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#IndiesUnite4Joshua ~ IndieGoGo Ends but it’s Not the End for Joshua

The IndieGoGo fundraiser officially known as Indies Unite for Joshua came to a close today at 2:59 AM EST.

The campaign began Jan. 31st and never let up. The proof is we continued to receive donations up to the final hours—attracting new people to help spread the word even though we had reached the $10K target three days ago.

We ended the fundraiser with $10,320

 Wheeeee! WE DID IT!

Indies Unite for Joshua started out as authors banding together to help one of their own—Maxwell Cynn. His 21-year old son, Joshua was diagnosed with leukemia back in January. Max first blogged about it here.

$10K was an arbitrary number I set to help pay for Joshua’s medical treatment not covered by the family’s health insurance. It was an amount I thought would be challenging but achievable.

What evolved over the past four months has both amazed and inspired me. Incredible people from all walks of life and almost every corner of the globe jumped on board to help. They blogged about the fundraiser, displayed the “Metallica baby widget” on their sites, and spread the word via all their social networks. On Twitter, the hashtag #IndiesUnite4Joshua was an active 24/7 stream and a hub of support.

I wish I could personally acknowledge everyone who helped, but that wouldn’t be possible here. What I can do is direct you to connect with some of the most supportive and wonderful people you’d ever want to meet. Find them on:

~ Twitter—Pull up #IndiesUnite4Joshua and follow a fantastic worldwide community
~ IndieGoGo—Generous people who funded and left comments for Joshua
~ The Gallery—Supporters who did videos and donated perks
~ The IndiesUnite4Joshua YouTube Channel
~ The Spreecast Party held May 25th

Over the next weeks, I will contact everyone who funded Indies Unite for Joshua to help redeem their perks. My goal is to get this done as quickly as possible. If you have any concerns or questions, please feel free to contact me at:

eden [dot] baylee@rogers [dot] com

The fundraiser on IndieGoGo may be over, but it’s far from over for Joshua. Read Max’s latest post and find out how you can continue to help. I’d also highly recommend you pick up Max’s books. He has a beautiful way with words, and sales go to help Joshua as well.

I’d like to offer my heartfelt thanks to everyone who helped with Indies Unite for Joshua. If we were strangers before, we are now friends. If we were already friends, we became even better friends.

It’s been an honor and a pleasure,

eden 

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Last Musical Mondays for #IndiesUnite4Joshua ~ Stand by Me

UPDATE ~ ONLY hours left to donate at IndieGoGo
Please keep sharing Indies Unite for Joshua
Every amount counts ~ GREAT perks still available!

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This is the last Monday leading up to the final days of Indies Unite for Joshua. We are SO CLOSE to our $10K goal at $9830.

“Stand by Me” is orchestrated by Playing for Change, an excellent foundation that uses multimedia to bring together musicians from around the world. It’s an emotional, beautiful, and inspiring video.

In the blog post by Max that precipitated this fundraiser, he asked his friends to stand by him. I can’t think of a better song that exemplifies the spirit of the amazing people who’ve stood by Joshua, Max, and their family for the past four months.

THANK YOU ALL for uniting to raise funds for Joshua’s medical treatment and give him a chance at life. It’s been wondrous to share this journey with each and every one of you.

You can continue to donate to Indies Unite for Joshua until May 30th, 11:59 PST.

Let’s blow the 10K goal and get as much as we can in these last 3 days!  

With respect and gratitude,

eden 

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What a Party it Was! #IndiesUnite4Joshua on @Spreecast

The party to celebrate the wonderful people who’ve been part of the Indies Unite for Joshua fundraiser happened last night, and it was a huge success.

Maxwell Cynn and I were joined by so many supportive friends, and the amazing Lorca Damon, who produced the show wrote about it on her blog. It’s a hilarious postso don’t miss it!

If you were unable to attend the party and want to see the fun, please check it out HERE.

Donations are being accepted for Indies Unite for Joshua until May 30th, and we are just $300 from our $10K goal.

