Happy one year anniversary to the life-changing novel, “Einstein in the Attic.”
I can’t believe it’s been one straight year of editing, publishing, marketing, social media marketing, promoting, and hustling since the birth of our award-winning book. How crazy is that? It’s mind-blowing to think that a full year of hard challenges, lessons, and growth has passed. And let’s not forget the successes that came with such a work grind: our first customer, our first review, our first fan, our first press release, our first interview, our first podcast, our first prize, our book awards, (eight and counting), our first book festival, our first autograph, our first store display, our first book signing, and so much more. “Einstein in the Attic” has been a huge success, with many readers praising its exploration of God, existentialism, mental health and mental health illnesses, (namely anxiety and depression), philosophy, time travel, DNA, science, and elements of story, imagination, originality, dark humor, conflict, and so much more. Some readers are calling it one of the “best sci fi books of the year,” even comparing it to the works of Ted Chiang and Octavia Butler. Wow! But all of the amazing memories were, of course, not without their challenges.
From working at my daytime job to hopping straight into my nighttime routine of planning, marketing, and promoting the novel, it was definitely a non-stop rush that I had the privilege of figuring out how to navigate. Constantly researching new marketing plans, building and maintaining new connections, pursuing every available opportunity that popped up, promoting “Einstein in the Attic” at every function that I could, strategizing social media marketing, working non-stop every single day, and sacrifice: These were only a few of the things I had dealt with. I never had to push myself as hard as I did this year to help “Einstein in the Attic” flourish, but I wouldn’t have done it any other way. I am so grateful for the ability and will to have done so.
No one knows the struggle it takes to achieve success behind closed doors, but we’re proof that dreams do come true if you’re willing to put in the hard work. We’re grateful for the support of our fans, friends, and family, who have expressed their love and encouragement throughout this journey. We wouldn’t have made it this far without you.
As we celebrate this one-year milestone, we’re excited for what’s to come. We’re committed to continuing to promote “Einstein in the Attic” and sharing our story with readers around the world. Thank you again for your support, and here’s to another great year!
“Einstein in the Attic” is now available on Amazon KDP and B&N.