It’s me again, Indy. Tracy Campbell’s fur baby!
I really need you to help me and Mum launch our faith-filled, inspirational coloring eBook for ages 9 to 99 designed to help readers (colorists) walk by faith, soar on wings of hope, and blossom with sunshiny love.
What’s In It For You?
- You get a FREE copy of the eBook before it’s published.
- You get a FREE copy of the Kindle version when it goes live on Amazon (includes a link to download a high-resolution, printable copy of the entire coloring book).
- You get to read the book BEFORE the general public.
3D eBook mock-ups created by Chris Graham, The Story Reading Ape with heart.
Mr. Ape did a fabulous job. Don’t you think?
Where was I? Oh, yes . . .
If this amazing opportunity sounds right for you, please CLICK HERE, and then sign up to receive your advance review copy.
Please help my mum make a difference in the lives of her readers.
P.S. The deadline to sign up is Monday, May 9th at 9:00 p.m. (EST).
It’s me, Indy. Tracy Campbell’s fur baby!
Mum has a very good reason as to why she’s been missing in action.
She’s been working like a mad woman getting ready to launch OUR faith-filled, inspirational coloring eBook, Calm Coloring: Faith, Hope & Love (Art & Soul Therapy for Kids-at-Heart). Mum’s coloring eBook will appeal to ages 9 to 99.
Please take a gander at the cover I helped create. Okay, okay, mum designed the cover, and Chris Graham, The Story Reading Ape, created the 3D eBook mock-up.
3D eBook Mock-up: Chris Graham, The Story Reading Ape with heart.
Calm Coloring: Faith, Hope & Love (Art & Soul Therapy) will help readers (colorists) walk by faith, soar on wings of hope, and blossom with sunshiny love when they meditate, memorize and pray over Big Bible Blessings paired with 30 designs of inspiring whimsy.
That’s all I’ve got for today.
More details coming soon about . . . “How You Can Help Mum Make a Difference in the Lives of Her Readers!”
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The 3rd installment of Summer Short & Sweets was tougher. At least for me.
Did I harbor thoughts of backing out?
No way. But I admit it’s taken me longer to come up with something half decent. I’m blaming it on my wacky, whirlwind weekend. Read the rest of this entry
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Influence others positively by being a teacher, coach, counselor, or mentor.”
Stephen Post, PhD and Jill Neimark, Why Good Things Happen to Good People
I don’t “feel” like posting today. I’m pooped—worked too many hours this week (12 most days). I have no clue, again, on what I’ll write about. So I scratch my head and think, and think, and pray. Poof! Another brilliant idea pops into my head. Ah, I’ll write a post about bloggers who may not realize what an inspiration and encouragement they are to me. Read the rest of this entry
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We begin a story with a word.
We use a word to praise.
We use a word to encourage.
We use a word to curse.
We use a word to hurt others.
Those four letters pack a powerful punch. A written or spoken word can be a lethal weapon. Read the rest of this entry