Happy Holidays from The Book Designer

POSTED ON Dec 23, 2013

Joel Friedlander

Written by Joel Friedlander

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The holiday season is a time when we reflect on our activities and the many relationships we have with family, friends, colleagues, peers, mentors, staff, and everyone else we relate to throughout the year.

I’m grateful to so many people who help me achieve my own aims; my staff, trusted freelancers, guest authors, business partners, and the vendors who supply the software, hardware, and services that make it all happen.

But most of all, I’m grateful to you for reading my blog.

It’s you, the authors, editors, designers, typographers, bloggers, marketing people, and all the other folk who read what I post here, who comment, share, and respond to the educational content that make this blog go.

So let me say to you, wherever you are, reading this now: thank you. I hope you’ve found something that will help you on your way to reaching your own goals, to making your own mark on the world, to building your own business, and that you’ll come back.

Thanks for your time, your attention, and your caring.

And here’s to you reaching your goals in 2014. I’ll be here to help you on your way, and if there’s a particular something holding you back, do let me know. I’ll see if I can help.

All my best to you and your loved ones,

Joel Friedlander


P.S. I’m working on an exciting new way to help authors create great books that will be launching early in the new year. It’s something I’ve been thinking about and planning for years. Make sure you’re signed up on my email list so you don’t miss out on the special opportunities that will come with this launch.

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This has got to be the #1 best gift for an author who is planning to publish in 2014.

Happy Holidays!

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