Atlanta, GA, April 27, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Author Robert Evans Wilson Jr.’s books are on their way to libraries in need as part of the effort to restock facilities destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. The Annoying Ghost Kid has been shipped after being vetted by Indie Authors for Hurricane Sandy Libraries, a group established in November 2012 by author K. S. Brooks. There are over 160 authors from all over the world participating in the group and over 1100 books have already been shipped to libraries in the tri-state area of Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York, and beyond.
“This is a great opportunity to connect libraries in need to authors willing to donate books. We work closely with the library systems to make certain they receive the genres they want,” says group founder K. S. Brooks. “We’re happy to have Robert Evans Wilson, Jr. as part of our effort. His generosity, which includes absorbing all related costs, is much appreciated.”
More information about Indie Authors for Hurricane Sandy is available here: http://www.ksbrooks.com/AuthorsforHurricaneSandyLibraries.htm, and more information about Robert Evans Wilson, Jr. is available at www.jumpstartyourmeeting.com.
Robert Evans Wilson, Jr.
Karen Pierce Gonzalez Public Relations