We are never ceased to be amazed at the good works our authors do in their communities and for the organizations that they support.
Authors donate time and proceeds from the books to make the world a better place. Here is a sample of just a few of their good works.
Kristin Arniotis – Autism Speaks (autismspeaks.org) is a research, advocacy, and service organization that helps families and adults dealing with autism. Founded in 2005 the organization has become the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization.
Randy Arnowitz –Randy Arnowitz is a Southern California gardener, horticulturist, and writer. He particularly enjoys working with roses, orchids, and sharing the day with his golden retriever, Peaches, who faithfully accompanies him in the field. He has written for the Santa Barbara News-Press, the Montecito Journal, the Santa Barbara Sentinel, and is a garden contributor for the Santa Barbara Independent. His work has also appeared in The Whole Person Calendar, Edible Santa Barbara, the Mountain Journal Magazine, and Weird N.J. Noah’s Alphabet Garden is his first book.