The story of Chakadog and his human is one of unconditional, undying love and adventure between a dog and his human. This story’s ending will bring hope and a tear to any pet who has lost his human and to any human who has lost his pet.
This book promotes breaking the stigma against Pitbulls. It is scheduled for release August 2017.
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BlueFox Press got the amazing opportunity to honor the artists of My Baby Rhinos: Ms. Chelsea Jones & her (now) 7th Grade Art Class at Ecker Hill Middle School in Park City.
Their artwork has inspired so many others and is raising awareness about our dwindling rhino population. Truly grateful we get to work on wonderful projects like this with such wonderful people.
By Robin Pierson, Special to the Independent
“My Baby Rhinos” tells how two baby rhinos in Africa, orphaned by poachers, broke open the heart of a girl from Laguna Beach. When that teenager returned home, the book tells how the girl raised money for the…
There is nothing quite like the stomach-churning excitement you get when receiving a reply letter from a publisher for a book you have submitted. More often than not, this excitement is replaced with a heavy and disheartening feeling as you discover that it is a rejection letter. They say failing is the best way to learn but some situations are easier to get over than others. Here are six tips to getting yourself back on track and ready to take on another day after publisher rejection.
1. Self-esteem: It is perfectly okay to grieve the idea that this publisher was the one that would take your work to market. But once that grieving time is over, stop thinking about it. If you continue to ruminate on the distressing idea of failure, it will cut down your self-esteem and cultivate a negative world around you. The best way to remedy this is by….
October is Mental Health Awareness Month:
What Mental Health Disorder? Book Series will be giving away free eBooks all month long:
10th- Gordy the Rabbit has ADHD
15th- Millie the Cat has Borderline Personality Disorder
22nd- Vinny the Fox has PTSD
29th- Darla the Elephant has Bipolar Disorder (Public Release Nov 2016)
What inspired the writing of My Baby Rhinos, The Story of Kelsey’s African Adventure!
“We’re going to Africa!” my mom exclaimed one morning after finishing the book The Elephant Whisperer about the personal relationship that grew between an amazing man, Lawrence Anthony, and a herd of wild elephants he saved at his private game reserve, “Thula Thula.” A few months later we were there, dining under the stars and it was our experience with two orphaned rhinos that night that led me on a path I never could have imagined.
To be a part of the legacy of animal conservation created by Lawrence Anthony and carried on by his wife, Francoise Malby Anthony, is such an honor and if I can spread awareness through my story and inspire others to do the same, then I will have made a difference.