Oh, I LOVE being a businesswoman. Especially yesterday. That’s when our primary care physician ordered 12 of our Grandpa and the Truck books….signed, sealed, and delivered. And we can’t think of anything we’d rather do more….
He’s had copies of the books in his office now, for about a month.
As of Christmas, little ones in his family will have their own special copies.
And it’s a BIG family. He either told me his parents have 40 grandchildren or 400, but I obviously misunderstood that part.
No matter–we’re getting out there.
Now, his purchase has given me a great new idea: I’m going to bring my books to pediatrician’s offices and see if there’s interest…They’re educational (I made them that way); they cover geography–as the truck covers America; they teach important life lessons. Good reading material for those lengthy wait times in a packed pediatric office.
I can hear the chatter now.
In marketing, it’s all about the big picture, and I thank my primary care doctor, Dr. Chad Lamendola, for helping me see this one. If you’re a self-publishing, indie writer (like me), you have to see all the avenues for sale. If you don’t, someone else will, and you’ll be left in the dust.
No self-respecting big rig driver wants that!