A self-published book by Cottonwood resident Sue Tidwell has reached a new milestone. The audio version of “Cries of the Savanna”
is now a part of the CarbonTV platform, the largest streaming network for outdoor content in the industry, Tidwell said.
The book “takes listeners on a breathtaking journey through the heart of the African savanna, offering profound insights into wildlife conservation, the delicate balance of ecosystems, and the voices of the creatures that call it home,” according
Divided into chapters as a podcast, it is free for listeners at carbontv.com/podcasts/cries-of-the-savanna
“Cries of the Savanna” has won several awards, according to Tidwell, including the Reader’s Favorite Gold Medal in the animal category, Professional Outdoor Media Association’s Pinnacle Award and The Wildlife Society’s Conservation Education Award, and it was a finalist in the Kindle Book Reviews nonfiction category.
The book and audiobook are for sale on Tidwell’s website, suetidwell.com