Publisher donates to Developmental Center

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Vanilla Heart Publishing and author Melinda Clayton are extending their donation period to benefit the Tipton County Adult Developmental Center of Covington, Tennessee. All sales of Clayton’s novel, Return to Crutcher Mountain, print and electronic, will earn a donation to the center, direct from VHP and Clayton. The TCADC fundraiser began in October.

Clayton wrote in her blog that, “TCADC currently serves seventeen adults with physical and/or developmental disabilities.  As in all human service fields, money is a constant concern.  TCADC operates on a shoestring budget, with a payroll of less than $100,000 for a staff of six. As a professional in the field of mental health and developmental disabilities, I hold centers such as TCADC near to my heart.  As Sam’s sister, I am forever indebted to them for the services they provide my brother.”

Return to Crutcher Mountain – Publisher’s Description

Jessie is a success, at least by all outward appearances. She’s helped establish a wilderness retreat for special needs children on top of Crutcher Mountain.  Everything has come together beautifully, until a series of strange events threatens to shut down the operation.  Unsure what to expect, Jessie returns to West Virginia in search of answers and finds more than she bargained for.

You can read more about TCADC in “Contributing to a Good Cause” on Clayton’s blog.

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