The Children's Anthology Project has at last come to an end! With contributions from 32 seventh grade authors, Moonbeams and Maybes is a unique way of inspiring a lifelong love of reading and writing. Join us in congratulating these young authors in this accomplish-ment. By celebrating what they have done here, we're telling them that reading is more than something we do simply because it is requires of us. And when a child learns to love what they can accomplish through their blossoming literacy skills, they do more than just enrich their lives. They literally improve their chances of success in it.
A great way to show your support for your child's accomplishment is to give copies of this anthology as gifts to friends and family members. Not only will it show how proud you are of what they've done, but this simple purchase will help fund future Children's Anthology Projects. Copies of this book can be purchased through Amazon.com (link will be activated once book is live through Amazon) or through by contacting us directly at 501.253.5626, or at estevennewby @ gmail.com.
We'd also like to take this opportunity to thank all our sponsors, without whose support this project would not have been possible. Thank You.
Lorelei and Jay Crockett
Amber and Ryan Flamand
Kat Vander Wende
Roger and Peggy Stafford
Thank you all sincerely.
CHILDREN'S ANTHOLOGY UPDATE
The anthology project we're doing with the Searcy County School District has had a few interesting turns in it. We've had to shift our project focus and audience, but the outcome is even more exciting.
Instead of publishing the fictional works of twenty 8th graders, we'll be publishing the poetic works of thirty-two 7th graders! The poems should be in to us by the end of next week, and we'll begin layout and editing immediately. The artist we're commissioning to paint the cover has already been notified. Our goal is still to get these kids their books by the end of the year.
Our Fundraiser has come to an end. To our surprise, we've pulled in $450! That's $150 more than our original target goal with the kickstarter campaign. We're humbled and honored by the outpouring of support from community, family and friends. Thank you so much for helping to make this project a reality. As the eighth-grader's writing projects evolve, we'll be posting updates here and on facebook.
We're at the half way point of our kickstarter.com fundraiser campaign, and have already received $200 in pledges! The support from the community has been inspiring, and we're confident that this exceptional educational opportunity will soon be a reality.
If we meet our original goal of $300, we're going to set a stretch goal to commission a local artist to produce the cover image, which will definitely enhance the value and presentation of the book.
We now offer the following editorial services:
* Proofreading, Editing and Layout Design
* Biographical and historical documentation
* Commemorative editions
* Ghost writing and Coaching
* eBook conversions
* And more
For questions or for quotes, please click the button below and send us an email describing your project needs. In addition, private groups, such as church groups or writers' circles, can purchase our workshop series. This is a great way to learn new skills and help fund education in lower income communities. You can also reach us at 501.253.5626
Terrapin Hollow Press is excited to announce the upcoming project A Trail of Wilted Posies: How the Hippies Lived On. This book will continue from an extensive interview series done twenty years before. It explores what happened with hippies when the counter culture movement fizzled, how many of them bought rural acreage and strove to live in accordance to their values.
The project will be told via narrative non-fiction, and will follow the lives of several people who once called themselves hippies. It will showcase the communities they created or enhanced, the social dilemmas and environmental causes they championed, and their view of the world today.
A Trail of Wilted Posies: How the Hippies Lived On is slated to be published in the fall of 2014.
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The audiobook version of The Rogue Navigator is finally available! You can find it at Amazon.com (click here), Audible.com (where you can listen to it for free if you have a membership -- click here), and it will soon be available on iTunes.com
If you'd like to "try it before you buy it," you can download the first chapter for free here:
MP3 format: (click here)
Apple format: (click here)
Enjoy! And don't forget to click the Facebook Like Button in the lower left hand corner there. Thanks.
We're proud to present The Rogue Navigator, the first installment in the young adult sci-fi saga Children of the Ring. Not only is it an exciting adventure, in conjunction with the Discussion Guide, the novel serves as a prompt for in-class and home-school conversations about:
* Systems Thinking
* Critical Thinking
* The Role of Violence
* The Role of Values
* The Consequences of
Order your copy today at Amazon.com and be a part of the conversation! Nook and Kindle ebook formats are also available. The audiobook version is coming soon.