This will never become a book.

2014 December 14 Sunday

Another Anthology Announcement

Filed under: writing — Tags: , — KDeFlane @ 16:24

Hello again! A year ago, I popped in to tell you about Scripting Change and my first published short story. Hard to believe, now an entire year has passed, and I have a new story appearing in another edition.

BEYOND THE WORDS

BeyondTheWords

“Beyond the Words”, the latest book from Scripting Change BEYOND THE WORDS

The community writing project Scripting Change is incredibly excited to announce the release of their second anthology: Beyond the Words! Writers, artists, and editors have donated their talents to create this project for charity. Proceeds from sales of this book will benefit three regional literacy organizations:

  • Read for Literacy, in Northwestern Ohio, provides learning opportunities for readers of all ages and backgrounds, with three tailored programs: Creating Young Readers, for children in kindergarten through 2nd grade; Adult Basic Education; and English Language Learners, for non-native English speakers.
  • Literacy Action, in Atlanta, Georgia, offers an incredibly wide array of literacy programs for adults — from literal reading assistance, to workplace literacy, family literacy & education, and much more, this organization provides its community with crucial support, enhancing so many lives!
  • Page Ahead, in Seattle, Washington, focuses its literacy efforts on children, allowing elementary-school children to browse book fairs at the end of the school year & choose their own books for the summer — which are then provided to them by Page Ahead! They bolster this program by also working with parents, helping them engage their young readers.

You can support literacy outreach by buying this e-book at any of the following links:

For more information, visit:
http://scriptingchange.blogspot.com/p/our-projects.html
Scripting Change anthologies
Find them on Facebook or on Twitter @ScriptingChange

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