Hello, Kristi here. I had a wonderful opportunity to be part of Donna Kozik’s Community Book Project called Everyday Joy. Appropriately titled, we were asked to share a story having to do with anything that brings us every joy.
We are pleased it has already reached #1 best seller status for the category “Time Management in Business.” I can’t thank Donna enough for her words of encouragement to my fellow contributors and me throughout the process.
Everyday Joy is the most recent edition of her A Community Book Project series, where people come together to submit essays on a particular theme. In a weekend.
The everyday joys described include the subjects of children, pets, nature, travel, and in one case, bacon. My own essay centers around the everyday joy I receive from playing word games and solving word puzzles.
The inspirational essays, narratives, and insights hopefully will empower and uplift you, too, to be a more joyful being. Thank you for reading–and celebrating–everyday joy!
Innkeepers can make this book available to your guests to read during their stay with you. Everyone wants to think about joyful things when they are on a vacation. For your business guests, it will be a welcome break for them to read.
The beauty of a community book project like this is that we have many contributing writers, all with their own unique stories and perspectives of joy. We hope you find the book to be a joy to read.
Most innkeepers make a variety of books and magazines available on a variety of topics. This Everyday Joy book is filled with many subjects that will surely touch the hearts and lives of you and your guests.
If you are an innkeeper who has also published a book, I welcome you to comment below with your name, the name of your accommodations, and your book’s title in the comments below. Recently retired, Karen Pullen, the former innkeeper of Rosemary House Bed and Breakfast in Pittsboro, North Carolina, continues to be the talented author of several mystery fiction books including the Stella Lavendar mysteries series.
If you do happen to read the Everyday Joy book, feel free to comment below with your thoughts about it. Also, you can share the everyday joys you experience on a regular basis as an innkeeper.
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