For the rest of the month, Tempt Me is on sale for 99¢
The price is only good through the end of the month. You can buy from ARe if you live out of the US…
Time is running out for your best chance to get an ARC of Hunter’s Fall. This is a chance to help save a man’s life and get the ARC-hey, it doesn’t take much…Details here!
Remember that I mentioned I’d be auctioning off BROKEN & FRAGILE signed and the proceeds would go to Japan earthquake relief? Well, the auction ended. I’d hoped for maybe $50. Thought that was doable. It ended up going $227.50. Blew my mind… A few people asked if I had plans for another auction, and yes-I’ve been working on something, but the problem is these are time-consuming and I’m rather…well…out of town. I didn’t want to do anything while I was gone. I’ll work on it more when I’m back in town.
Speaking of auctions…
One auction that will be going up sometime…a Kobo reader with five ebooks from me.
What’s Operation Auction? It’s for Fatin…from the website:
Fatin has been an integral part of the romance community for years – she owns and runs the RR@H Novel Thoughts and Book Talk blog, is an administrator of the WriteMinded loop, an author assistant and a tireless advocate for romance novels. She is also a friend to many in this community.
On Tuesday, March 8th, she lost her husband in a senseless act of violence, leaving her alone with four children. You can read more about the tragedy here: http://www.wral.com/news/local/story/9233067/
The romance community would like to rally around her. Therefore, we will be holding auctions on ebay the last week of March. More information on exact days and donations will follow.
Fatin, personally, for me has been a wonderful friend. I’ve ‘known’ her (online) back when I was just writing for my epubs-she’s been one of my earliest supporters. As a mom, I can’t imagine the grief and the fear and the pain she’s going through right now. The romance community has always shown itself to be amazing when it comes to supporting those within it-this is one of the many things I’ve seen. My heart and prayers go out to her and her family