My “Anxiety Relief” coloring book and journal prompt book is releasing soon, and I need your input! Please comment below or click on “Self-Care for Sjogren’s” in this image and vote right on the post! I can’t wait to hear what you prefer!
My anxiety relief coloring book with positive affect journal prompts is moving right along. Now, what’s most important in a book is the content on the inside. Even though they say “don’t judge a book by it’s cover”, the reality is that a cover really matters. So much. I want my book’s cover to help…
This is my process as I prepare to self-publish my Anxiety Relief Coloring Book with Journal Prompts.
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