I worked as a teacher in remote Arctic communities in Greenland, and fell in love with the spirit and drive of the Greenlandic kids I met in school, at the kaffemik (birthday parties), at local events, squeezed into helicopters, and, not least, at the school dog sledge race!
I’m giving back to the kids that made my life “interesting” (for interesting read equal parts inspiring and exasperating) through the sale of my novella The Heart that was a Wild Garden, featuring Constable David Maratse. I’m giving 100% of the royalties for sales of ebook and paperback copies of this novella to the Association for Greenlandic Children. It’s also possible to support the charity with a donation on this page. (Please be aware that the donation page is in Greenlandic and Danish only.)
You can read a little more about why I want to contribute to the Association for Greenlandic Children, in Danish and Greenlandic, on the charity’s website.
But, if you haven’t read The Heart that was a Wild Garden you can find out more by clicking the book title link. The Heart that was a Wild Garden is the 5th in the series of novellas (about 70 pages each) in which we follow Constable David Maratse prior to events in The Ice Star and Seven Graves, One Winter.