On April 2, 2014, my book OPTIMISM FOR AUTISM will be released. I have been told by those experienced in these matters that it helps to have a Book Launch Team, about 100 people who will help you spread the word about your book. I am taking the plunge and trying to do that.
I believe this book will offer hope and encouragement to so many:
- Parents and relatives of special needs children
- Anyone facing ongoing challenges
- Christian readers
- Individuals seeking inspiration and encouragement
The book speaks of the power, grace, and faithfulness of the Lord in the midst of life’s difficult places. That’s why I am asking you to help others know about it.
Would you consider being 1 of my 100?
If you join the Book Launch Team, I will send you a free PDF of my book. To join, please either comment at the link below and give me your email address, or send an email to me at email@example.com.
As a member of the Book Launch Team, I will ask you to:
- Write a short review on Amazon
- Help spread the word about my book, especially during the week of April 2
- Share ideas and brainstorm other ways we can get the book’s message to all kinds of audiences. All ideas are welcome.
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Thank you for your support of OPTIMISM FOR AUTISM. Here is what some people have already said about the book:
“An uplifting story that will change the perspective of the people working around and with autistic people.”—Readers’ Favorite Book Review
“Patrick offers powerful insights into the autistic mind, and he and Susan hold out hope to anyone facing severe challenges.”—Beth, exceptional needs specialist, National Board certified special needs teacher
Having led a 400-member Special Olympic organization for more than 16 years, I can relate and appreciate the highs and lows of dealing with the unique life of an autistic child. Kudos to Susan and Patrick King for sharing their story and giving others the encouragement to meet the challenges and share in the joys of accomplishment.” –Jane
Susan is such a gifted writer. OPTIMISM FOR AUTISM is so insightful on the struggles and triumphs of autism both by Patrick and his family. As Susan chronicles Patrick’s years, you see a picture of the mountains God alone can move. –Tonya, certified professional nanny and parent consultant