Adorable Juvenile Fiction Takes Young Readers on an Entertaining, Fun-Filled Journey

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Xulon Press presents a children’s story that teaches early readers how to embrace their unique traits and always be themselves.

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My daughter is the inspiration for my leap into the world as a new author.

Author Nashee Jones shares a refreshing story that creatively inspires young readers to accept their uniqueness in Something About Aniyah ($16.99, paperback, 9781662852008; $9.99, e-book, 9781662852015).

Jones penned a whimsical, fun-filled and love-packed story about a not-so-average little girl named, “Aniyah.” Young readers will excitedly follow Aniyah’s journey of wonders as she discovers all the amazing qualities that makes her so special and loved. The story highlights how each child possesses his or her own unique traits and abilities, and how those qualities are to be celebrated.

When asked what inspired her to write this motivational children’s book, Jones said, “My daughter is the inspiration for my leap into the world as a new author.”

Nashee Jones was born in Germany, raised in Raleigh, NC and is now living her best life with her daughter in Florida. Jones is known to be a gregarious gal that loves going to the beach, making memories with her daughter, whom she also considers her best friend, and helping others to stay encouraged in life. This is her very first book which is entirely dedicated to the incredible characteristics and love of her daughter, Aniyah. She has been a writer for as long as she can remember. Poems and journaling have always been her hobby, in addition to many years of formatting and editing other bestselling titles. In addition to writing, she also enjoys relaxing, reading and investing time into spiritual growth, anime and gardening yoga, massage therapy, swimming and dancing.


Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 15,000 titles published to date. Something About Aniyah is available online through,, and

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