We’re all aware of the devastation in Ukraine, and many people want to do something to help. If that’s you, and you’re a book lover, you’re in luck. A lot of charitable groups and others have started to raise support for Ukraine and do what they can to help. Here are two options for you:
Kensington Books is hosting a terrific book-related auction in support of Ukraine. All sorts of excellent books are up for auction (including a signed copy of my own A Matter of Motive). There are also chats with authors, manuscript critiques, swag, and much, much more. I am very proud and excited to be a part of the auction.
Want to be a part of it, too? Visit the auction website, scroll through the available items, and choose the one(s) you would like. Then offer a bid and join the fun! You’ll be making a big difference. G’head, check it out!
The other option is a competition I’ve put together right here at my website. I’ll be giving away signed copies of one of my books to three lucky winners. All you have to do to get your name in the hat is to select a charity that’s helping in Ukraine, make a donation and send me your receipt. That’s it! You’re in the running for a signed book! Full details are available right here, so please check it out!
Both options are open through Thursday, 24 March, so there’s still time for you to take part!
*NOTE: The title of this post is a line from Yusuf/Cat Stevens’ Peace Train.