Mental Health Book ‘Lost Marbles’ Available Next Week in Paperback
I’m extremely pleased and excited to announce that Lost Marbles: Insights into My Life with Depression & Bipolar will be available in paperback via Amazon starting next week. The print layout work is almost done and I can’t wait to see it, physically, in my (and your) hands.
There are a few things you should know about the release:
1. Get on the Mailing List — I Hear There Are Discounts to Come
Yes, it’s true, there may be discounts on both the eBook and paperback coming next week, but you’ll only know if you join the mailing list. They will only be for a limited time so I suggest you jump onto that list now. (See the bottom of this post.)
Right now, you’ll only be able to get the book via Amazon. I’ll be working on other distribution channels but, no matter what, it’s unlikely to show up in your local bookstore. That said, your local bookstore should be able to order it for you through their system, but there will be a delay, I believe, before it will be available to them.
3. Want It Autographed?
Some people have been requesting copies that are autographed and have a personal message. I’m happy to do this. The easiest way to get this done is for you to get the book through me individually. However, there is a cost for this. The cost will be $20 + cost of the book + cost of shipping.
If you would like an autographed copy for you or your loved one, please email me here and I’ll let you know how to make that happen.
4. Reviews, Reviews, Reviews
If you haven’t had a chance to check them out, there are some amazing five-star reviews on Amazon for the book and, of course, you can peek inside the book to get a sample of what it’s like (including a very detailed table of contents). Other reviews from fabulous people like Julie A. Fast can be found here.
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About Natasha Tracy
Natasha Tracy is an award-winning writer, speaker and consultant from the Pacific Northwest. She has been living with bipolar disorder for 18 years and has written more than 1000 articles on the subject.