Saturday, January 19, 2019

Virtual Book Tour: The Mindset Accountability Journal: 40 Days to a New You by Allie Hudson @livinglifebeyo1 @RABTBookTours

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Self-help, inspirational, motivational
Date Published: December 10, 2018
Publisher: Lucid Books

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Are you stuck in a life you want to be different, but have no idea where to start?

The Mindset Accountability Journal will jump-start you to a life you can enjoy living every day. By establishing incremental daily habits, you will embark on a path to gratitude, self-growth, and fulfillment. This journal will help you:

·        Discover who you were meant to be

·        Shift your focus to what is good and wonderful in your life

·        Create an attitude of mindset growth

You will never regret taking charge of your life and living with gratitude. The journey is rewarding and challenging. It takes only 30 minutes each day to make progress with your future, one day at a time.

A portion of the book's proceeds will support BridgeHope, whose efforts enable survivors of exploitation and trafficking to THRIVE!

Interview with Author Allie Hudson

Can you tell us a little bit about the characters in The Mindset Accountability Journal?  

The Mindset Accountability Journal is for the person looking to establish new habits that will help them move to the next level in their life. It is designed to help you develop a habit of Gratitude and Self-Development. We live very busy lives today, and we have lost track of how to take time and simply think about what we have to celebrate and acknowledge. This book helps you take roughly 30 minutes of your day to dwell on the wonderful things that make your life special. It also helps you spend 15 minutes on growth material that you can apply to your life. After you complete this 40-day journey, you will find that you are more focused on what you are grateful for in your life, and you will learn ways to always grow in your spiritual, emotional, and next-level development.

Can you tell us a little bit about your next books or what you have planned for the future?

I will be working on developing my life coaching and my speaking engagements. I would also like to write a book that helps people understand how to get out of their heads and back into their hearts to make decisions that will help them really discover and enjoy life.

How long would you say it takes you to write a book?

This journal took me about one year to write. My next book will take longer, as I am in the process of researching and living it in order to be able to speak on it with authority.

What is your favorite childhood book?

I read a lot of romances. I would sneak upstairs with my Harlequins and read all night. I loved a good romance in my teenage years.

If you could spend the day with one of the characters from Alice in Wonderland, who would it be? Please tell us why you chose this particular character, where you would go, and what you would do.

I would choose Alice. I have always wondered what it would be like to live in a world where everything was bigger than life.

What was the hardest scene from The Mindset Accountability Journal to write?

This was a journey I took for myself, and I did it in order to develop the habit of gratitude and self-development. It has taken me on a fantastic journey, but the hardest part of the journey was to make the commitment to start and then stick with it each day during those 40 days. I really love the person I have become the last year since I first took this journey. I hope everyone searching for who they really are and want to become would begin this journey. Where it takes you is an amazing world, one which you can hardly imagine when just beginning.

What made you want to become a writer?

I have always wanted to help people grow into the best version of themselves. I just didn’t realize I would have to take the journey and see where it would take me with them.

Just for fun:

a. Favorite song: Laura Daigle - “You Say”

b. Favorite book: Mastin Kipp - Claim Your Power

c. Favorite movie: Beauty and the Beast

d. Favorite TV show: America’s Got Talent

e. Favorite food: Pizza

f. Favorite drink: Coffee

g. Favorite website:

Thanks so much for visiting with us today! 

About the Author

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Allie Hudson grew up in LaGrange, Ohio, and attended Moody Bible Institute, studying education. In 1991, she married Larry Sellers, who passed away of a heart attack in May 2009. In 2010, she married Michael Hudson who passed away of cancer just three years later. In January 2012, Allie lost her corporate job of 20 years because of downsizing in the newspaper business. Throughout this five-year period of three major losses, the only way she survived was to focus on God and trust that He had a plan for her life. After struggling to maintain a daily consistent practice of growth and gratitude, she began a 40-day challenge to practice gratitude and personal growth. That journey taught her the need to help other people develop a daily practice of thankfulness and inspired her to share 'The Mindset Accountability Journal' with the world.

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thanks for hosting