“Social media can be positive and give you ‘the luck of the Irish’ if you use a bit of common sense—try not to be a hater.” --Kristin Johnson
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (PRWEB) March 09, 2020
The ebook version of author Kristin Johnson’s Internet manners book Ain’t “U” Got No Manners, dubbed by Patrick Evans of CBSTV-2 in Palm Springs as “the Bible For social media,” will be offered for .99 on Amazon from March 15-19 to help readers have good luck on St. Patrick’s Day.
Johnson said, “St. Patrick’s Day is a celebration of the Irish and the Irish in all of us. It can also be a day of social media epic fails that make people unlucky While Guinness had the right idea with its campaign ‘Make St. Patrick’s Day the Friendliest Day of the Year,’ and Tourism Ireland got everyone thinking about ‘Global Greening,’ not every social media campaign or your average poster has kissed the Blarney Stone.”
Johnson hopes that the book will help make people mindful about moving beyond pictures of drinking and partying and green beer and instead embracing the Irish heritage and spirit and celebrating with family and friends. “It’s a special time to show your heart on social media,” she said. “Social media can be positive and give you ‘the luck of the Irish’ if you use a bit of common sense—try not to be a hater.”
Ain’t “U” Got No Manners took home three awards in Dan Poynter’s 2019 Global Ebook Awards, specifically the Bronze Award in the category of Technology and Engineering, Silver in eBook Cover, and Honorable Mention in Self-Help.
Get the luck of the Irish and buy Ain’t “U” Got No Manners for 99 cents from March 15-19 at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N9KX3YI.