Monday, 22 April 2013

Top Authors Give Proceeds to Middle School Gardening Project

Top authors from around the world will come together on Facebook this Saturday to raise funds for a gardening project for students at Curry Middle School, located in Jasper, AL. The project is sponsored and coordinated by Bea Kunz of Sage Hill Farms.

“The project will be ongoing from year to year, with different students and teachers participating,” states Kunz. She goes on to say, “I am thrilled to be a part of any project that enlightens or peaks an interest in better foods for better health."

Kim Mutch Emerson, owner of Master Koda Select Publishing, got wind of the project and gathered authors together from around the globe who were excited to offer the proceeds of their sales on Saturday, 27 April to this worthwhile project. 


For a preview of the books being offered you can visit this blog: http://dragontargeseries.blogspot.com/2013/04/charity-event-one-day-host-of-authors.html

The benefit event will include games and contests for the attendees, and takes place on Facebook this coming Saturday, April 27, from 10:00am to 3:00pm Eastern time. The public is welcome. Proceeds from the book sales will go to the Curry Middle School Organic Gardening Project. 


To join this worthwhile event, simply go to this link and click join: https://www.facebook.com/events/485963738123325/

For more information or to donate to this non-profit project contact Bea Kunz on her website at http://www.sagehillfarmsandvintagestore.com/or Dr. Thomas Kyzer, Assistant Principal at Curry Middle School, Jasper, AL.


I have put forward my book, Kiwi in Cat City, so all royalties from copies sold on that day will be donated. In the right-hand grey column you can see a list of links - 'where to buy my books'. Just click on one to get to where the book is on sale. 


Kiwi in Cat City
24 5-star reviews on Amazon US

For children aged 9+, teens and adults...

One dark night, Amy cannot sleep and she looks out of the window into the garden to see her cat, Kiwi, transfixed by the moon, which is glowing brightly like a cat's claw. Waking her brother, James, Amy suggests they follow Kiwi to see where she goes... whether it involves a hunt for mice or something else. Little do they know that, with a flick of her tail, Kiwi is going to magically change them into kittens and lead them on the adventure of their lives to a land they never knew existed in their wildest dreams. In the blue-lit world of Cat City, the budding detectives help Inspector Furrball to solve the mystery of the missing catizens and find out what happened to Madame Purrfect.

This book is the first in the Kiwi Series. So far, there are six books.


Thanks
Vickie

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