These authors are donating profits in some way or another to the Oklahoma disaster, lets give them a hand!
Author Casey Quinn
A special signed edition kindle edition of Girl With Guitar until May 29 and all the
money she makes from sales will go to the Red Cross for Oklahoma tornado
Author Sarah Dosher:
Sarah Dosher is donating all (100%) proceeds from Haven from the Storm for the month of May.
“I’ve been sitting here all evening watching the coverage of the devastating tornado in my home state of Oklahoma. We have been hit hard. If you’ve read Haven from the Storm you know it is based around the devastating aftermath of a tornado and how it affects each character in the novel. As a business owner and a fireman, my husband, has volunteered his work machinery to help clear debris and search for victims, he is currently awaiting a phone call to head that way and assist. I want so badly to help in anyway that I possibly can. I don’t have any special skills, the only thing I have is YOU and my writing. So I will be donating 100% of the profits from Haven from the Storm for the entire month of May.”
I will split the donation equally between The American Red Cross, The Salvation Army, and The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma. I will make this donation on June 1st.
Please help me spread the word.
If you would like to donate yourself here is the info.
Text: STORM to 80888 for The Salvation Army USA.
REDCROSS to 90999 for Redcross.
FOOD to 32333 for Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.
Each text is for $10 charged to your phone bill.
And as always PRAYERS are equally as important!
Author Amy Cox:
Author Anna Cruise:
“With the tragedy in Oklahoma, I think so many of us are looking for ways to help. I know I am. I don’t have a ton of money to give but I DO have books. A new book, to be exact.
What I would like to do is this: I’d like to ask *you* to help the victims in Oklahoma. Donate through the Red Cross, donate through the Salvation Army, donate whatever way you can. Donate how ever much you can.
Email me your donation confirmation (firstname.lastname@example.org). And I’ll send you a copy of MAVERICK.* For free.
Please feel free to share this status with other book lovers out there. Let’s do what we can — however small — to help. It makes a difference.
*e-book will be emailed within 2-5 days (I’m traveling and my flights are being canceled left and right because of the weather)”
Anna’s books include:
Author Kristie Cook:
“My dad, stepmom, stepsister and her family live in the Oklahoma City area so you can imagine the terror I felt yesterday when the news started coming in, especially since I couldn’t get a phone call through. Fortunately, they are all okay. Sadly, there are a lot of people hurting today and they will be for some time – some parents and loved ones will never fully recover.
When I was a newspaper editor and reporter in Kansas, I had to cover tornado damage. My heart broke every single time, although there’d been no human deaths in the ones I covered. The devastation is like nothing you can imagine unless you’ve seen it for yourself. The loss of animal life is gut-wrenching. I remember a young girl having to watch the sheriff put her horse down because it had landed in a ditch thousands of feet away from its barn, its back broken.
My husband’s aunt lost her home and their belongings in a tornado in 2008.
Yes, this hits very close to home. No, I can’t not do something for the people of Moore, OK.
So I will be donating to the Red Cross $1 for every book I sell from now through May 31, 2013.
I hope you will join me. Like last year’s drive for The Domestic Violence Hotline, I have something for everyone who buys my books during this time or donates to the Red Cross:
•Email me** your receipt(s) for any of my books with the purchase date between today and May 31, 2013, and you’ll be entered to win a giveaway of all of my signed books plus swag. Gift receipts count!
•For everyone who makes a donation to the Red Cross for $10 or more and emails me** a receipt (dated 5/20/13-5/31/13) and their shipping address, I’ll send you a pack of fancy bookmarks and a Kristie Cook can-coozie.
Remember – if you’ve already bought all my books, you can gift them! All ebook retailers allow gifting. Links for each book are below. And to make it even better – The Space Between is on an ENT special so it’s only 99c for Kindle. But hurry! That deal won’t last.
You can easily donate $10 to the Red Cross by texting Red Cross to 90999. Your donation will be added to your cell phone bill. Otherwise, you can donate here: (see link below)
If you can’t afford to buy/gift books or make a donation, I hope you will at least forward this to everyone you know, share it on social media and otherwise help me spread the word. My readers are AMAZING and I can’t wait to see what you can do for this great cause!
**Send your receipts and contact info to email@example.com. If you donate via phone text, take a screen shot of the confirmation and email it to me. (Free downloads of Promise are not included in this event.)”
A note from author Jamie Mcguire:
“For anyone outside of OKLAHOMA wishing to donate to victims of the tornados, KFOR news station is accepting plastic tubs w lids, baby necessities, trash bags, work gloves, shovels, dog/cat food, individually wrapped snacks, Gatorade, and sunscreen.
Their mailing address is:
444 East Britton rd
Oklahoma City, OK
♥ thanks to everyone who’s asked. It’s overwhelming to hear how many wish to help Oklahomans.”
You can help too! I did. Just click the link below.
I will be matching the sales I see through these links to the Red Cross as well, up to $50.
If you know of any other authors donating, let me know, I will update this list.