Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Color Struck Selected for Required Reading at Marygrove College!

Words cannot convey the honor of receiving an email from Professor Johnson, expressing her opinion of Color Struck. Her own touching personal story explains why she could relate to our novel. We are deeply grateful for being able to reach and connect with a diversity of people, and hearing their personal accounts and testimonies is a highlight for us.

Professor Johnson has selected Color Struck as required reading for her students this fall. WHAT AN HONOR!

We send our sincere thanks to her and we hope our book will enlighten and inspire all who read it.

Color Struck received the Flamingnet Top Choice Award on July 28, 2011

What an honor! Color Struck received a 10 out of 10 rating by one of the Flamingnet Young Adult book reviewers and also received the Flamingnet Top Choice Award.

Flamingnet is a worldwide network of preteen and teen book reviewers offering book reviews written by young adults on young adult books. To read the glowing review, click Here.

Color Struck made the May/June 2011 issue of Conversations Magazine

To be chosen as one of the TOP 100 Books of 2010 by Conversations Magazine founder, Cyrus Webb, was elating. But to be featured AGAIN in another issue as a 20 Must Read Books for Young Readers selection, is an honor worth announcing. We are so thankful to have been recognized by a sponsor who's dedicated to promoting the love of reading and books to the world. Cyrus Webb is the gracious host and founder of Conversations Book Club, Conversations Radio, Shadow Play Entertainment and Conversations Magazine.

Color Struck Chosen for March 2011 Book Selection by the National Black Home Educators

We are proud and honored to announce that Color Struck was reviewed by the National Black Home Educators Book Club member, Ms. Sonja Gaddy. Ms. Gaddy chose Color Struck as one of her recommended books for their homeschool families in March 2011. She also conducted an interview with Pamela & Joel Tuck and posted it on the NBHE Book Blog. To read the interview, click Here. To find out more about NBHE, click Here.