Your continued help with spreading the word will get us there.

eden 

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Musical Mondays #IndiesUnite4Joshua ~ I Won’t Back Down

For all those working on Indies Unite for Joshua, this one’s for you, by Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers

10 days to go – don’t back down.

eden

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The Lowdown on #IndiesUnite4Joshua with 11 Days Left

 

The  goal is $10,000. We need $1346.

The fundraiser will END 11:59 PM PST – May 30th. That’s:

~ 1:59 AM CST – May 31st

~ 2:59 AM EST – May 31st

We’ve been going strong for almost 4 months.

Thousands have shared the campaign on all their social networks.

We’ve had people donate once, twice, multiple times—amounts ranging from $1 to $500.

This has all been to help Joshua Moore, the 21-year-old son of independent author, Maxwell Cynn. Joshua has leukemia and needs help to continue his treatments. By making a donation of ANY AMOUNT, you are:

~ changing Joshua’s life by giving him a fighting chance

~ helping a fellow author and human being

~ supporting a cause that has connected people from over the world

Max will appear on video tomorrow on IndieGoGo with his message to everyone who’s supported his son. I thought it timely to share Max’s original post which started the campaign. It reminds me of how far we’ve come.

My deepest respect and appreciation to all,

eden 

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Musical Mondays #IndiesUnite4Joshua ~ Life is a Highway

Life is a highway of twists and turns, forks in the road, and numerous paths, however the fundraiser for Indies Unite for Joshua has not veered off course since it began.

Along the way, I’ve met some of the kindest and most generous people, whom I’m proud to consider friends.

Here’s some of my favorite lyrics from this song, written by Canadian, Tom Cochrane.

” … There’s no load I can’t hold
Road so rough this I know
I’ll be there when the light comes in
Tell ‘em we’re survivors …” 

Please keep spreading the word of Indies Unite for Joshua. We are almost there — less than $1700 from our $10K goal! 

eden

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UPDATE to #IndiesUnite4Joshua ~ The Final Push to $10,000

To join our Worldwide Party on May 25th, scroll to the bottom of this post and RSVP. It’s going to be FUN!

Wow! It’s hard to believe we are coming around the bend of this race, and the finish line is almost in sight! As of this writing, Indies Unite for Joshua, the fundraiser to help author Max Cynn’s son who has leukemia is counting down the last 21 days of its campaign.

This fundraiser began Jan. 31st. It’s been a long haul. Many people have worked tirelessly to get us to this point.

To recap: The money will help pay for medical expenses for Joshua not covered by the family’s insurance. $10,000 won’t pay for it all, but it will help. The goal is aggressive but it’s achievable.

What’s going to get us there? PERSEVERANCE. Here is one of my favorite quotes on the subject:
“It’s not that I’m so smart, it’s just that I stay with problems longer.”

~ Albert Einstein

Many have said to me they wished they could do more. They felt tweeting about the fundraiser was not enough, or $10 was too little to give, or writing a blog post wasn’t helpful. My response has always been the same: “It ALL helps because it ALL ADDS UP.”

By continuing to spread the word on all your social networks, you will connect us to more people who can donate. By making a small donation of ANY AMOUNT, you will get us to our final goal.

Whatever you’ve been doing has gotten us this far, so I urge you to PLEASE KEEP DOING IT.

To keep the momentum going, here is what’s happening over the last three weeks for Indies Unite for Joshua.

(1) The VIDEO RALLY continues to the end. You’ve seen some wonderfully, talented people on IndieGoGo’s centre stage. If you missed any of them, you can find them in our Video Gallery or on our YouTube channel.

(2) We have three more terrific people on video over the next week. They are:

Rachel Thompson (May 11-13)

James (Jaime) Clark (May 14-16)

R.B. Wood (May 17-19)

(3) Maxwell Cynn will be front and centre on IndieGoGo MAY 20 – 30. You won’t want to miss Joshua’s dad or his inspiring message.

