Now that the book is finished, it’s time to fill out questionnaires for the publisher,
so they can design covers, recommend fonts and paper, and get to work on marketing strategies.
It’s a funny thing, but ever since the days of law school application packets, I get stopped by the face of a blank form waiting for me to fill it in. I always say the thought of a questionnaire freezes the blood in my veins.
I signed with the publisher a few months ago, and now I’m overdue for telling them about myself, and about my book, Why Do I Feel This Way? What Your Feelings Are Trying To Tell You. The questionnaire is pages long, filled with big blank boxes for my intentions, my plans, my dreams, and oh my how I’ve been avoiding it. I have all those things, of course—plans, dreams, even preferences—and I know very well what they are—but to explain them on a form? Yikes!!
I’ll have to call a lot of friends to support me to get this job done in the next couple of weeks.
So, think of this as my SOS—
Got advice? Thanks!