Our book, our little baby, is finally out there in the world!
My three classmates and I are so proud of what we’ve accomplished. We are the smallest class of Biocommunications students to publish a book, and I think the document we created speaks to our individuality. You can think of it as a photography book, or a fine art book, or a coffee table book, or the perfect gift for everyone on your list. It’s all of those things. The book is also a fundraiser for the Randolph Community College Foundation. All our profits go towards student scholarships. How cool is that?
You can purchase the book through Blurb here – Lumen III: Impressions of Light
When you click through to Blurb you get to see a small preview of the book which will give you an idea of what to expect. I think you’ll love it.
You can also see my other posts about the lumen process by clicking below.
Thank you so much for your support!
I couldn’t sleep this morning. My kids have been at the beach with their grandma and today was the day they’d come home. I was awake before 5 am thinking about how to take advantage of this last bit of time before they were back with me. I wasn’t trying to be awake that early, but alas there I was. Instead of tossing and turning for an hour I got up and headed out early, down the road to Asheboro. I arrived at the downtown farmer’s market around 7:15 before all but a few of the earliest of early bird shoppers, just as the farmers were getting their goods on display. Everything sold at this market is grown by the farmer selling it, and it all looked amazingly delicious. On top of that, these must be some of the friendliest of farmers in North Carolina. It was a great way to start my day.