stay-you-forever
  7. Linds Redding. “An Overdue Lesson in Perspective:” http://www.lindsredding.com/2012/03/11/a-overdue-lesson-in-perspective/

    My blog posts to get your work ready to submit:

    Pub Subbers
    Week 1
    Week 2
    Week 3
    Week 4

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The Kirkus Review of Joan’s Elder Care Guide Is Fantastic


Copyright 2016 Aidana Willow-Raven and 4RV Publishing

Cover Copyright 2016 Aidana Willow-Raven and 4RV Publishing

“The Kirkus Review of Joan’s Elder Care Guide Is Fantastic” by Joan Y. Edwards

The Kirkus Review of Joan’s Elder Care Guide is now available to view on their website. I believe it is fantastic. I am very thankful. Here are two excerpts:

“A compact resource that addresses the typical concerns of those who care for the elderly.”— Kirkus Reviews

Overall, the book is strongest when the author shares tips from her own experience providing in-home care and when discussing communication—between the caregiver and elder, with health providers, and with substitute caregivers. In these moments, she effectively shares practical methods and systems that worked for her. The prose is conversational in tone, breezy at times, but clear throughout; readers who have already used hospice care, for example, will find her descriptions spot-on. She approaches every discussion, from relationships to religion, in an inclusive, nonjudgmental manner, and her hard-earned empathy shines through.”— Kirkus Reviews

To read the rest of the review and comment go to: https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/joan-y-edwards/joans-elder-care-guide/

Joan’s Elder Care Guide

Empowering You and Your Elder to Survive

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4RV Publishing
Park Road Books
Amazon
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Book signing Invitation

Park Road Books 4139 Park Road Charlotte, NC 28209 704-525-9239

Park Road Books
4139 Park Road
Charlotte, NC 28209
704-525-9239

 

Joan Y. Edwards, author of Joan’s Elder Care Guide: Empowering You and Your Elder to Survive, invites you and your friends to her book signing at Park Road Books, 4139 Park Road, Charlotte, NC 28209 on Saturday, November 12, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. Meet Edwards and sign “Thinking of You” cards for residents at Elmcroft of Little Avenue, Alzheimers-Dementia Unit in Charlotte, NC.

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Happy 7th Blogaversary, Never Give Up Blog


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“Happy 7th Blogaversary, Never Give Up Blog” by Joan Y. Edwards

Giveaway: Details at end of post.

Today marks the 7th Blogaversary for my Never Give Up Blog! I started this blog on October 9, 2009. Here are the number of views on October 31st each year (This year’s is for October 9th):

Number of Views on October 31st

2009            113

2010        3,631 

2011      14,857 

2012     34,940 

2013     78,500 

2014   174,960

2015   285,384

October 9, 2016   385,573

Thank you for reading my blog posts. Thank you for sharing them in emails, Facebook, and Twitter. Thank you to the 367 email subscribers! Thank you to those who leave comments. Since 2009, there have been over 3,000 comments from you. I treasure those of you who leave comments. You fill my heart with joy and provide readers with great ideas and information. Thank you to the following people who left the most comments of the last 1,000 comments: Linda Martin Andersen, Carol Baldwin, Kathleen Burkinshaw, Sandra Warren, Joan Reid, and June Phyllis Baker. I sent each of them a free “You are Amazing” image.

The top 16 posts on my blog since 2009 are:
1. 40 Publishers Who Accept Unsolicited Manuscripts
2. 
22 Literary Agents Who Are Looking for You
3. Home page / Archives
4. How Many Words Should Your Sentences Contain?
5. 7 Questions to Make Sure Your Plot Has Believable Consequences
6. Family Sewing Projects – Jedi Robes and Princess Leia Ponchos
7. What Is the Purpose of Dialogue in Your Story?
8. Put Universal Conflict, Theme, and Emotions in Your Story
9. What Is Your Story’s Premise? Editors Want to Know
10. What Are Easy Readers?
11. Twelve Ways to Get Over Disappointment
12. About Me
13. 17 Days to Repaint a Wooden French Provincial Bed
14. Wonderfully Funny Analogies and Metaphors

15. Week 1
16. Pub Subbers

I interviewed many people on my blog and I reblogged articles from blogs I knew you’d want to see.

GIVEAWAY went to Maureen Crites. Congratulations.

As a way to celebrate the 7th Blogaversary, I offered a free paperback copy of Writing the Breakout Novel by Donald Maass and the Workbook to accompany it to one of the people who left a comment on my blog between October 9, 2016 and midnight on October 20, 2016.

Here are the names of the five people who left comments and wanted to be included for the contest. Carol Baldwin left a comment but didn’t want to be included because she already has a copy.

  1. Joan Reid
  2. Karen Tomas
  3. Maureen Crites
  4. Sandra Warren
  5. Megan Vance

Random.org chose number 3, so hip hip hooray, Maureen Crites is the winner. Maureen, send me your snail mail address to joanyedwards1@gmail.com so I can send you the book and workbook. I hope you’ll enjoy reading it.

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