Congrats, lucky3! You will enjoy it. I enjoy rifle hunting, but bow hunting is a whole new thrill and adrenaline rush for me. A couple tips for you. Practice and practice. Arrows are free to shoot over and over. At my old office, I had a spot in back we would quickly set up a bow target and fling a few arrows, almost daily before season. My boss and I would shoot about 7-10 arrows each, and go back inside. We shot out to 50-60 yards. If you practice at 30 and 40 yards often, the 20 yard shots become easy. I set my closest pin up at 30 yards, and 20 yards was an easy hold low at the top of the pin. Work on drawing and holding the bow to the rear for 10-20 seconds, then shooting an accurate shot. Often times you have to draw on an animal and wait a bit before getting a good shot angle.
If you have a bow stand location, try to have 2 set ups at each feeder/location to hunt multiple wind directions. Or have multiple stands to hunt different winds. Try to have the afternoon stand in the shade, otherwise you'll cook on those 75+ degree days (ask me how I know!).
You will have a blast. Try to find a friend or another deer lease member to go bow hunt with you to make it more fun. I always had my bow hunting buddy that went with me and we killed A LOT of pigs and critters with bows. It's awesome.