Do the Write Thing for Nashville – Day 10

Okay folks, today is the last regularly scheduled day of new offerings on the Do the Write Thing for Nashville charity auction site.  Each new round of bidding lasts for three days however so you still have time to get a bid placed on any item offered during Days 8 – 10.  The last day for bidding will be May 18th but the site has plans to offer tee shirts for sale that will allow those who still wish to contribute a chance to help out in a way that is feasible for most pocketbooks.

On to today’s offerings:

Book/ARC/Swag Packages from author Laurel Snyder, author Chris Crutcher, author Cyn Balog, author Nancy Holder, The Trades, Debbie Diesen, and author Rochelle Alers

Critique Packages from author Kristin Tubb; freelance editor C.A. Marshall; author Kelly Milner Halls; author Robin Bridges; editorial director Stacy Whitman at Lee and Low/Tu Books; Disney*Hyperion editor Abby Ranger; and literary agent Jill Corcoran

Book Club Package from author Deeanne Gist: An autographed hard back of her upcoming June release, Maid to Match, and an online video conference (skype or whatever) or a telephone conference with a book club. All members of the winning book club will receive book marks, autographed book plates from Deeanne and a “Dee’s Circle of Friends” lapel pin

Signed Books by author Kerrelyn Sparks, and author Stephenie Meyer

A Page from an original Babymouse lay-out and a Skype visit from the author, Jennifer Holm

Registration to The Auburn Writers Conference (our theme this year is The Child on the Page: Writing for and About Children). There’s a day of workshops (including a query workshop with Holly Root and fiction workshop with Rachel Hawkins), and a day of seminars. Dinner, lunch and entertainment included. Winning bidder must cover their own travel/hotel expenses

May 15th, 2010  at 7:11 pm

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Posted in Charities and Events and Fund Raisers and Literature and Merchandise and Nashville and Non-Fiction and Stephenie Meyer and Twilight Saga and Vampires and Young Adult by LadyJayne on May 15th, 2010 at 7:11 pm.

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