A Shift in Direction for the MH@H Store

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The Mental Health @ Home Store has been open for a month now, and a big thank you for the support.  I’ve decided I need it to be way more focused in order to keep my head from exploding, and that focus is going to be on ebooks.

The MH@H Store will always have the lowest available ebook prices for my books Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis and Psych Meds Made Simple.  There will also be shorter mini-ebooks, such as the therapy collection shown below.

Mental Health @ Home Store Therapy mini-ebook collection

I also plan on developing and trialling a couple of week-long email courses.  These will be free, and there may (or may not) be an option to add an upgrade for more individualized support.  That’s still fairly nebulous in my head, so we’ll see where that goes.

The assorted other testing-the-waters content that I’d prepared, including how-to guides and guided journals, will now be available as free downloads, so there’s now a pretty substantial amount of free stuff.  Go check it out!  There will also be more free content rolled out over the next couple of months.


P.S. – To anyone who has purchased any now-free items, feel free to get in touch and I’ll send the mini-ebook collection your way.

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6 thoughts on “A Shift in Direction for the MH@H Store

  1. Paula Light says:

    I know what you mean. Adding the audiobooks was a huge amount of work for me, never mind marketing! I don’t know how other people with jobs write and promote and do everything else.

  2. marandarussell says:

    It is hard to figure out exactly what niche to put your effort into. I’ve struggled with that myself when it comes to books. I’ve done both ebooks and traditional print books and even debate with myself if the effort to put books together is worth it when looking at the overall sales numbers, especially when it is so easy to just share my writing free and easily here on my blog. It is something I still haven’t quite figured out.

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