Extinct? Not yet. Tasmanian Devils and how an anthology can help them.

Good afternoon from Cyprus. 🙂 And now the weather…

Sorry, I couldn’t resist. Today I will present to you very briefly an animal that comes from all the way around the globe from where I live: The Tasmanian devil.

Why? you might ask. What does that have to do with you – or us?

Just read this:

Tasmanian Devils are cute little mammals living in Tasmania, off the coast of Australia. They are marsupials, like kangaroos, and have the size of small dogs.

Due to a type of spreading cancer, caused most probably by pollution and encroaching on their natural environment, the little devils are dying and are currently on the verge of extinction.

Therefore, I was very pleased when our editor, Phoenix Sullivan, and the team of authors of the science fiction anthology “Extinct doesn’t mean forever” chose to donate the profits from the antho from the 1-15 July to saving the Tasmanian devil.

It is a wonderful anthology, and the cause is excellent. I don’t normally say this so crudely, but I will say it now: Go buy this book. Us, the authors and the editor, won’t earn a cent from this money. It all goes to saving the Tasmanian devils.

Don’t you think they are worth it?

Read about the Tasmanian Devils and the anthology on:

The Not Extinct Yet blog

Marc Srour’s bio-news blog

Buy the anthology here:

Amazon US

Amazon UK

Barnes and Noble


For more information contact the editor of the anthology:

Phoenix Sullivan
Dare to Dream Press
+00 11 1 903 465 2261

The Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal can be found at: http://www.tassiedevil.com.au/tasdevil.nsf/


About chrystallathoma

Welcome to my blog. My name is Chrystalla and I am a Fantasy, Science Fiction and Romance author. I am Greek Cypriot and I like to write about fantastical creatures, crazy adventures, and family bonds. I live in Cyprus with my husband and my vast herds of books. I write fantasy, science-fiction and romance, often all mixed up. View all posts by chrystallathoma

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