Why Books Should Launch Quietly

Hello! It has been a while since I last posted here. After a couple of stressful weeks, I am now better and on the mend, so to speak. As I am coming up once again, I have decided it is high time to keep pummeling through my Round 2 book edits, which, for the most part, is merely correcting some typos, little inconsistencies, and stylistic things and memorizing my draft a little more. I hope December and the coming months will produce more changes. One of the oddest things about it is that it seems to be almost prophetic in some loose ways . . . rioting is one part of it. In any case, I hope that God will help me complete what I need to complete at the time He wants me to, and I pray that it will be a blessing.

As for why the title of this blog is the title, I found an article some weeks ago that I’ve been meaning to share here. It involves start-ups, but I find it is perfectly applicable to book marketing as well, whether it be before or after a book launch. I know little about book launch marketing, but I just thought, how much sense it makes! There is something to be said for being quiet instead of bringing out the fanfare. I hope you enjoy; I’ll put the link below:


Happy writing and creating! Godspeed! <3


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