(4) Max will be blogging over the next few weeks with several guest spots. He will provide details on his blog and via Twitter.

(5) BadRedhead Media donated two social media packages that were snatched up early in the campaign. She has graciously donated ANOTHER PACKAGE. Grab it now! Details on IndieGoGo.

(6) Excellent perks STILL AVAILABLE for donations of $10 – $150. Please check out all the great books and services. Remember, each donation also receives an e-book from Maxwell Cynn. Details on IndieGoGo.

(7) Fabulous music for the next three Mondays to keep everyone upbeat and inspired. I’ll post all links to my Facebook page and Twitter. If you missed this past week’s choice by the Beatles, here’s “Come Together.”

Last, but certainly not least, we are HAVING A PARTY. And we damn well deserve one!

The always awesome Lorca Damon, who wrote about the fundraiser in GoodeReader is producing a SPREECAST for IndiesUnite4Joshua.

Come meet Max, Lorca, and me, and ALL the incredible people who’ve been part of Indies Unite for Joshua on Twitter and elsewhere.

Chat with us LIVE on SCREEN or via TEXT. Bring your favorite beverage, let your hair down, join us! It promises to be wonderful time!

IndiesUnite4Joshua Worldwide Party

Friday, May 25th, 9:00 PM EST

RSVP

**A webcam & FLASH are required to be on video**

Everyone is welcome. Save the date!

Many IndieGoGo campaigns go into their final weeks less than 50% funded, yet they end up MEETING AND SURPASSING their targets with mere hours left on the clock.

I have every confidence we will make our goal. Together, WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE in the life of Joshua.

I look forward to giving you all a HIGH FIVE on May 30th.

eden 

 

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Musical Mondays #IndiesUnite4Joshua ~ Come Together by The Beatles

I post music every Monday on my blog to fit a particular theme. As it’s the LAST month for Indies Unite for JoshuaMay is all about unity, strength in numbers, and inspiration.

I hope this music inspires you to join us, open your heart, and donate or share the campaign. With 24 days left, we are so close to the $10,000 goal.

We can do it. Just come together.

eden

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Indies Unite for Joshua presents a VIDEO SERIES

Starting today,  Indies Unite for Joshua has gone LIVE with SOUND and MOTION!

I’ve introduced a video series to infuse energy into the last half of this fundraiser and make our goal.

The campaign is to help author, Maxwell Cynn’s son, Joshua, who is battling leukemia. The goal is $10,000 by May 30th to reduce some of the medical costs not covered by insurance. We are just over $5600 and would really appreciate if you donate and/or spread the word.

Some amazing people have hopped on board to help with the video series. You’re going to see and hear familiar faces like never before!

Read about all the wonderful people who’ve donated books and other services to the fundraiser. Every donation gets a book from Max as thanks for helping his son, and there are amazing perks still available.

Please help a fellow author any way you can. Any amount can be donated, and it ALL HELPS. Donations can be made here via Paypal or credit card.

You can also watch all the videos on Youtube. A channel has been set up specifically for Indies Unite for Joshua - IndiesUnite4Joshua.

Thank you SO MUCH for your continued support,

eden

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Raising Funds and Raising Hope

Today, I write a personal post called Raising Funds and Raising Hope” on my author’s collective, Black Ink, White Paper.

eden

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Musical Mondays – Janis Ian (Part 2)

Welcome back to the second instalment with the incomparable Janis Ian. If you missed Part 1 which was posted last week, please read it here.

Janis’ humility is a quality I truly admire about her, especially given the incredible life she has led as a songwriter and musician who has performed all over the world from the time she was a teenager. She’s hung out in circles that included Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, and Joan Baez, just to name a few. She’s been nominated for numerous Grammys and won two of them, with her hits “Society’s Child” and “At Seventeen” inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. To say I’m in awe of her accomplishments would be an understatement.

That’s why it’s such an honor to have Janis’ support for Indies Unite for Joshua. She is donating three gift sets to include a combination of the following works.

