Frederick, MD, February 11, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Miranda N. Prather, author of Blue Blue Sea Finds His Cape, will donate 20% of all sales from Blue Blue Sea Finds His Cape in February 2017 to Tomorrow's Promise. Prather hopes that the money raised will help Tomorrow's Promise fulfill their mission of helping dogs and cats find loving forever homes.
Blue Blue Sea Finds His Cape, published by Shoofly View, tells the life story of a blue-collar racehorse who overcame a devastating illness to survive and inspire thousands around the globe who were facing their own struggles and illnesses. The book features playful writing and delightful pictures, by Kentucky artist Hayley Mullins, that bring the tale of Blue Blue Sea to life. Blue Blue Sea was no American Pharoah, but he became a hero just the same.
Miranda N. Prather was born in Texas and grew up in Mississippi, Louisiana and Kentucky. The first horse she recalls following was Seattle Slew, who was born the same year she was, but it was Alydar that was her first horse racing love (and Blue Blue Sea’s great-grandsire). During her time in Kentucky, she took horseback riding lessons and owned an off-track Thoroughbred named Beble.
Tomorrow's Promise is a small animal rescue located in Maryland. Tomorrow's Promise rescues animals when owners can no longer care for them, from over-crowded shelters and situations of neglect and abuse. The animals the organization rescues are fostered in a home environment, where they are given food, shelter, love, veterinarian care and socialization while the organization searches for the right home for each animal. Since the organization's founding, they have helped find forever homes for hundreds of animals.
Shoofly View seeks to give authors honest feedback, and if an author presents a well-written, interesting book, the chance at publication. In late 2015, they published Blue Blue Sea Finds His Cape, their first book. They are currently looking at other book projects and plan an online journal to highlight the best in writing, art and photography.