Help fight Ovarian Cancer!
Win a first chapter critique from one of five multi-published, award-winning, bestselling authors!
Do good. Feel good. And get something good in return!
Author Heather McCollum is fighting Ovarian Cancer. To show appreciation for folks who donate to support “Heather’s Warriors” on the upcoming walk to fund a cure, her writer friends have organized a critique raffle.
You could win one of five critiques being offered by
Avon author Katharine Ashe – first chapter critique (up to 25 pages)
Nocturne author Cynthia Cooke – first chapter critique (up to 25 pages)
Berkley/St. Martins author Cindy Holby/Kassy Tayler – first chapter critique (up to 25 pages) Berkley author Virginia Kantra – first chapter critique (up to 25 pages)
Harlequin author Emilie Rose – first chapter critique (up to 25 pages)
How to enter in three easy steps:
1. Go to “Critiques for Heather” http://dccc.convio.net/site/TR/Ovarianwalk/OvarianAwareness?px=1060499&pg=personal&fr_id=1090
2. Click “Make a donation.”
Make a secure on-line donation of at least $5.00.(each $5.00 online donation = 5 virtual raffle tickets)
Be sure to enter a “Recognition name” (your name or an identifiable nickname).
3. Send an e-mail to
email@example.com. (There’s a direct link on the site!)
Type RAFFLE in the e-mail’s subject line.
In the body of the email, please include your Recognition name, the number of virtual tickets purchased (dollar amount of donation), and which author(s)/critique prize(s) you would like to be entered for.
ALL proceeds support ovarian cancer research at Duke University Medical Center, where Heather is receiving treatment.
Winners will be drawn/notified/announced the day after the walk, Sunday, September 18, 2011.
Want to support Heather without entering the raffle?
Follow the same link and donate WITHOUT sending an email.
For more information, please visit and like Heather’s SHOUT Against the Whisper Campaign on Facebook
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