Take a look at the wonderful variety of items for a donation of ONLY $50! I know Janis to be an incredibly gracious lady, and those who claim her prize will be extremely fortunate. Imagine having a legend like Janis Ian sending you a package in the mail!

For more details, click on each item:

Paperback copy of Society's Child—Janis' autobiography

A double CD set created to accompany Society's Child

Folk Is the New Black CD ~ Janis' latest studio CD

CD of Billie's Bones—featuring a duet with Dolly Parton

A book of poetry ~ Johnny Cash kept a copy of the original version in his home library!

A concert DVD at the Sheldon Concert Hall in St. Louis, one of the finest acoustic halls in the country.

Don’t forget to connect with Janis on her website for more of what she has to offer, including a concert tour in April. She is also recording the audio version of her autobiography Society’s Child, and continues the work for her charity, The Pearl Foundation.

You can also befriend Janis on Facebook and follow her on Twitter.

If you’d like to make a donation and claim Janis’ prize, please do it at Indies Unite for Joshua.

Finally, it wouldn’t be a true Musical Mondays post without some music, so here is Janis playing “At Seventeen” at a recent event. I absolutely love her words prior to the song—You will too.

On behalf of everyone who’s been supporting Indies Unite for Joshua, we can’t thank you enough, Janis, for your generous heart. 

eden

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“Cancer – My Story”

You can also hear me read this story on:

Episode #23 of The Word Count podcast. The theme for this podcast is “Beating the Odds.”

This is a special Word Count Podcast dedicated to Joshua Moore, son of friend and author Maxwell Cynn. Joshua is currently fighting leukemia, and the community of authors, filmmakers, and artists have rallied to raise at least $10,000 to help the family with medical expenses. Numerous people are on board helping with the fundraiser by donating their books, services, and time.
This podcast is an example of R.B. Wood’s generosity in using his excellent show to promote the cause.

Please donate what you can at IndieGoGo: Indies Unite for Joshuaand help us spread the word.

Sincerest thanks,
eden

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Mine is but one of millions of stories about cancer. It is neither more nor less significant than any other story from a survivor or someone who’s been touched by the disease. I don’t usually share it publicly for a few reasons. Firstly, the word “survivor” carries an undertone of achievement. Metaphorically, it’s as if surviving cancer elevates one to a different status as a human being. I’m not comfortable with that, but it’s clearly my issue. I don’t downplay cancer as a formidable opponent, however, it was never an option for me not to survive. Secondly, cancer does not define me even though it was a large part of my life. Lastly, I am now cancer free and have been for almost twelve years. It’s in the past—and as with most things of my past, I’ve made my peace with it and moved on.

I share my story on a personal basis with those who are going through cancer treatment, and I do it because survivors shared their stories with me when I needed it most. I felt empowered by people who had endured so much—multiple surgeries, chemotherapy, radiation, and countless other treatments and then went on to live their lives fearlessly. For this reason, for Joshua and his family, and in support of R.B. Wood’s special Word Count Podcast, here’s my story.

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The specialist ignored my request to do a core biopsy. Instead, he did a fine needle aspiration to test for malignancy of the lump I’d found on my breast. It was a test I knew carried a high percentage of inaccuracy. I’d done my homework before I went to see him.

“Look,” he said, annoyed with my questioning him. “I can tell you right now you don’t have cancer. You have no family history of it, you’re Asian, and you’re too young.” His voice was authoritative and dismissive, implying he was doing me a favor by even performing any test. It was obvious to me that I was nothing more to him than a body part to examine. After all, he was the specialist with letters behind his name, and I was just a scared woman who knew my body. Though I considered him a heartless bastard whose practice had long outlasted his compassion, I was relieved when my test results came back showing I didn’t have cancer.

When my lump continued to grow over the next few weeks, I returned to my general practitioner and asked for a referral to a different specialist. I wanted a second opinion.

