Rich Fabric – now available!
Click here to purchase paperback on Amazon
And here to purchase directly from Createspace
Barnes and Noble.com is carrying Rich Fabric. Order here.
ALL profits go to the Twilight Wish Foundation.
Rich Fabric in the media and on the web:
Kara Stewart’s Art In Photography blog – Permission to Read
Wonderful review of Rich Fabric by Andi Klemm on her website: Anakalian Whims
Book signing and giveaway for Rich Fabric at Half Price Books in Humble, Texas.
Exciting news! Rich Fabric will be included in the National Quilt Museum in Paducah, Kentucky.
More exciting news! Rich Fabric will be included in the Material Culture Library of the Texas Quilt Museum.
Robyn Leatherman’s post, How Rich Fabric, an anthology, Benefited Me, on her blog.
Rich Fabric, an anthology, article on A Southern Writer’s Network by Louisa Dang.
Rich Fabric Launches, article on Green Bayou Novels blog by Rhonda Dennis.
Lisamarie Lamb’s blog – The Moonlit Door – article Rich Fabric – An Anthology of a Different Kind
Sarah Nego Writes – I’m Published or Shameless Self-Promotion. *** Love the title! 🙂 ***
Traveling With T, Tamara Welch’s blog, has a great blurb about the anthology in her post – A catch-up and preview of things to come.
Why We Write by Sarah Negovetich on Sarah Nego Writes
Two Reasons Why Rich Fabric is Already a Success by Melinda McGuire on Kara Stewart’s blog, Art in Photography
Contributors with titles of works to the paperback version of Rich Fabric:
Quilted by Generations – Robyn Leatherman
Reap What You Sew – Lisamarie Lamb
The Real Magic – Kara Stewart
I’m Sew Happy – Rhonda Dennis
Piecing a Memory – Sarah Negovetich
An Exploration of Jacobean Applique – a conversation with Linda McDaniel
Why Do I Quilt – Crystal Vining.Crystal passed away before the publication of this anthology. This was her first published piece. I am saddened by her passing, but thankful that I got to know her through her writing and through her passion for quilting.
Dear Mary Kennedy – Suzan McKenzie
Sans Famille – Ruth C. White
Always Warm – Tonya Rice
Lessons from Aunt Becky – Laura Ritchie
My Great-Grandmother’s Quilt – Claire Burson
Common Thread, The Quilts of Alice Shaddix
How the Quilters at the Cornett School House Connect the Present to the Past
A Brief History of the Bargello Pattern
The cover reveal of Rich Fabric.
We are nearing the end of phase 1!
The paperback is in the final stages of preparation. The beautiful cover is being created by Regina Wamba from MaeIDesign – and if this was baseball, she would be in the books for a grand slam homerun. The cover is AMAZING!
Rich Fabric – the paperback version has illustrations, black and white photos, quotes, short stories and memoirs. To say that I am proud of how this is shaping up would be a major understatement.
After the formatting gets approved by the publisher, the book should be available (fingers crossed) by September 15.
Rich Fabric – the multi-media, enhanced ebook version has everything in the paperback as well as color photographs, music and videos. The ebook should go live by Nov. 1.
AND – the MOST important part, all profits from the sale of Rich Fabric (both versions) will be donated to the Twilight Wish Foundation – a non-profit that grants wishes to senior citizens who live at or below poverty level.
Stay tuned for the launch!
I am DELIGHTED to share this with you.
I have been working on a new project – Rich Fabric, the Anthology.
It is a multi-media anthology that will include short stories, memoirs, biographies, poetry, illustrations, black and white as well as color photographs, and music.
The expected release date for Rich Fabric is September 2012.
It will be available through all major online booksellers and as many independent bookstores as possible!
If you are interested in promoting the book (we would love for you to do so!) or if you are a bookseller interested in carrying the book (again, love for you to do so), please contact me here in the comments or via email.
The profits from the sale of Rich Fabric will go to the Twilight Wish Foundation. You can find out more about this great non-profit organization here.
Here are just some of the AMAZING, CREATIVE and GENEROUS people who are involved with Rich Fabric.
This isn’t a complete list, and I will continue to update it.
Many thanks to these fabulous, amazing people!