teeannaisaau got their new book cover by running a design contest:
In Need of a powerfully emotional book cover for a self help book on Grief
Check out teeannaisaau's Book cover contest…
Why I had to Lose
Teeanna Isaac is an author of self-help for both adults and children, her published work includes The Beautiful Me and Mindful Marks, an adult activity book to reduce stress and inspire self-love. Her publications have been aimed at the betterment of self through confidence-building techniques and activities. She has spent the last decade since her father’s passing, studying grief, vulnerability, confidence, and empathy. Throughout those years she has read tons of grief management books and memoirs that have played a huge role in her healing and want to guide others on their own journey of self-growth. Teanna is a life coach, mentor, and volunteer grief counselor that after a traumatic loss has dedicated her journey to guide others in similar circumstances, by sharing her experience with grief and detailing how it helped her become a catalyst for rebirth. She worked extremely hard after losing her father in high school, having to make up for her missed credits in continuation school she was able to graduate and to become a first-generation college graduate in her family. Teeanna believes that everything happens for a reason and she looks at her grief as her WHY, she feels through her loss she found her purpose, and what she gained through this experience saved her life and changed her forever. Her latest book “Why I had to lose” is a tribute to her father where she encourages those battling loss, suicidal thoughts, and depression to begin on their own self-discovery mission and find their WHY.
After her father unexpectedly passed while she was in high school due to a heart aneurysm Teeanna Isaac began to question her purpose in life itself. She struggled with many mental health issues from depression to anxiety and has journaled frequently through her nine-year battle with grief. In Why I had to Lose Isaac offers readers a look into her story, and how she was able to overcome the trials of losing a parent so young. She chose to accept and honor her grief in a way that can help others dealing with similar battles. In turn, this book offered her purpose and allowed her the opportunity to heal the cracks within her family. In this eloquent tribute to her father, Isaac encourages and offers support to the bereaved on their journey of self-discovery by sharing her own evolution through her despair and private diaries.
women, age 16-50 , usa
Book cover type
Don’t know yet
Other color requirements
NO BLACK BACKGROUNDS
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their book cover.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
teeannaisaau collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
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