To celebrate the holidays, Gluten Free Sage is gifting a copy of my poetry book Sage Words!
Spread the word about my Poetry in Motion series on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to be entered to win.
You can share the love on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram up to three times per day, and use any wording you’d like, but all Tweets and FB and Instagram posts must include the #poetryinmotion hashtag and the official link to this post: glutenfreesage.com/poetry-in-motion.
Kristen and I are looking for heart, kindness and creativity in your wording. Let us know what Your Home means to you this holiday season.
We can’t wait to read your social media shares!
Here’s everything you need to know about the contest:
- You can enter to win by sharing my Poetry in Motion series on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
- Tweets, Facebook, and Instagram shares must include what Your Home means to you, the #poetryinmotion hashtag, and the official link to this post: glutenfreesage.com/poetry-in-motion.
- The entry deadline is 9pm Eastern US time on Monday December 12, 2016 and the winner will be announced on Wednesday December 14.
- No purchase is necessary to win.
- Kristen and I are the judges and our decision will be based on the heart, kindness and creativity in your wording.
Photo Courtesy: Deb Tracey Photography
Poetry in Motion is a series of animated spoken word pieces excerpted from my book Sage Words, a collection of poems I wrote for the people I love. Each poem is hand lettered and illustrated by Kimberly Taylor-Pestell and recited by Elsie Swann. The creative direction, animation and sound design is by Kristen and BJ Alden of North Coast Post.
“Jet Widick’s beautiful collection is what so many of us are thinking, except that it’s penned—and with such creativity and voice… It’s the right size for a coffee table, or better yet a gift for someone special. It’s hopeful, which makes it perfect for a loved one, a graduate, or for yourself! I leave it upright on my desk—close enough when I need a bit of inspiration.” —Amazon customer review