Monday, October 26, 2020

#Creativity Tips: Share the Love

As I write this, the first snow of the season is blowing down outside my office window. You know what that means: The holidays are almost here!

Let's wrap up this one-of-a-kind year with a one-of-a-kind holiday giveaway. For every two copies of Look Up: Your Unexpected Guide to Good that are purchased from now through the end of November, I'll donate one copy to a Little Free Library. 

Who on your gift list could use a pick-me-up? Look Up is filled with stories that make you smile, along with immediately doable creativity exercises. But why take my word for it? Listen to what readers are saying:

"I laughed, I cried, I sent quotes to friends. This was exactly the book I needed right now. I already know I'll be picking it back up when I need a fun creative exercise or pick me up."

"With images, graphics, and sweet, sweet surprises, Look Up brings unexpected good to life in a very real way."

"If you want to read something that will simply make you feel better, read this book. Read it in pieces, read it all at once. I recommend it highly!"

"Delightful, encouraging, uplifting & a joy to read."

Share the joy this holiday season! For every two books purchased between now and the end of November, I donate one to a Little Free Library! Find your copy/gifts at:


Barnes & Noble

And at the Junque Drawer Studio in my hometown! If you live in the KC metro area and you haven't visited the Junque Drawer, do yourself a favor and go. Immediately. So many fun gift ideas, in all price ranges. Lots of good stocking stuffers. And don't forget to buy yourself a treat!

 Super fun to see the book
in one of my favorite stores!


sandy said...

I came here from CJ's blog. I was scrolling and reading and came upon this post - KC Metro - that caught my eye. I was born in Wyandotte County lived in Argentine in the 50's ...went back to visit in 1987 and I still would love to spend some time in my home town area. I often google map walk along streets.

anyway - if i still lived there I would check out that store. It sounds great. I like your blog.

Jan said...

Hi Sandy -- how fun to have that local connection, and the virtual connection through CJ! I'm glad you found the blog, and I hope you enjoy it!