Author Jitters and 5-Star Reviews
I’ve been going through the first phases of author nervousness – wondering if our book (Photo Jolts!) would actually meet the needs of our target audience (people who want to facilitate clarity, creativity, and conversations).
So, you wait as folks buy your book. And you wait as folks read your book. And you wait for the first reviews to show up on Amazon.
And… what a relief!!
Our first review is a 5-star review. Got to love that!
Visual imagery is becoming an even more critical and necessary part of facilitation and training. Glenn Hughes and (Thaigi) have done a masterful job of putting together over 50 ways to use photo cards to create learning and creativity. Each photo activity includes detailed information on how to use the cards, how to set the room up, what steps to follow, and how to debrief. There are even suggestions on how to modify or vary from the main steps. This book is truly a great insight into how to effectively use photographs in any work that involves communication, creative thinking, and problem solving.
– Keith Grossman
Sounds like – in this case at least – we hit our target.
I can only hope it continues!