Wednesday, July 24, 2019




Eden Literary Foundation assists with the gathering, production, and distribution of donated books to niche market populations such as children in the foster care system, military personnel and their families, women in prison, victims of violence, temporary shelters, and non-profit organizations throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Ghana (Africa).


How Authors and Publishers Can Help

Donation of limited printing rights.
Donating limited print rights can be used for the printing of a set number of copies of a specific title. These books are then distributed, at no charge to the author, to organizations and individuals most in need of books. This can be done in the form of a “Special Edition” if the author/publisher chooses.

The donations of printed books and seconds.
Often authors and publishers find this is a win/win situation as promotional books will be distributed to help build a readership for new and established authors seeking to widen their market.

We gladly accept "seconds", which are books with slight errors or misprints (cover on upside down, wrong paper type, etc.)

We also accept the donation of outdated editions and overstock.


How Everyone Can Help

Please consider donating clean and undamaged books to Eden Literary Foundation.
We also appreciate monetary donations to use for printing and distribution.

Eden Literary Foundation is a program of Connect, a registered (501 (c) (3) non-profit. EIN: 83-1348199.



Deirdra Eden


Deirdra started her career in the publishing world in 2001 working with both authors and publishers. She has worn many hats including: Editor, Reviewer for publication consideration, Print-tech, Web-designer, Multi-media Content Specialist, Promotional Manager, Tour Coordinator, eBook Animator, Book Cover Designer, Illustrator, and Author. In 2011 Deirdra founded Eden Literary and worked with self-published authors, small publishers, literary agencies, and large publishers. Deirdra is a professional speaker in various venues, including radio and television interviews, and nationally recognized writers’ conferences.Please visit her website at: www.Knightess.com

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