FutureWord Publishing Donates Books For Charity Event

FutureWord Publishing has donated a limited number of books to benefit cancer patient, Lily Anderson.

Lily Anderson, 8, was diagnosed Sept. 10 with advanced neuroblastoma cancer in the form of a large tumor in her abdomen. Money is needed for her treatment. The details can be found here: “Lily’s Run”

Cheryl Haynes, publisher at FutureWord routed some books that were going to be donated for the Shriner’s Crippled Children’s Hospital to Nicole Izmaylov for her signing.

“There are a limited number of books. The more money you pay for the book, the more money goes to the cancer fund for Lily Anderson.” said Mr. Highfield, Director of sales at FutureWord.

Nicole’s older sister, best-selling author Michelle Izmaylov, currently a medical student at Emory University, published “Dream Saver” and “The Galacteran Legacy: Galaxy Watch” will be selling her books as well for the benefit.

Nicole Izmaylov is currently attending Webb Bridge Middle School in Alpharetta, and will sign her title, “Ronnie and BB.”

The book signing will be held with 100 percent of the proceeds going to the “Lily’s Run” Fund.

Here is the schedule:

Date: Nov. 21

Time: Nicole 4 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., Michelle 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Place: Ocee Library, Alpharetta

Participants: Nicole Izmaylov (Ronnie and BB) and Michelle Izmaylov (The Galacteran Legacy: Galaxy Watch)

Sidney’s Pizza, Vickery Village Book Signing.

Date: Dec. 5

Time: Noon to 2 p.m. Both Nicole and Michelle will be signing at this time.

Place: Sidney’s Pizza, Vickery Village

Participants: Nicole Izmaylov (Ronnie and BB) and Michelle Izmaylov (The Galacteran Legacy: Galaxy Watch)

Go to Amazon.com to search inside.“Ronnie and BB.”

FutureWord ‘s goal is to provide the best books to today’s readers.


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