About the book
If you’ve hung out around here on Modern Mrs Darcy for any length of time, you know that I’m a longtime personality geek. I’ve found through experience that digging into various personality frameworks—like the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, the Clifton StrengthsFinder, and the Enneagram—are fantastic tools for learning more about myself and the people around me. They’ve changed my life and my relationships for the better, no question. But these frameworks aren’t always easy to understand, and not just because the amount of information out there can be totally overwhelming.
That’s why in this book I share my own experience with the personality frameworks I love the most, the ones that have made the biggest difference in my own life. I walk you through 7 different frameworks, explaining the basics in a way you can actually understand, sharing personal stories about how what I learned made a difference in my life, and showing you how it could make a difference in yours, as well.
Behind the scenes
Way back in What Should I Read Next episode 84, I mentioned offhand that “one day on the podcast we would have to talk about all the fascinating things I’ve learned about the publishing industry in the process of bringing this book to life.” A bunch of you heard me say that and said YES PLEASE.
And so today, in a very special podcast episode, I’m taking you behind the scenes of how Reading People came into being. Guided by YOUR questions, we’re delving into the intricacies of how my book was made, from the details of working with agents and editors, to how my book got matched up with a publisher, to how the cover was designed. We also get personal with an exploration of my writing habits, what I learned along the way, where the initial idea came from, and how the story really started … even before the idea phase.
This is such a fun and unique episode and I can’t wait for you to listen today.
Thanks so much for listening! If you’d like to support the blog and What Should I Read Next, please pick up your copy of Reading People today, wherever new books are sold. And come out and see me for an event this fall! View our current schedule here. (If you’re a bookseller or event coordinator and would like to discuss hosting an event in your community, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Psst—Anne read the intro and chapter 1 of Reading People in a special episode of What Should I Read Next, Episode 96. Listen wherever you get your podcasts: iTunes, Overcast, Stitcher, or right on the podcast site. Click here for more info on how to listen to a podcast.