Saturday, December 20, 2008

Help Me Donate My Books!

As many of you are aware, the last half of 2008 I have been donating one book for each book I sell to a library affected by natural disaster or some other organization in desperate need of books.

You have been so wonderful in response to this that I have 2 more cases of books to donate. The problem is, I’m running out of ideas on where to send them. So…, I’m going to let you decide for me! That’s right; tell me about the non-profit organization you feel is deserving of these books. At the first of the New Year I will choose two from your suggestions and send them each a case of new books. Please use the comment section below to offer your suggestion.

By the way, I’m not done yet! So if you still would like to purchase a book so one more will be donated, all my books are still on sale at Author’s Box until Christmas!

After you leave your comment, can you also please help me get this writer’s blog in the top 101 writer’s Websites for next year by sending the following to Writer’s Digest online? Just copy and paste the following into an e-mail and send to with “101 Best Websites” as the subject

“I nominate A Book Inside at for the top 101 site list.” Deadline is Jan 1.

Thanks to all who so kindly have voted for us!


darbyscloset said...

I have two ideas for receivers of your generous donation....
1. The Perry KS Community Library (can you imagine a communtiy w/o a library, well Perry KS was one of them and we started a library last yr and it is located in the back of the grocery store (Thriftway)..)
2. The Lecompton United Methodist Church, book shelf....I helped start this is in my own communtiy (which is next to Perry), and we needed a communtiy library bookcase, where members of the community could read and return books....please I think this would be the greatest gift if you could complete the bookshef with books!!!
Thank you so much and if you chose one of these two organizations let me know and I'll get you their addresses.
darbyscloset at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said...

Operation Care Package of Michigan sends books to our soldiers overseas. The organization is non-profit. The founder- JJ Fulgenzi was voted citizen of the year in Lapeer, Michigan. She is dedicated to our troops.

Jessica Nelson said...

Wow, that's awesome that you're doing this! Good luck.

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Patricia Rockwell said...

When we moved from Louisiana to Illinois, my husband donated over a 100 boxes of his books to the University of Louisiana at Lafayette's library. Any school or college library would be delighted to receive your books.