I'm excited to be participating in my wonderful critique sister, Heather's, blog tour to announce her special edition of The Secret Of Spruce Knoll. It's being released from Compass Press this month! The special part, a percentage of the proceeds from every special edition sold (in every format) between its release date and 12-12-2012, will go toward Heather’s favorite charity that protects endangered species. Her goal is to make at least $10,000 for the charity.
Of course there are prizes during the tour which goes from December 1st though the 17th. Prizes include a symbolic endangered species adoption of the winner's choice (a $50 donation by Heather to the charity for the endangered species of the winner's choice, and a cute stuffed animal for the winner!), signed copies of her novels and great swag. For full details, and to enter, go here: http://heathermccorkle.blogspot.com
For the tour Heather has asked each blog host to pick their favorite endangered species and she will tell us a fun or interesting fact about that animal. My choice: the adorable, incredible ring-tailed lemur. I've loved these little guys since my son was a toddler, and he had a stuffed toy of one. With that big-eyed look that conveys "What! Oh, no, you don't!", they look just like I feel sometimes!
Heather: Ring-tailed lemurs not only look totally cool, they're quite advanced as a society. They are social animals that live in groups of twenty five or so, have several distinct sounds that could be considered a type of language, and the females are dominant. See, advanced. ;)
Hey, I knew I loved lemurs for excellent reasons, and now it's clear what those are. Thanks so much for sharing your exciting news with us, Heather. What a fantastic way to contribute to a great cause. Best of luck getting to that $10,000 donation goal asap! We're all rooting for you.
You can purchase a copy of The Secret of Spruce Knoll here:
Congrats to Heather and big applause for a fantastic endeavor to help our endangered critters. I'm hoping the polar bear survives! It's gotten so, I love every snowflake!ReplyDelete
Kittie, thank you for your applause, it means so much! It's strange and a bit sad how we look at snowflakes differently now isn't it?ReplyDelete
I love lemurs! They're so cute. What a great cause, thanks Heather! Going to tweet this now.ReplyDelete
Lydia, thank you so much for your support! :)ReplyDelete
Yes... now I know why I love Lemurs too! I'm proud to be part of the Critique Sisters and honoring Heather. The best of success to the Secret of Spruce Knoll, and to all the animals that will benefit.ReplyDelete
Karlene, thank you so much for all your support, both you and Linda! :)ReplyDelete
Awww. Totally cute...and totally a worthy cause.ReplyDelete
Em-Musing, thank you so much! I appreciate any and all support SO much!ReplyDelete