Would You Please Offer a Review of My Book?
Rev. Dr. Kitty J. Boitnott, NBCT
Certified Life Strategies & Stress Management Coach
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Those of you who have been around for a little while are aware that I launched an eBook back in April. Ironically, just as I published it on Amazon.com, my mother got sick and went into the hospital. Twenty-five days later, she passed away.
I was sufficiently distracted with her illness that I didn't really give a lot of thought to launching the book properly. I gave it away to my subscribers (and am still offering it as a free download). It is also free to Kindle readers on Amazon.
My request today, though belated, is to ask that if you would please, offer a review of the book at Amazon. Here is the link to go to in order to offer a review.
It doesn't cost you anything except some of your time. If you don't have time, I appreciate that, but if you do, I would really appreciate a brief review. Did the strategies help you? Did you learn something, perhaps, that you didn't already know about the impact of stress on your body or your quality of life? If so, please share.
Thank you in advance. If you can do that, I would be very grateful.
In case you are a relatively new subscriber or you haven't downloaded your free ebook yet, here is the link again.
Thank you so much.
Until next time.
Have you downloaded your free book, Stressed, Stretched, and Just Plain Overwhelmed yet? This book explains the negative health implications of not understanding and dealing with the stress in your life. It offers practical, affordable, common sense strategies for taking better care of yourself and it offers advice on creating work-life balance which eludes most of us too much of the time.
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