FutureWord Expands Publishing to Books with Religious Allegory
Tacoma, Washington (Sharewellnewswire.com) December 7, 2012
Futureword Publishing is launching the first of religious based books for children and/or adults. The first book on this list is Yvonne E. Lovell's children's story entitled, A Gift For Mrs. Peaches.
“The story is character driven and compelling to read with illustrations that are eye catching. Mrs. Peaches is sick. She believes she is unlucky and that her bad luck will spread to others. Mrs. Scampers, a concerned squirrel, seeks the advice of a loving bear and the two come up with a plan that will solve the issue. The animals in the story use their own resources to help solve the problem,” says Haynes.
Yvonne E, Lovell was introduced to Cheryl Haynes, Publisher at FutureWord by copywriter and best selling author, Kristine M. Smith who was contracted to edit the work. A Gift For Mrs. Peaches struck home to the publisher and the book was forwarded to Valerie Bouthyette for artwork evaluation. Bouthyette is the illustrator of Nicole Izmaylov's GAYA Award Winning storybook Ronnie and BB. Both Haynes and Bouthyette were sold on the ideas in the story.
The 32 page, perfect bound, 8.5 by 11 is illustrated by Tata Jariashvili and is now for sale on Amazon.com for $12.95. The book will be available globally at different international prices, sold through online bookstores, such as Barnes and Noble, or through your local bookstore by request.
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