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Vote for Your Favorite Book Cover

By on Sep 30, 2013


Letting Go Book Covers

Thinking isn’t agreeing or disagreeing. That’s voting. – Robert Frost

A note from Alex: If you are reading by email, please click through to the site to vote for your favorite book cover of the soon-to-be-released book, Letting Go: 25 True Stories of Peace, Hope and Surrender. I appreciate your help!

My new book will be here soon.

Letting Go: 25 True Stories of Peace, Hope and Surrender is a collection of real-life stories from people who have experienced the life-changing freedom that letting go of a mistake, a bad relationship or an unhealthy attachment brings.

Letting go empowers you to live in the present and embrace the beautiful life that has been created just for you. I can’t wait to share more about the book in the weeks ahead.

Until then, I need your help!

Selecting the right book cover is an important task. Sometimes people do judge a book by its cover, so I want to get it right!

Below are three book covers – Book Cover One; Book Cover Two and Book Cover Three. Please review the covers and then in Comments share your favorite one. All you have to do is provide the number.

Thanks for taking time to help me. I really appreciate it! Again, if you are reading by email, please click here to vote for your favorite book cover.

Book Cover One

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Book Cover Two

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Book Cover Three

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Thanks again for voting!

The BridgeMaker Founder Alex Blackwell is the author of Letting Go: 25 True Stories of Peace, Hope and Surrender. Join the community to connect, share and inspire: Twitter | Facebook | More Posts

  • I would go with #1 because the balloons in this cover symbolizes the Freedom, Peace and Hope. Watching a balloon floating in the air calms down our mind and fills peace in our hearts. It matches very well with the title of the Book.

  • Kristin Stephens Mateski

    Cover #1 is my favorite. I was more emotionally drawn to it.