Yesterday Trey and I launched our first book, The Nimble Nonprofit: An Unconventional Guide to Sustaining and Growing Your Nonprofit, with a ton of help from our Bright+3 colleague Ted Fickes.
We’re only a day into it, but it’s been great fun so far: a ton of awesome reviews on Amazon, a bunch of great Twitter traffic, and even an unsolicited and really favorable full-on book review (thanks Bonnie Cranmer!).
In addition, I now have a “Jacob Smith” author page on Amazon. I wasn’t expecting much when I logged in to set it up, but I must not have paid author pages much attention previously because it turns out they’re actually set up pretty well. In addition to what you’d expect (profile, photo, etc.), they also allow you to bring in a Twitter feed and an RSS feed, which is a nice touch.
And great news if you are a Nook fan: The Nimble Nonprofit is now available at Barnes & Noble!
The book is in review at Apple, and as soon as it launches there we’ll announce it.
We’re thrilled to sent our little book out into the world, and we welcome your comments, critiques, and thoughts … send them our way:
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Twitter: #nimblenpo
- web: http://brightplus3.com/