Holiday Gift Guide: Just Believe: Stories of Inspiration By Rosemarie Monaco (Giveaway)

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My family is pretty creative and that tends to translate into our gift giving. It’s always fun to open up a gift from my sister or my aunt and see what clever idea that came up with or crafted and created. That’s what makes gift giving fun for us even when the funds aren’t exactly there.

Just Believe: Stories of Inspiration” by Rosemarie Monaco follows along that creative gift giving theme my family follows. It began simply by Monaco wanting to give unique gifts to clients. The gifts were accompanied initially by a poem and then as the years went on she added whole stories.
I wanted to read the book in one sitting since the stories were short and sweet but, I was disciplined and took in one story each morning. I’m still reading it with my favorite so far being “The Faerie & The Mirror”.  
There are a total of 14 stories or poemsof inspiration that Monaco wrote from 2000 – 2013. A collection of a decade and change of those stories that she included with the gifts. This is a fun read and you can go through each story as if you’re receiving the gift yourself.
Within that gift giving frame of mind we are actually going to give a book away to one of our lucky readers. Enter to win below.
This will make a great book for anyone on your list. The front of the book even says, ‘recommended ages: 1 to 101. I hope you’re inspired to purchase and share. You can visit for a copy.
Speaking of inspiration, what has been inspiring you lately? Share with me below in the comments section.

Check out more of our 2015 Holiday Gift Guide.

About the Author:

Rosemarie is founder of award-winning public relations and marketing agency, Group M Inc. Her love for writing triggered her success as a commercial writer having published dozens of articles for trade publications and written brochures, speeches, white papers and more. She has also written poetry and fiction that she has rarely shared until now. “Just believe,” is her first collection of short stories.
I received this item for free in exchange for writing a review on the blog. All opinions are my own. This post may contain affiliate links which mean I will get a percentage of sales should you purchase an item via the link.