Jan Sandhouse Hurst
Kristin, great job! I love the format and the way you’ve laid out the content.
Did you choose the red color because it is a signature color for you? If not, think about using Green as a highlight color, since green is associated with money. For example, use green for Money on the cover page to make it pop. Then you could also use green to highlight the tip #s in the TOC, and the chapter headings.
Have you thought about making short YouTube videos for each of the tips? Then you could offer short suggestions about how to implement, a “mini-coaching” opportunity, and link each video to the book. I think that could increase the value to you and to the reader. You can also share the link to the final product or to a website with the sales page.
The red doesn’t bother me, but since it seems to be an issue for some readers, I’d go with black, because you don’t want to give anyone a reason to avoid using the book.
Let me know when it’s released and I’ll help you promote it on social media.