I got a young female doctor this time. She confirmed that fine needle biopsies carried a high degree of error and recommended I have surgery to remove the lump. Given its aggressive growth, she didn’t want to waste time doing additional tests. I walked out of her office slightly nervous, but relieved that I’d made the decision to have surgery. The thought of a scar didn’t appeal to me, but hell, having a third boob wasn’t going to be any more attractive.

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On the day of my surgery, my best friend, Mae, drove me to the hospital early in the morning. Everything went off as scheduled, and after the anesthesia wore off, I was moved to a private waiting room where my girlfriend was waiting. We laughed and chatted about where to go for lunch. I was starving!

The nurse who had prepped me for surgery came in with the doctor carrying some pamphlets—post-surgical care instructions, I thought, but no … they contained information about breast cancer—which I had.

The only thing I remembered hearing was the word “cancer,” and then my girlfriend’s quick intake of breath before she started crying.

It was surreal as I watched the doctor mouthing words “Cancer … metastasis … more surgery … oncology …” and other medical terms I’d never heard of at the time.

Finally, at the end of it, the nurse handed me the pamphlets and asked if I had any questions. Sure I did, I had plenty. But my friend was sobbing, and I couldn’t think straight. The questions would have to wait.

Don’t ever underestimate a hungry woman who’s just been told she has cancer, or her best friend who’s quite reserved until she gets behind the wheel. That day, we hit a hundred in a sixty-kilometer zone, barreling down one of the city’s main arteries in search of comfort food.

“I dare a cop to stop me,” Mae yelled at the top of her lungs. “I’m going to tell him you’ve just been diagnosed with cancer, and I don’t give a shit what he says!”

“No kidding,” I said, “as if he can possibly make my day any worse. I’ve got cancer for fuck’s sake!”

“Yeah, but if I get a ticket, you’re paying for it!” she screamed.

We laughed until we cried.

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From the day I was misdiagnosed until the end of my treatments, there were countless decisions to make. I can only compare it to climbing an old tree with numerous branches. Reaching the top meant I could grab my health back, but there were limitless, different ways to get there. At times, I was paralyzed for fear of making the wrong decision. In the end, I did what was right for me based on all the options I was aware of. As an active participant in my well being—knowledge gave me power.

My mother always said I hated to lose—she was right. There was no way I was losing my life to cancer.

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Some final words for Joshua

You may feel the weight of cancer on your shoulders right now, but you have hundreds of thousands, if not millions in your corner to help lighten the load.

Keep fighting, young man. I know you can do it. 


Related post: Cancer ~Fuck. The Hell. Off

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Musical Mondays – Janis Ian (Part 1)

On the heels of this year’s Grammys, I am SO thrilled to be featuring the multiple Grammy award-winning singer, songwriter, and author Janis Ian in the first of two posts about her. I don’t gush about many people, but as an audiophile and lover of lyrics, I am an ABSOLUTE fan! Her hit song, “At Seventeen” defined my years as a teenager—awkward, lonely, and introspective.

I’ve had the pleasure of corresponding with Janis over the past couple of weeks. She has graciously agreed to support Indies Unite for Joshua, the IndieGoGo campaign for author Maxwell Cynn’s son who is fighting leukemia. Janis’ philanthropy is well documented with her charity, The Pearl Foundation, named after her incredible mother. Given her iconic status, it is an unbelievable honor to have Janis lend her name to our fundraiser. I’d like to give a huge shout-out to poet and editor, R. Jeffreys for making the introduction.

Released in 1975, “At Seventeen” is a bittersweet commentary on teenage angst. I still have the 45 and know the lyrics by heart because I played the record over and over and actually wrote down all the words.

“At Seventeen” was nominated for five Grammys—the most any female artist had ever been nominated for at the time. It won the 1976 Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, beating out Linda Ronstadt, Judy Collins, Olivia Newton-John and Helen Reddy. The song’s parent album, Between the Lines, also hit #1 and went platinum.

“At Seventeen” is a brilliantly composed song which is deeply personal, but the lyrics are as relevant today as they were when the song was first released. Have a listen …

Here is Janis performing “Society’s Child” when she was just sixteen years old on the Smothers Brothers Show.

