Will You Help Us?

Amanda K. Morgan, Myra McEntire and I are putting together an auction.

Here’s the scoop:

On May 1st and 2nd, Nashville, Tennessee received a record amount of rain—nearly 13.5 inches. By May 3rd, huge portions of our city were under water, including the The Grand Ole Opry, Opryland, The Nashville Symphony Hall, the downtown area, and countless homes. Families, many of whom did not have flood insurance, have lost everything. One of the hydro plants is flooded, which means we’re running short on water. Many lives have been extinguished and more bodies are being recovered each day.

Our city is drowning.

Will you help us?

Victoria Schwab, Amanda K. Morgan, and Myra McEntire –all Nashville authors– have come together to host an auction.

We’re auctioning off critiques, signed books, and more from authors, agents, editors, and other industry professionals. ALL proceeds to: http://www.cfmt.org/floodrelief/
If you can help, can spread the word, can donate a critique, please email me at vschwab (at) comcast (dot) net.

All proceeds will go to the Metro Nashville Disaster Response Fund (Visit http://www.cfmt.org/floodrelief/ for more information).

Thank you.

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4 thoughts on “Will You Help Us?

  1. noirbettie says:

    Any interest in non-writerly donations? I could probably whip up a crafty something-or-other.

  2. mguibord says:

    I’ll help in whatever way I can.

  3. veschwab says:

    That would actually be AWESOME. Email me at vschwab at comcast dot net??

  4. veschwab says:

    Thank you so much. I just posted to the Elevensies.

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