Knowledge Quest, Inc. Holds Drawing to Promote Book

Share Article

Georgia work-at-home artist releases original artwork for book promotion.

Darla Dixon, graphite pencil artist who specializes in portraiture, recently contracted with Knowledge Quest, Inc. to illustrate their new book release entitled "What Really Happened During the Middle Ages" (available late October, 2005). She has drawn eight historical figures from the medieval time period, including Empress Theodora, Good King Wenceslas and Johann Gutenberg.

Upon completing the project, Dixon announced that she would offer her original artwork as a giveaway to promote the book.

Dixon says, "These books need to get into the hands of middle grade students. It tells the true stories of amazing individuals who changed our world. Most people, including my own children, have not been privileged to learn this information in school. This is a great way to learn history."

Entries into the drawing are being accepted from September 2, 2005 through October 31, 2005 until midnight. There is no purchase necessary to enter the drawing.

To take a look at these illustrations and to find out more information about the book or the drawing, visit the Web site: http://www.bramleybooks.com.

Contact:

Terri Johnson

Knowledge Quest, Inc.

Tel: 503-663-1210

terri@knowledgequestmaps.com

http://www.bramleybooks.com

# # #

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Terri Johnson
Visit website