Can you help local author’s Manx Bedtime Stories charity project?
Local teacher-turned-author Rob Cowley is writing a brand new children’s tale for charity. Here’s how you can help him get it published.
“BLUE: A Manx Fire Engine Called Walter” is Rob’s latest follow-up to the similarly colourful “RED: A Manx Dragon Called Rufus” and “PINK: The Adventures of a Manx Fairy”, which was partly sponsored by Hartford Homes and raised funds for Breast Cancer Now (IoM).
The new book is currently being illustrated by talented 14-year-old artist Graiagh Smith with a tentative release date of November 2022.
On publication Rob will be aiming to raise £1000 for the Age Concern (IoM) Hardship Fund, a charity that helps to improve the health and well-being of older people on the Isle of Man.
To support the non-profit Manx Bedtime Stories Project, Rob has set up a JustGiving page to help cover the costs of publishing and printing, ensuring the chosen charity benefits from the maximum proportion of the book’s sales.
To help support the Manx Bedtime Stories Project achieve their goal and aid the charity, please click the link below:
Donate to support the Manx Bedtime Stories Project!
All donations are welcome, and supporters of the project will be able to download the previous books in the series for free.
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