Inspire Paper Publishing releases their latest Stress Management Material called Tweet This Zen That, a Coloring Book for Adults
Inspire Paper Publishing is proud to release their new self-help stress management material called Tweet This Zen That, a coloring book for adults.
It is specifically designed as an adult coloring book in order to help them bring out their Zen and create motivation through zendoodle. The inspiration that it provides the users in fact guides them to open up to the unlimited possibilities that the world has to offer. Inspired by James Allen, the book aims to support widows and other survivors to look into the brighter side of life.
The creator of the book actually suffered from years of agony after the loss of a beloved one. Being a widowhood survivor, Cheries suffered from a tragic loss and experienced the darkest days of her life in 2005. She lost her loving husband within 27 years of marriage. She found strength through her faith to help inspire others.
“No matter where a person’s darkness comes from, they need to know there is light! Anyone that has experienced stress can benefit from the coloring book. This coloring book that I have created sets itself apart because it has a combination of James Allen, a British philosophical writer, along with my own creation. Our mission at Inspire Paper Publishing is to publish motivational material that will help benefit communities around the world,” Cheries gladly shared. With the desire to provide motivation to people across the globe, this publishing company continues to create amazing materials that will simply eradicate stress and dark moments from one’s life.
For those who want to know more about Tweet This Zen That, an adult coloring book published by Inspire Paper Publishing, they may log onto www.about.me/cheries_dupee for more details and how to place an order online. The book can also be purchase on Amazon and book distribution sites.
Company: Inspire Paper Publishing
Address: 5034 EP True Parkway, Suite 108, West Des Moines, Iowa 50265