I Don’t Want To Be Bad: Kindle Edition

When I first looked into self-publishing I Don’t Want To Be Bad, it was important to me to go the paperback route because I pictured it as something people could hold in their hands, dog-ear, and mark up as they desired. I also wasn’t sure how to best format this type of book for an e-reader.

The more I thought about it, though, the more I realized that this was my vision for my book but not necessarily the only vision of what it could be. It was pointed out to me that, although I made the paperback available in every country that Amazon would let me, many parents looking for this kind of resource can’t or don’t want to wait for shipping. They might also prefer the convenience of having the book on whatever device they carry with them. Not to mention, print books carry the added cost of paper.

So I set aside my idea of what my book ought to be and re-formatted it for Kindle. The price is lowered by approximately what it costs to create a paperback copy, and it can now fit in your pocket with the entire internet. I hope this can make it accessible and reach more people with its message.

Thank you for reading. If you enjoyed I Don’t Want To Be Bad, tell me what other resources you’d like to see and I can try to put them together!

Published by Amy Marschall, Psy.D.

Dr. Amy Marschall received her Psy.D. from the University of Hartford in September 2015. Her clinical interests are varied and include child and adolescent therapy, TF-CBT, rural psychology, telemental health, sexual and domestic violence, psychological assessment, and mental illness prevention. Dr. Marschall presently works in the Child and Adolescent Therapy Clinic at Sioux Falls Psychological Services in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where she provides individual and family therapy and psychological assessment to children, adolescents, and college students. She also facilitates an art therapy group for adolescents and college students with anxiety and depression. Dr. Amy Marschall is certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Telemental Health.

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