Based out of Little Rock the group raised just over 9 hundred dollars at a book signing for a collection of their short stories.
Fundraising efforts started earlier this week and they've already raised 8 thousand dollars to help move the animals at river glen tiger sanctuary to turpentine creek in eureka springs .
KNWA has been following this story here in Northwest Arkansas as Turpentine Creek moves 30 tigers, 2 cougars and 2 leopards.
Here's a link to our previous stories:
Mountainburg Woman Calls for Help With 30 Tigers
Turpentine Creek Rescuing 30 Tigers From NWA Home
Rogers Farmer's Market
Farmer's Market to relocate...
Clinton Coming To Town
Senator Hillary Clinton will be in Fayetteville Monday meeting with local Democratic party leaders and addressing supporters.
Parents, if your kids wear bibs, listen up.
Unemployment Rate Rises
Arkansas' unemployment rate rose last month.
Remembering Those Lost
A town comes together to grieve one week after the Neosho murders.