It’s arrived — it has finally arrived!
As promised in my last post, here are the details of this worthy project and how you can take part in helping to spread the word!
My friend, Donna Kozik woke one morning with this brilliant thought — wouldn’t it be great if people could feel a sense of gratitude every single day? That birthed the idea for this beautiful book The Gratitude Book Project: Celebrating 365 Days of Gratitude.
Donna has gathered over 300 authors/writers who have contributed a 200 word essay expressing what gratitude means to them. The best part, in my opinion, is that the national book sales proceeds for this marvelous book will benefit these four non-profit organizations:
– Make-A-Wish Foundation
– Women for Women International
I have yet to get this book in my hot little hands, but I understand that it is laid out to provide 365 essays throughout the calendar year. I’ve had a sneak peek into some of these contributions and all I can say is that you will be blessed each and every day that you read this book. There are essays on being grateful for life-altering circumstances (my own!) as well as fun and whimsical topics. This book is both poignant and humor-filled.
So, why the December 15th push?
The Gratitude Book Project’s bestseller campaign is scheduled for tomorrow so that the book sales (all in one day) will generate enough activity on Amazon to push this book to best-seller status. Once that happens, the book will achieve higher Amazon rankings and be afforded more credibility and authority for future marketing and publicity purposes. Therefore —
Purchase this book from Amazon on December 15th!
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Talk about win/win! When you purchase this book on December 15th, YOU will help to launch it into bestseller status, receive a lifetime of gratitude reinforcements, AND achieve all of this while benefitting four amazing charities.
What else do you need to know?
Begin your journey of gratitude by purchasing THIS book on December 15, 2010!
As I mentioned in my last post, reading The Gratitude Book should be a prescription for all who wish to shift their mental focus toward the positive side of life.
The Gratitude Book Project: Celebrating 365 Days of Gratitude gathers together more than 300 co-authors who answered the question “What are you grateful for?” The project is now a book found on Amazon.com . Sue Ingebretson of www.RebuildingWellness.com is a co-author in the book. Find out more at http://amzn.to/fbXLpN.
Keep a look out for this icon on twitter & facebook as a representation and reminder of this worthwhile project!