“Society’s Child” rocked the nation at a time when the Supreme Court had yet to repeal the laws against interracial marriage, and when civil rights unrest was cresting. It was banned across the country by radio stations as “subversive”, a position that was later reversed when the brilliant composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein became Janis’ most vocal supporter. The song went to #1, and Janis was suddenly hanging out with Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin, appearing on television shows, and getting hate mail. (Portions excerpted from Janis Ian’s website)

Both “At Seventeen” and “Society’s Child” were inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2002.

Learn More About Janis Ian

I’ll return with Janis next Monday to list the items she is generously donating for Indies Unite for Joshua. In the meantime, go to her website and see all the wonderful work she has done and continues to do—including a tour starting in April, recording an audio version of her autobiography Society’s Child, and her work for The Pearl Foundation.

You can also find Janis on Facebook and follow her on Twitter.

Thank you Janis for your amazing kindness and lending your support for Indies Unite for Joshua.   

eden

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Indies Unite for Joshua

Find all participating authors & blogs for the IndieGoGo campaign “Indies Unite for Joshua” below this post.

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A short time ago, several authors and I read a post that affected us deeply. It was about fellow writer and friend, Maxwell Cynn, whose 21-old son Joshua was diagnosed with leukemia.

You can read more about it on Max’s heart-wrenching post.

In a little over a week, a group of authors and artists have banded together to help raise money for Joshua to allay the costs of his treatment. Our goal is to collect $10,000 over the next four months as part of “Indies Unite for Joshua.”

I’ve listed all the wonderful authors who are donating their e-books, print books, and guest spots on their blogs. Some have donated multiple or unlimited copies. There are more contributions on the IndieGoGo site. The response has been phenomenal.

My sincere thanks to everyone who has been so generous on such short notice. 

And because all great teams have mascots, this kick-ass baby embodies the spirit of Joshua and the people behind him.

On behalf of “Indies Unite for Joshua”, we’d like to say,

“You can beat this, Joshua, and we’re standing with you every step of the way. We also know you like Metallica.” ;)

Rock on young man,
eden
xox

We're all rooting for you!

Go to “Indies Unite for Joshua” and donate what you can.

Together, we can help Joshua, Max, and his family fight this horrible disease.

Use hashtag #IndiesUnite4Joshua in your tweets!

Please help us spread the word.

