Want your book “signed”? Here’s what to do.

Ever since Adequate Yearly Progress first came out, I’ve been “signing” books for people around the country by sending personalized bookplate stickers to readers who request them. It means a lot to hear from readers, and I’m proud to say that readers in 42 states have now received the same same type of personalized messages I’d write at an in-person book event. (Examples below.)

I now sign stickers not only for the novel, but for anyone who’d like to give a personalized copy of See Me After Class: Advice for Teachers by Teachers or a “paw-tographed” copy of Rudy’s New Human.

To request a signed, personalized sticker for your book. . .

Please send any proof of purchase (or a nicely-written explanation for why you don’t have a proof of purchase) to aypnovel@gmail.com.

Please include the following information in the email:

  • The name and mailing address where the sticker should be sent
  • The name of the person who will receive the sticker and book
  • Any message requests or additional information that will help me write a nice, personal note to the person receiving the book.

You’ll receive an automated response that your email came through, and another email from you once the sticker is in the mail.

signed book plate stickers
Map of united states with most states colored in
4 signed sticker examples
Note to kindergarten teacher
A signed sticker for a spanish teacher
Signed sticker that says your message hereand bookmark
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