Sometimes I wonder if I am the only person on Earth who enjoys the process of planning and hosting a yard sale. I hear so many people claim they’ll never do it again, it’s too much work, etc. etc. I always send them away with a pat on the head, a cookie, and a “Bless your heart,” because frankly, they don’t know what they’re talking about. Besides, I don’t need them pissing in my Cheerios or whatever it is the kids say these days when they mean that someone is trying to squelch their enthusiasm.
If you are thinking about having a yard sale but want to be sure it’s worthwhile or maybe just don’t know how to get started, this guide is for you! Hosting a sale is a great way to earn some extra money and clear out the clutter of unwanted household items.
This guide is packed with tips culled from my 30+ years of hosting and attending yard sales, and includes three bonus “stealth tips” for cranking it up to the next level!
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Just a quick note to let you know – if you are reading GET ON and would like to leave a review, I would love to have your feedback! Please feel free to write your customer review over on Amazon, or, if you have a blog and want to write a post about the book, that’d be awesome too! A few early comments I’ve received:
“Janet Green nails it with great solutions and answers to difficult questions potential riders will struggle with. Don’t think about riding, just read this book and ‘Get On’ right now!” – Tina Walker, www.roadpickle.com & www.sashmouth.com
“The book was all I’d hoped it would be: instructive, informative, authoritative (but not overbearing) and amusing… Love the book and what it stands for. If you are a woman who has thought that maybe you’d like to ride, check out this book to see that you certainly can!” – Reader Kathy W.
“I think the best part of this book is the truthful nature of it. Janet tells you exactly what you need to hear about riding your own. She shares great knowledge from her years of riding. She gives the reader great thoughts to ponder on the reader’s journey to riding her own. This is definitely a must read for all women that are thinking about learning to ride a motorcycle…” – Stephanie M.,The Many Thoughts of Harley Girl
If you do write a review, be sure to let me know about it! Thanks to all of you who are reading GET ON!
It’s here! GET ON: A Guide to Riding Motorcycles for Women Who Think Too Much is now available!
Click here to buy GET ON for Kindle and Kindle reader apps!
Click here to buy GET ON in Epub format for Nook, Calibre and other e-readers!
Click here to buy GET ON in PDF Format!
Beginning October 19, I’m working on adding a shopping cart plug-in to this website to allow direct-downloads of the .epub and .pdf versions of Get On.
If you see some hinky page-stuff going on (i.e., pages that don’t really “go anywhere” or look out of place) – well, that’s just because I’m still configuring.
These elements should be in place and functioning on October 25!
Thanks for your patience.
Editor’s note: In preparation for the launch of GET ON, I’ve set up my official author website, including its own blog, to corral all the info about the book – and any books that might follow!
If you’ve been thinking that women who ride their own motorcycles look totally cool, independent, rebellious, and free, you’re right!
And if you’ve been thinking you might want to grab some of that for yourself, but you’re not sure if riding is right for you and how you would even get started, you’ll want to read Get On: A Guide to Riding Motorcycles for Women Who Think Too Much.
Get On is a a casual “been there/thought that” book – a no-B.S. conversation you can have with someone who has been through the very same thought process you’re currently going through. It’s a funny, informative, inspiring and affordable e-book for women who want to ride but are holding out because… well, probably for some of the same reasons I was holding out all those years ago!
For potential riders who are hesitating, Get On will answer lingering questions such as:
- What do I need to get started riding?
- What’s the best way to learn to ride?
- Which motorcycle should be my first?
- How am I going to stay safe on my bike?
- How do I find people to ride with me?
GET ON will be available beginning Friday, October 25 for Amazon Kindle and all the free Kindle readers and Kindle reading apps. I am hoping to have a direct-download PDF document also available, and a Nook/ePub edition.
Remember, you do not need a Kindle device to read Kindle e-books. Your iPhone, Android phone, and tablet device all have free Kindle apps available, and there is also a free Kindle reader for your laptop computer.
I can’t wait to hear what you think of Get On!