PRLog - July 10, 2012 - Twenty-Three Nassau County Students’ Short Stories get Published
New Book Release: Paw Power (The Kids of Nassau County)
Paw Power (The Kids of Nassau County) is a selection of twenty-three short stories written by the students of Nassau County, Florida, as a result of a short story writing contest inspired by the 2012 Amelia Island Book Festival.
Author and Illustrator, Cynthia L. Enuton, spoke at Hilliard Elementary School during the 2012 Amelia Island Book Festival, Authors in the Schools program. During her school visit, the students’ eagerness to tell their own stories, and their questions about writing and publishing inspired the idea of a short story writing experience. With the help of teachers and media specialists to spread the word, the short story writing experience was open to the students of Nassau County. The students were instructed to write an animal themed short story for the chance to be selected for publication in print as a soft cover book as well as digital for an ebook through Amazon for the Kindle and through Barnes and Noble for the Nook. The results were gratifying.
Over 50 short stories were submitted, both fiction and non-fiction, some witty, some fantastical, some mysterious, and all filled with love of animals.
In keeping with the love of animals theme, a percentage of the net proceeds of sales of Paw Power (The Kids of Nassau County) will be donated to the Nassau County Animal Shelter.
The retail price for the soft back of Paw Power (the Kids of Nassau County) is $11.00. The ebook version through Amazon and Barnes & Noble is $3.99
Books and ebooks can be purchased through the following links:
Author C.L. Enuton’s website: http://www.Gooberella.com
Authors page on Amazon: https://www.createspace.com/
Amazon ebook for Kindle link:
Amazon book in print link:
Barnes & Noble ebook for Nook:
Author and illustrator, C.L. Enuton, grew up in the suburbs of Maryland, outside the city limits of Washington D.C. She received a BA degree in Psychology from the University of Maryland in Baltimore (UMBC), and worked at a State facility in Rockville Maryland, for severe emotionally challenged children and adolescents for over 13 years. She currently resides in Florida as a children’s/
For more information about Paw Power and the author’s other books please visit: http://www.Gooberella.com