It’s always exciting to write a book. No matter how many books that you’ve written and published, whether it’s one, ten, or 100, the feeling of seeing your name on that front cover (or Kindle cover) NEVER gets old. And there’s no other feeling than HOLDING your book!
Photo by Jonathan Borba at Unsplash
I liken it to birthing a baby. Pregnancy is difficult and uncomfortable and by the ninth month, you just want it to be over with…but when the baby finally comes, what JOY to hold that precious, beautiful baby! And with a book, there’s even greater joy when it does well.
My newest book, Walking With God: In the Prophetic Lifestyle, made #1 in the category of Christian Prophet in Kindle! Whoo hoo!
You can find out more about it and buy it here.
It is about the spiritual gift of prophecy and its function in the Body of Christ. I also share my own exciting adventures learning how to use this precious, beautiful gift.
The Game Blocks of Life
Copyright 2021 Beth Jones
Graphic Design Copyright 2021 Leah Jones
I’m excited to announce that my new fiction book, The Game Blocks of Life, is now here!
It is a contemporary fiction book for women and is just $2.99 for sale at Amazon.
If you’d like to check it out, you can learn more about it here at the link below at Amazon.
I bought the image for the front cover at iStock, where I usually buy images for my book covers. Our talented daughter Leah, who is a graphic designer, designed the simple, clean, cute cover.
If you do buy the Kindle book, please leave a review at Amazon. (Reviews are like gold to authors. They help to build author credibility and to sell more books.)
On today’s Facebook Live video, I accidentally cut it off at the end. So I re-recorded the video, 3 Tips for book/eBook covers to draw more readers. And I revealed the cover of my new fiction book and its title that I’m working on right now!
You can watch the video which I recorded on Zoom and uploaded to YouTube here at the link below:
How the idea for the book came about
One day in my business coach Diane Cunningham Ellis’ Inspired Business Academy (IBA) training class, she mentioned the video game Tetris. Believe it or not, I’d never heard of it before or played it. It is a video game created by Russian software engineer Alexey Pajitnov in 1984 for the Electronika 60 computer.
Tetris game. Image source: Unsplash. Hello I’m Nik.
When Diane explained its concept, I immediately thought, “That is a new book idea!”