Leave us a review on Amazon

It may not seem like a lot, but it really is. These days, the reviews of a thing (or doesn't have) are how we determine its worth. If folks are considering downloading or buying our book, the reviews might be the make or break. The nice thing is — if you have an Amazon account (or maybe you're on Goodreads?)— it'll only take about one minute. Here's what to do:

1 Click here to view the book on Amazon. You'll need to log-in to your account. If you forgot your password, try "password." (Also, change your password.)

2 Write your review (short and sweet is a-okay), give it a headline, and pick your number of s (here, less is not more). Speak from the heart.

3 Hit submit. Smile a satisfied smile. Ya' done good. Tell a friend you did good. They'll say "Don't you mean 'well'?". Correct them. Look at you — you're on a roll!

Share a Book Selfie

And tag it with #FacilitationMagic. Your Face + Our Book = Book Selfie (=Boofie?). It's simple. All the cool kids are doing it. They say it's best not to judge a book by it's cover, but our best judgment says cover the book with your beautiful face.

Take a photo of the book and your face, or just the book (but not just your face — sorry, face) with your cell phone (or retro old-timey camera). Posed or facilitation-in-action, make it cute, make it rugged, make it you.

Then share that beauty! Use the hashtag #FacilitationMagic. Facebook and Instagram are the likely suspects, but you do you. Share it with Sam or Meg and we'll click the LIKE button so hard you'll feel it in your chest.

Sign up for Magic Tricks

For absolutely zero dollars. Sign up and you will receive pleasantly infrequent emails with facilitator resources, updates on the book, and other fun freebies from us. We plan on creating a lot of supplemental content (starting with a facilitator guide [is that meta or what?!]), and we'd love your help getting the word out when it's ready.

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Let's Dance!

That's all we have to ask. Thanks for being awesome.
We You. Meg and sK

This project is part of hues, a global justice collective