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Les Lester, author, The Awakening of Khufu, was interviewed on the nationally syndicated Bev Smith Show on July 1. He discussed the complaint he just filed with the F.C.C He is protesting the upcoming Spike TV movie, "Tut."
The movie portrays King Tut and his menagerie as white people, but King Tut was black. Lester says the continued assault on black history is confusing to the children, and he wants today's youth to know the black people were not just slaves, but have a history of being princes and princesses.
Learn more about Lester's book, in which an ancient black pharaoh from the 4th Dynasty is brought back to life in modern times, as well as his protest, at www.leslester.blogspot.com
Congratulations to Dan Maurer, author, Sobriety: A Graphic Novel. MinnPost reporter Adam Wahlberg just posted a very detailed story he wrote about the book. The article, "Why couldn't you do a graphic novel about sobriety? You could and he did," is live online now.
Learn more about Sobriety: A Graphic Novel on the publisher's website, www.hazeldonpublishing.org.
Congratulations to Wise Ink Creative Publishing and the 15 young writers who contributed to the new anthology, Why We Ink: Stories, Poems and Essays from the Pens of Young Writers.
The launch party for the book drew a strong crowd to The Minnesota Center for Book Arts in Minneapolis the evening of June 29. Dinner was served, then several of the teens whose work is featured in the book read parts of their stories.
Why We Ink features the young writers' stories, poems, and essays. Aside from becoming published authors, the teen writers have also been able to participate in a book planning meeting where they collaborated on the arrangement and placement of each piece in their book, decided on the cover (illustrated by the nationally-known Kevin Cannon), and weighed in on the book’s format.
All proceeds earned from sales fund future Project InkPossible anthologies published by Wise Ink Creative Publishing. Books are available for purchase online at www.amazon.com, and retail for $15.
A very successful launch party for Saving Stripes: A Kitty's Story by teen author Justin M. Anderson.
The party took place on June 28, at The Adopt-A-Pet Shop in Plymouth, Minn. All 50 books on hand for the event sold out, with 100% of proceeds going to The Adopt-A-Pet Shop, a non-profit that provides a place where rescues can show off the animals they have available for adoption.
If you missed the event and want to purchase a copy of the book, please visit the website:
https://www.createspace.com/4931704. Books retail for $10, and 100 percent of proceeds from online sales will also go to The Adopt-A-Pet Shop.
Justin's story has gotten a lot of attention in the news media this week. KARE 11, the NBC affiliate in Minneapolis, covered the book launch event, and there were several preview stories in the news as well. Justin was on Channel 12 News/Twin Cities on June 26, The Star Tribune ran an article in the West Metro section on June 24 and the MN Sun Sailor published a story on June 25.
The book launch event was held at The Adopt-A-Pet Shop, located at 1115 Vicksburg Lane, in Plymouth, Minn., on June 28 The Adopt-A-Pet Shop is the non-profit that helped Justin and his family save Stripes, her mom and siblings.
Saving Stripes: A Kitty's Story has a Facebook page. Please like it to stay updated on all activities related to the book,.