Authority Magazine: A sa part of our series about Stars Making a Social Impact, I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Zane Carson Carruth. CLICK HERE for full interview.Read more
Author Zane was featured in Houston Family Magazine. CLICK HERE for the article.Read more
Zane Carson Carruth wrote her just-published children’s book on a Sunday afternoon , but it would take 25 years before she put it all together, published it and had a book signing party at River Oaks Bookstore.
“I grabbed a spiral notebook and just started writing about a little fairy. I pictured my daughter in my mind as I wrote,” she tells PaperCity. “I did not have a plan in my mind when I started writing. As the story unfolded on paper and the little fairy lost the bead on her favorite purse, the tooth fairy story just happened one page at a time.”
Houston, Texas May 25, 2017 : River Oaks Bookstore hosted a book launch and signing for local author Zane Carruth for her debut children’s book titled The World’s First Tooth Fairy… Ever on May 25th at their Westheimer location. The event was very well attended by over 60 people. The enthusiastic crowd bought 89 of the books, as well as commented they were excited to purchase her second book, The World’s First Tooth Fairy…Ever Gets Her Magic Wand which will be published later this year. Ms. Carruth has also published The World’s First Tooth Fairy…Ever Coloring and Activity book.Read more
About 25 years ago on a Sunday afternoon, Houston resident Zane Carson Carruth sat down, grabbed a spiral note-book and started writing about a little fairy. She had her daughter pictured in her mind as she wrote. She had no plan in mind or a story, she just started writing.Read more
Tucked away for years,Zane Carson Carruth had forgotten about a story she penned about a small fairy until a few months ago. About 25 years ago, while waiting on her daughter to return home one afternoon, she sat down to write a short children’s story.
“I grabbed a spiral notebook and just started writing about a little fairy,” she said. “I pictured my daughter in my mind as I wrote.