There have been a few glitches getting the paperback version of ‘The Healing Paths of Fife’ because Eventispress are trying out a new method of distribution. More about that in another post.
Anyway, a box of ‘The Healing Paths of Fife’ has finally arrived. Patience is a virtue they say.
I am giving away two copies of the paperback version to readers in the UK for the best responses in completing the sentence:
I’d like to travel over the new Queensferry Crossing because …..
Responses can be made as comments on this blog, on my facebook page or by email to email@example.com
All you need to know about the Queensferry Crossing ~ STV News
If you don’t live in the UK and your response is really good then I can send you an Amazon gift voucher for a kindle version of The Healing Paths of Fife instead.
Even better, if you’d like to donate to our new community library in Kinghorn, Fife as well, then I’m only a quarter way to my target fundraising for our walk over the Queensferry Crossing this Sunday.
Here’s the link: Justgiving ~ Kinghorn Library
It has seemed like a paper exercise for eighteen months now ~ like a scientist developing a theory before actually testing it. Signs were good. There has been a great deal of encouragement from the community and the press, but would it actually happen?
It is like the dawning of a new day here in Kinghorn. The good news is that now we have the keys 🙂 A bit daunting really, as well as extremely exciting. With over fifty volunteers ‘waiting in the wings’ (what a lot of cliches!) to do painting, sorting, cataloging, cleaning and all those tasks we have not as yet thought of but I know they will appear in due course, we are, after training, on task to open for two days per week initially on August 8th.
The big launch will be in early September.
We hope to reach out to parts of the community little reached before with activities, workshops, support for school leavers, unemployed and clubs. We aim to organise events to enhance community life but also to attract visitors from further afield. Ambitious maybe, but you need to harness the enthusiasm and inventiveness from the very start of the project with the aim that the momentum will keep us going.
We also hope to attract people to the area by offering some kind of tourist information – Kinghorn is steeped in history, mystery and is also a lovely place to visit!
If you are an author, speaker or have any ideas to offer, then we would welcome you with open arms. If you are able to give us some of your time then I’m sure we could give you a Kinghorn Library Renewed mug and maybe your name might go on a mural on the wall as a contributor to the library’s success.
If not, then don’t worry. Your positive thoughts would be much appreciated!