Participating authors & blogs

Author/Publisher E-Books (400 copies)
Dare Empire eMedia Productions Reader’s choice from entire catalogue: Genres include erotica and general fiction
Adventure, Humor, Historical
Andy Christofferson The Peace Corpse: Misadventures in Love and Africa
Tim Queeney George in London
Erotica, Romance
Indigo Skye Her Captive Muse OR Cherry Boy
Sessha Batto Reader’s choice
Josée Renard Reader’s choice
Lori Whitwam Make or Break
Cassandra Carr Talk To Me
Anya Winter The Master OR The Mask OR Hot Shots Vol. 2 Anthology
Casey Sheridan Number 69 OR Ruby Red Metallic
Savannah Chase Reader’s choice
Lucy Felthouse Reader’s choice
Lisa Fox The Secrets of Dreams
Adriana Kraft Reader’s choice
Ann Charles Nearly Departed in Deadwood OR Optical Delusions OR Dance of the Winnebagos
Amelia James Reader’s choice
Carrie Ann Ryan An Alpha’s Path OR A Taste for a Mate
Denise Alicea Consoling Angel
Trinity Blacio Reader’s choice from Running in Fear series
Jesse V. Coffey The Brothers Cameron: An Opportunity for Resentment
Tracy Sharp Dirty Business OR Finding Chloe OR Repo Chick Blues
J.L. Campbell Distraction
Kate Hofman Reader’s choice
Eden Baylee Fall into Winter
Fantasy
Annetta Ribken Athena’s Promise
R. B. Wood The Prodigal’s Foole
E.P. Marcellin Element Keepers
Lorna Suzuki Imago Chronicles Books 1 to 4
Dannie C. Hill Outer World Prairie
Flash fiction, Short stories
Annetta Ribken Not Nice and Other Understatements
J.W. Coffey Illusions & Reality
Horror
Rebecca Treadway Chilly Eye Callie
Lori Whitwam Monsters Unmasked
Alex Laybourne Highway to Hell
Robert Chazz Chute The Dangerous Kind
J.W. Coffey A Wager of Blood
Literary Fiction
L.M. Stull A Thirty Something Girl
Junying Kirk Trials of Life
Robert Pruneda Pursuit of a Dream
Stephen Faulds Landscape OR Ian’s Story
Memoirs, Non-fiction
Suzannah Burke Empty Chairs OR Faint Echoes of Laughter
Lorca Damon Autism by Hand
Mystery, Suspense, Thriller
Larry Enright Four Years from Home
J. Alexander Greenwood Pilate’s Key OR Pilate’s Cross OR Obsidian
Jason McInyre Bundled package of Shed AND Bled AND Walkout OR Bundled package of Nights Gone by and Black Light OR Thalo Blue OR On the Gathering Storm
Everett Powers The Mighty T OR Canals
Darcia Helle Reader’s choice
Jennifer Lane With Good Behaviour
Al Boudreau In Memory of Greed
John Betcher Reader’s choice
Steampunk
O.M. Grey Reader’s choice
Calista Taylor Viridis AND Devil on a Sparrow’s Wing
Young Adult
Patti Larsen The complete Hayle Coven series (four volumes) OR The entire series of The Hunted (four volumes)
Ann Mauren Bundled package of Mayne Attraction: In The Spotlight and Barefoot Heroine: A Mayne Attraction Short Story
David Roth The Adventures of the Magnificent Seven
Author Print Books (50 copies)
Erotica, Romance, Women’s fiction
Susan Blexrud Love Fang
Kate Austin Reader’s choice
Ann Charles Reader’s choice
Eden Baylee Fall into Winter
Fantasy
Annetta Ribken Athena’s Promise
R.B. Wood The Prodigal’s Foole
Dannie C. Hill Outer World Prairie
E.P. Marcellin Element Keepers
Flash fiction
Annetta Ribken Not Nice and Other Understatements
Humor
Robert Chazz Chute Self Help for Stoners
Memoirs, Non fiction
Lorca Damon Autism by Hand
Poetry Collection
Steven M. Grant Another Hotel Room (Special edition)
Wally Lane Mirror, Mirror… Reflections of a Man’s Life
Steampunk
O.M. Grey Reader’s choice
Suspense, Thriller, Apocalyptic anthology
Darcia Helle Into The Light OR Quiet Fury: An Anthology of Suspense
Amelia James End
John Betcher Reader’s choice
Young Adult
Gae Polisner The Pull of Gravity (hardcover)
Megan Bostic Never Eighteen
Patti Larsen Family Magic OR Run
Blog Guest Spots (50 spots)
Rachel in the OC Author interview
Wordwebbing Author interview
Junying Kirk Author interview
Shark Bait Writes Author interview
Alex Laybourne Author interview
Adriana Kraft Author interview
E.P. Marcellin Author interview
Embrace the Shadows Author interview
The Character Depot Author interview
All Kinds of Writing & Author’s Den Author interview posted on both sites
Steena Holmes Guest blogger
Cassandra Carr Guest blogger
Everett Powers Guest blogger
Black Ink, White Paper Guest blogger
Jello World Guest blogger
Lorca Damon Guest blogger
Lisa Fox Guest blogger OR author interview
New Book Blogger Book advertisement
Glynis Smy Book advertisement or author interview
The Pen and Muse Book advertisement or author interview
Chazz Writes Author profile AND promotion
Beth-Ann Mason Author profile AND promotion
Tri Destiny Publishing Author profile AND promotion

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