Enter to Win a Free Copy of ‘Reverie: A Coloring Retreat’

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Published in March, Reverie: A Coloring Retreat is Mysha Denson’s first adult coloring book. This title is described as being a collection of church-themed illustrations, featuring the Garden of Eden, the Sacred Grove, and LDS symbols and sayings. However, it didn’t strike me as being particularly religious when flipped through the pages. There are lots of butterflies, plants, and flowers drawn in a cute whimsical style that I think you can appreciate regardless of your particular spiritual beliefs.

All of the pages are printed on quality paper and perforated for easy removal, which is always a plus. However, keep in mind that the designs are printed on both the front and back of the page. Many of the pages seem to be double page spreads, such as the photo in the bottom right of the collage above — where the butterflies span two pages. This means the book is best suited for those of you who like to work in colored pencils as opposed to markers or gel pens.

Reverie: A Coloring Retreat can be purchased on Amazon for $12.99. However, the publisher has generously provided a copy for me to give to one lucky reader. To enter, please leave a comment letting me know why you’re interested in adding this title to your collection. I’ll pick one winner at random on May 9. (US residents only, please.)

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19UPDATE: Thanks to all who entered. Our winner is #19.

38 comments

  1. I am disabled and I love to color. It take my mind off of the difficulties that I’m going thru for just a little while. I can just sit down at the table with my colored pencils and escape into a world of color and serenity

  2. Awe thank you for the opportunity. I love these coloring books. They are a source of relaxation and escape from my busy life. I appreciate the opportunity to win.

  3. Coloring is one of the few things that help stave off my anxiety, this book looks like one I would buy

  4. I love this i always couloring when down during my stay at domestic voilence refuge and since being a mum only time for me and finally completing things has been the most postive thing

  5. I’m going to use this book to help me weather dialysis treatments. Thank you for offering this opportunity to us.

  6. This book looks awesome! I’d love to add it to my collection! Thank you for the chance to win!

  7. Would love to win this awesome book! Thanks for the opportunity! I’ve been on the couch for 6 months with an injury. This would help wittle away some time. God Bless!

  8. I would love to add this title to my small collection because it would add to the diversity of my collection. It would be something fresh and new to explore!

  9. I would love to win I’m in a nursing home and I have a lot of pain so I color to deal with the pain

  10. I love to colour and a great way to relax at night after a day with my 3 kids. I love the pictures of the book.

  11. I would love a copy of this book. Being home bound and not really able to go out and about, I pretty much sit all day and color because of it. Thank you for the chance to win, It looks lovely

  12. I love to color with my niece who is almost 11. She has been going through a tough time lately with her parents separation. We would both enjoy this book!

  13. Love it, love it, love it! Thanks for the opportunity to win this!

    Karen H.

  14. I love to color and this looks like a beautiful book and that’s why I would love to win it, thank you for the chance!

  15. I would love to win this. Money is tight and coloring gas always been my outlet for stress relief. I love the way this is drawn. Thank you for this opportunity

  16. Coloring helps with my anxiety. It calms me down and this looks like the perfect book to help with it.

  17. Coloring clears my mind and takes me to another place. This is a gorgeous coloring nook and would be honered to win.

  18. I am LDS and am curious to see what she included. It’s very beautiful from what I can see. Thanks!

  19. The drawings on the book look beautiful and feminine. I also love that it is not super I intricate, as I color for relaxation. Sometimes images in books are overly stimulating and defeats the purpose.

  20. Although I am no longer LDS, the roots that I have in the religion are still a huge part of me. Leaving the church was one of the hardest things I have ever done. I still have many members of my extended family that are still part of it. We have come to a place where we are all able to live authentically around each other but still remain loving for our differences. Why would I want a coloring book that represents the religion that I left? I think coloring it would help me connect in a positive way and keep those positive aspects that being raised LDS has imprinted on me.

  21. I’d love to win this book because coloring is a hobby I enjoy together with my entire family.

  22. I would love to add your coloring book to my collection! I color to relax and stress relief. I am a nurse, private duty for a 2 year old at night and take care of my parents (whom live with us) during the day. Am also trying to get my father into coloring to pass the time as he is in end stage COPD and disabled.

  23. Being a mom….it’s the only stress releief I get! I love to color! My brother and I always colored together when we were younger! He passed when we were both young…now I feel like I’m close to him when I’m alone coloring as an adult!!!

  24. It looks like a beautiful book
    .Coloring helps with my anxiety and depression. I would love to win a copy. Thanks for.the chance.

  25. Hi. What a great book! It’s love to have this! All of my coloring books, pencils, pens, other supplies, etc were stolen. I have a lot of health problems including severe depression and anxiety. Coloring lets me focus and relax. It keeps my mind off my pain. Good luck and whoever wins enjoy 🙂

  26. I would love to add this book to my collection. It sounds as if it is unlike any of the books I currently own or have seen. I like keeping my stock of coloring materials diverse to fit my mood.

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