Release Blitz: Mistletoe Over Manhattan by Various Anthology

Mistletoe Over Manhattan
by Andrea Bills, C.D. Bradley, Jeannine Colette, Ginni Conquest, 
M.C. Decker, J.A. Low, Kat T. Masen, and Stephanie Rose
Foreword by Aleatha Romig
Organized by Helene Cuji (I am a Book Hoarder)
Release Date: December 3, 2019

About Mistletoe Over Manhattan
Eight authors bring cheer, romance, and a whole lot of steam to the Big Apple this holiday season as they hang some “Mistletoe over Manhattan” in the very first Book Hoarder's anthology.

All proceeds from eBook sales of this anthology will benefit Solar Responders. Led by CEO Hunter Johansson, Solar Responders is a non-profit organization focused on installing solar and battery storage systems on first responder stations.

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About Solar Responders

“Our mission is to maximize the capacity of first responders to save lives with renewable energy. We donate all hardware and labor, hire local installers, and work collaboratively with first responder departments to ensure the successful, long-term impact of our systems.”

In partnership with first responder departments and community leaders, Solar Responders manages the end-to-end solar panel and battery storage installations on first responder stations, including selection, design and procurement, installation, and training. 

During the day, solar panels will produce enough energy to power the critical loads of the first responder station, and charge the batteries to power those same needs during the evening and during periods of inadequate sunlight. Our work will have both short and long-term social, environmental, and financial impacts.

Short-term, our work is intended to significantly increase the capacity of first responders to save lives in emergency situations, as well as provide an around the clock safe haven for community members. Longer-term, resilient first responder systems decrease the human cost of disasters, reduce the carbon footprint and need for fossil fuels, and significantly lower or eliminate energy bills of individual first responder stations. By providing a resilient, reliable, and renewable source of backup power directly to first responders, Solar Responders will reduce the damage caused by disasters. As we learn from our efforts, we will strive to define and refine our impact.

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