Buy a book and donate to The Night Ministry

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This Saturday, You can buy a great book about street kids and have $10 of your purchase price donated to The Night Ministry to help actual kids on the street.

I already told everyone about my attending the Chicago Tribune’s Printers Row Lit Fest this Saturday June 7 from 2-6 p.m. During that time, for each print copy of Bend Me, Shape Me or Painted Black that’s sold, I will donate $10 to The Night Ministry.

A great deal, right? However, because so many of my friends don’t live in Chicago, I decided to extend that offer beyond the limited venue of the festival.  On Saturday, June 7 if you order/buy a print version of either book ANYWHERE (online or in a bookstore) between 12 a.m. and midnight, I will send TNM a check for $10.

To get the donation to where it will do some good, all you need to do is email me a copy of your receipt showing the date, time and purchase price.  I will email you back with confirmation of your donation and The Night Ministry will have more funds in their coffers to help homeless men, women, and children.

Message me on Facebook.  If you don’t hear from me within a week after sending it, message again or contact me on here or on Facebook.

Help me tweet the heck out of this one, will you? CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO SHARE.

Tweet: Want to read a novel about street kids and actually HELP streets kids? Check this out: http://ctt.ec/KjfY3+

If you do come to the Printers Row Festival, I will be in Tent F on the map below, waiting to share your money with the organization who inspired me to write these books.

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2 thoughts on “Buy a book and donate to The Night Ministry

  1. Pingback: Small Towns, Small News, Small Fish | Debra R. Borys

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