The Wonderful (Imperfect) Blog Tour Details

Greetings!

If you are hosting a “stop” on the Wonderful (Imperfect) Blog Tour for It’s A Wonderful (Imperfect) Life: Devotional Readings for Women Who Strive Too Hard to Make It Just Right, then you are in the right place. First of all, thank you so much for your willingness to share this devotional with your readers. It is an honor to be featured on your blog. Rachel Randolph of RedCouch PR has listed all the information you’ll need below, as well as emailed a few items that we didn’t want to post (and spoil the fun for the readers if they stumble on this page).

Also, I’m excited to announce the release of the book trailer for It’s a Wonderful (Imperfect) Life and The Relief of Imperfection (the book that led to the devotional). Feel free to use the trailer (shown below) on your blog post.

Thank you again for sharing the message in my devotional book. I pray that you and your readers will be encouraged to celebrate life—imperfect though it may be. Because life doesn’t have to be perfect to be wonderful and neither do our relationships, families, bodies, life-work, churches, faith, and dreams. I love that!

 Relief Blessings,
Joan

Blog Tour Details

You are encouraged to get creative with your post, but we do ask that you include the following.

  • A picture of the book
  • A link to the Amazon page (can be a hyperlink on the book)
  • The devotional assigned to you
  • A link to the next blog host with the date they’ll be posting and a link to the full schedule

Otherwise, go wild! You may want to write about your struggle with perfectionism or ask your readers how they struggle or how they’ve overcome their urge to do everything just right. Feel free to keep your copy of the book or give it away to a reader in a contest.  Have fun with it and remember this is a Wonderful (Imperfect) Blog Tour, so just do what you can do!

Q&A

I (Rachel) will email you an attachment with several standard Q&A questions that Joan has already answered. Feel free to use as many or as few of those as you’d like.

Don’t forget that you can send joan up to five  of your own questions, too. Please send them to joan @ joancwebb.com (remove spaces) at least 48 hours before your tour date.

Devotionals

I will also email a devotional to you that we selected with your blog in mind. Every blogger has a different devotional, so please use the one that we sent you. If you want to use a different devotional from the book, please send your selection to me at rachel.randolph @ redcouchpr.com (remove spaces) so I can make sure we haven’t assigned it to anyone else.

Book Image

Click on the image to get the url. Then when inserting images onto your blog, you can point to the url instead of downloading and uploading the image.

It's a Wonderful (Imperfect) Life! book cover-title 8-14-08


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Link to the Book’s Amazon Page

http://www.amazon.com/Its-Wonderful-Imperfect-Life-Encouragement/dp/0830748016

Images of Joan

Click on the image to get the url. Then when inserting images onto your blog, you can point to the url instead of downloading and uploading the image. 

JC Webb KK photos blue wicker chair 10-2-09

 

 

 

 

 

 

JC Webb KK photos left pillar full cropped 10-2-09

 

 

 

 

 

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About Joan

Joan C. Webb, a recovering workaholic and perfectionist, communicates a message of freedom and renewal. As a personal life coach, lifeplan facilitator, and speaker/Bible communicator she longs to help others gain clarity and move past their obstacles. Joan, author or co-author of eleven books including The Intentional Woman, The Relief of Imperfection, and It’s a Wonderful (Imperfect) Life, wrote study notes for the Women of Faith Study Bible. Her husband, Richard, and she live in Chandler, Arizona, near their two married children and seven grandchildren. www.joancwebb.com

Book Description

It’s a Wonderful (Imperfect) Life (published by Regal, 2009) is a collection of daily reminders that God wants and longs to relieve women from living in a continually overwhelmed state. There is a difference between “trying too hard to make it all just right” (mental chase for flawlessness, which is impossible) and “partnering with God for excellence” (enjoying quality in balance, which is not only possible, but reasonable). We can reduce our unrealistic expectations about our relationships, bodies, work, dreams and faith.

Book Trailer

The book trailer for Joan’s last two books, The Relief of Imperfection and It’s a Wonderful (Imperfect) Life was just released. Check it out!

 

If you’d like to include the trailer on your blog, you may use the following url or embed code.

URL
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3fsGRRs5aI

Embed Code
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What To Do If You Can No Longer Participate

If for some reason you can’t participate on the assigned date, please send an email to rachel.randolph @ redcouchpr.com (remove spaces) as far in advance as possible so I can try to find a replacement or someone to switch dates. I strongly suggest writing the blog in advance and scheduling it to post automatically, that way if something comes up you don’t have to worry about it.


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