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You wrote a book.

Let’s tell people about it!

Book launches in the age of newsletters, magazines, and social media require an exceptional amount of work. There’s an infinite number of places to promote your book, but it may feel like your time, energy, and vocabulary (you just wrote a whole book, for heaven’s sake!) are quickly disappearing.

That’s where I come in. I love to help authors create supplementary content that gets the word out about their book’s message. I work with authors to create:

  • social media graphics and copy that share book quotes and order information

  • email drip campaigns announcing the book

  • blog posts and articles adapted from chapters

  • discussion and study guides to accompany their books

  • lists of magazines, podcasts, and websites that may be interested in the book

  • and more!

I offer a range of packages, as well as à la carte options. Let's figure out together what works best for you, your book, and your audience.

contact me for more information and a pricing sheet.

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Prior Work

Book Launch Content for Kat Armstrong’s No More Holding Back: Emboldening Women to Move Past Barriers, See Their Worth, and Serve God Everywhere.

Study Guide for Shalom Sistas: Living Wholeheartedly in a Brokenhearted World by Osheta Moore

Church Leaders’ Discussion Guide for We Will Feast: Rethinking Dinner, Worship, and the Community of God by Kendall Vanderslice

Discussion Guide for Alia Joy’s Glorious Weakness: Finding God in All We Lack

Study Guide for Sharon Hodde Miller’s Nice: Why We Love to Be Liked and How God Calls Us to More

Endorsements

“I’m picky about words but Abby’s one I trust to steward them well.” Alia Joy, Author of Glorious Weakness: Discovering God in All We Lack

“I wholeheartedly trust Abby as a writer and theologian. She just gets it, all of it. We collaborated on several projects together and each time she delivered strategic, insightful work. I'm already planning to my next book launch with her in mind as a resource.”
Kat Armstrong, Author of No More Holding Back: Emboldening Women to Move Past Barriers, See Their Worth, and Serve God Everywhere

“I asked Abby to write my book discussion guide because I knew that she would see angles warranting discussion that many readers might overlook. The questions she formed not only help me to read my own book differently, they prompt readers to mull over its message as well. She is a gem to work with and so gifted at what she does.”
Kendall Vanderslice, Author of We Will Feast: Rethinking Dinner, Worship, and the Community of God