Monday, March 14, 2011

SPECIAL POST - Please Help Author's Japanese Relief Efforts


Hello,  Everyone has heard about the horrible earthquake, flooding, and nuclear plant leaks in Japan and the devastation there.   These authors are generously donating all proceeds from the sale of these books to the relief efforts from TODAY through SUNDAY, MARCH 19th.   These books are priced right, anyway, and give you a wonderful opportunity to add to your collection while knowing you are also helping much needed relief efforts in Japan.   I hope you will check out the titles and make a purchase today.

Note:  I am using my Amazon Affliliate link to post the book images and links. Any commissions made will also be donated  to help the Japanese people in this time of crisis.


Ungrateful Dead (an Ethan Banning case) (The Ethan Banning Files)
Night and Chaos (The Deva Chronicles #1)Author Naomi Clark is donating all proceeds from the sale of her books. A purchase is, of course appreciated,  but you can also help spread the news with a few free clicks  - please click the "Like" button and click the tags so that others can more easily find the selections.


See more details on Naomi's Blog:


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Darlin' Druid (Texas Druids)Author Lyn Horner is donating all proceeds from the sale of her book. A purchase is, of course appreciated,  but you can also help spread the news with a few free clicks  - please click the "Like" button and click the tags so that others can more easily find the selections.


See details on Author's Blog:

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WolfSong (Tales from the Crescent)Author J.H. Sked is donating all proceeds from the sale of her book. A purchase is, of course appreciated,  but you can also help spread the news with a few free clicks  - please click the "Like" button and click the tags so that others can more easily find the selections.


See details on Ms. Sked's Blog
http://jhsked.blogspot.com/search/label/%23write4japan

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Last Exit In New JerseyAuthor C.E. Grundler is donating all proceeds from the sale of her book. A purchase is, of course appreciated,  but you can also help spread the news with a few free clicks  - please click the "Like" button and click the tags so that others can more easily find the selections.


See details on Ms. Grundler's blog

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Enemy Mine: A Lawson Vampire Short Story (The Lawson Vampire Series)
Author Jon F. Merz is donating all proceeds from the sale of his book. A purchase is, of course appreciated,  but you can also help spread the news with a few free clicks  - please click the "Like" button and click the tags so that others can more easily find the selections.


Enemy Mine: A Lawson Vampire Short Story (The Lawson Vampire Series)



Visit this Author's blog:
http://jonfmerz.net/blog/
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Authors - if you are offering similar incentives please let me know and I will be happy to promote your generousity, as well.

Bloggers - Please feel free to copy to your own blogs....Let's pass the word along.

4 comments:

tlynnetolles said...

Great Idea Sweetie...

cegrundler said...

Thank you for your support and your links. At $.99 a book I earn $.35 per sale, and the current total just topped $30. I will update as this progresses, and I would like to thank everyone who has donated aid, both here and through any other groups or organizations.

Laurie said...

Hi CE! Thanks for the update. I think that is good especially since this drive is just getting started really. Best of luck to you and the other fine authors who are volunteering their talents in this way.

J H Sked said...

Hi Laurie - thanks for the links and the support. Jon F Mertz is donating proceeds from Enemy Mine to #helpjapan - available on Kindle - according to his twitter feed. There are a lot of authors and readers getting involved - I'm actually losing track. Regards, J H Sked