There is more than one way to use a book to promote a book and Infinity Publishing author, Debra Carttar is going all the way. Debra Carttar has recently completed a sequel to her novel “Picturing Lucy” and is donating proceeds to her local charity, Molly’s House. The sequel “The Art of Being Lucy” was published in December 2011.
Through March, 2012, 100% of the royalties from both her novels will be donated to Molly’s House in Stuart, Florida, a hospital hospitality house that provides temporary lodging to patients and their families in a medical crisis. The novel is dedicated to the volunteers at Molly’s House.
“The volunteers at Molly’s House give so much of themselves to help others,”said Carttar. “They inspire me every day, so it seemed natural to dedicate my latest book to them and donate book proceeds to Molly’s House.”
Besides writing novels, Carttar owns a business entitled Off The Wall Ink which provides owner’s manuals to boat and home builders. She also is the co-writer for the website Simplychecklists.com and works part-time at Molly’s House as its volunteer coordinator.
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