It’s official! C.K.’s fourth book, The Tremendous Tale of the Terrifying Toynado, is now on sale in hardcover, paperback and e-book.
Remember that you don’t need a Kindle for the e-book. You just need to download the app on your device (iPad, android, iPhone, PC, etc.). If you click on the kindle version on Amazon, there is a look inside feature that gives you a sneak peek at the first few pages. Also, all four of C.K.’s books are a part of the kindle matchbook program. This means that when you purchase the paperback on Amazon, you can get the e-book for only $.99 ($1 off).
All four of C.K.’s books are available on Amazon.com and BN.com. Click on the link below to go straight to her author page on Amazon. http://www.amazon.com/C.-K.-Carter/e/B00EEA4ENG
If you are interested in purchasing signed copies, please visit C.K.’s online store at https://squareup.com/market/ckcarterbooks
The second book in The Castle Across the Street series, Prince Jackson Goes to School, was awarded a Silver Benjamin Franklin Digital Book Award by the Independent Book Publishers Association in August 2015.
You can click on the link below to check out the IBPA Winner Page for the book’s award.
*IBPA Winner Page*
Prince Jackson Goes to School is C.K. Carter’s third children’s picture book, and her fourth book award in total. She is currently working on her fourth book, a stand alone like her second title, My Silly Dog Gus.
All titles available on Amazon.com in paperback, hardcover and kindle e-book. Also available on BarnesandNoble.com in paperback and hardcover.
On Saturday night, August 8, the Florida Authors & Publishers Association (FAPA) gave out its prestigious annual President’s Awards for the best books of 2014 and the first half of 2015 by authors and publishers in Florida and throughout the United States. The event, which took place at the Hilton Orlando/Lake Buena Vista Resort, recognized outstanding books by awarding gold and up to two silver medals in categories ranging from children’s books to adult fiction, from memoirs to self-help, from business books to e-books.
C.K. Carter’s second children’s book, My Silly Dog Gus, took home a 2015 Gold FAPA President’s Book Award. This is the second award for the book, having already earned a Silver IPBA Digital Book Award in December 2014.
C.K. with FAPA President, Mark Wayne Adams.
At the ceremony, FAPA President and award-winning author/illustrator Mark Wayne Adams (pictured), congratulated all of the finalists. He added that to be awarded a gold medal, books had to earn a perfect score from the judges, which included national state librarians and publishing professionals.
“The 2015 award winners elevate publishing both regionally and nationally. The awards continue to command the attention of industry professionals and readers!” said Mark Wayne Adams, FAPA President.