Tuesday, March 29, 2011

John Denver: Sunshine on My Shoulder & Write Hope is auctioning my book!

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My grandchildren will stand on a chair and sing this song. They don't always get the words right, but they are always adorable.

My book, The Treasures of Carmelidrium, is  up for bid today at Write Hope. So if you've been on the fence, please head over to Write Hope and bid. It's for the relief effort in Japan. Bidding will stay open for 72 hours and starts a 3PM EDT time.Click on the Write Hope button at the top right.

Have a great day everyone.


Joanne said...

Don't you love it when children sing the words that sound just right to them? Definitely adorable ...

Best wishes with the auction today, it's a great way to reach out to Japan.

N. R. Williams said...

Thank you Joanne.

Not So Simply Single said...

John Denver was one of my first loves when I was in elementary school. I used to play the guitar and learned so many of his songs.

Good luck with the book auction!


N. R. Williams said...

Thank you, Not So. I live in Denver, Colorado and John is practically a folk hero here.

Not So Simply Single said...

Thank you for your comments on my blog Nancy. I will keep your email handy when I finish my book. (I have it on my blog now, by the way. Romance novel, not yet completed.)

Take care... Lisa

Holly Ruggiero said...

That's a great idea for an auction. I hope it makes a lot.

Misha said...

Oooh I hope it does well!


N. R. Williams said...

You're welcome, Not So.

Thank you Holly and Misha. I'll have to pop over and see if there's any activity.

M Pax said...

Cool! I just put you on my wishlist, so I remember to pick your book up.

Bet your grandkids are cute as heck singing that song.

Was wondering how you're finding the ebook experience. Something I'm starting to seriously think about.

N. R. Williams said...

Hi M. Pax...I will share periodically about the e-book publishing as I learn something. I do have some post already. Thanks for the thoughts. Why not go to Write Hope and bid on my book?
N. R. Williams, The Treasures of Carmelidrium.