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“dragontamer’s daughters” and the navajo water project

Back at the beginning of December, I announced that I would be donating 100% of my share of profits from my novel Dragontamer’s Daughters to the Navajo Water Project.  The NWP is an effort to bring running water to the … Continue reading

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give the greatest gift of all: WATER

According to the non-profit DIGDEEP, 40% of all homes on the Navajo reservation do not have running water.  DIGDEEP’s Navajo Water Project has been working for several years to remedy that, and they’re having success. I’ve helped the Project in the … Continue reading

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the lights are coming on for some of the navajo

A few months ago, I learned that 40% of the homes on the Navajo reservation don’t have running water, so it shouldn’t have surprised me to learn today that about 15,000 homes don’t have electricity, either.  The water situation is … Continue reading

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the last word on the navajo water project and dtd

Okay, now I’m just showing off.  This article ran in my local newspaper, The Bay Times, and in its sister, the Record Observer, as well as the Easton-based Star Democrat (parent paper of the other two).      Since Day 1 of … Continue reading

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the navajo water project and dragontamer’s daughters

(h/t Ron Martinez)   Starting…well, immediately, I will donate 100% of my profits from all sales (print or e-book) in December of my novel Dragontamer’s Daughters to the Navajo Water Project.  And what’s that?   Briefly, it’s an effort to … Continue reading

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