laylah: an illustration from  Through the Looking Glass: a black kitten pawing at a ball of yarn. (Default)
Just a few hours left for bidding on the Hurricane Sandy charity auctions! Mine currently stands at $100 -- if we can hit $150 in these last few hours I will up the story minimum to 7,500 words. (...Stretch goal: If we could get to $200, I'd up it to 10,000.)
laylah: a person wearing high boots and a sleeveless shirt lounging with a book open in hir lap (storyteller)
I'm participating in a charity auction for original short stories to benefit charities doing recovery work for Hurricane Sandy. My auction listing is here; rules for the auctions are here. Please come bid! A good cause and a chance to get original fiction tailored to your specifications -- it's a winning combination!

There are a bunch of other folks participating, too; you can check the auction listing label to see who else is around and what they're offering.

If you got here from the auction page, hi! You can leave comments on this post with any questions you have for me, and I'll get back to you as quickly as possible. You don't need a Dreamwidth account to comment. Thanks for stopping by!
laylah: an illustration from  Through the Looking Glass: a black kitten pawing at a ball of yarn. (Default)
So I found out this morning that Piper Vaughn and MJ O'Shea were hosting an original-fiction auction for Red Cross donations in Sandy's wake (the planning and setup post is here). I've volunteered to join the crew of authors who are participating -- I'm going to be offering 5k+ of either m/m or f/f speculative fiction, tailored to the winner's specifications.

I'll let you know when the auction posts go live!
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