Saturday, October 16, 2010

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I happened upon a tweet from teamsheltie talking about a Halloween Charity Book Auction that the For What It's Worth blog is hosting.

This is a really great thing, where the money raised goes to Doctors Without Borders or The Fisher House Foundation. Since I'm in Sweden, I don't know anything about The Fisher House Foundation, but I give monthly to Doctors Without Borders, and admire their work so much.

Throughout the rest of October there will be a new auction every three days, featuring signed books from different authors. The first one has already ended, but the Meg Cabot auction ends today, so make sure you bid on that soon if you're interested.

So why am I mentioning this, you ask? :-) Well, because one of the authors who've donated books to the auction is Richelle Mead. Her books will be auctioned off between October 29th and 31st. She is actually the author that closes the entire auction series. And she will be signing ALL of her Vampire Academy books for the person who wins the auction, including Last Sacrifice!

Click here to see a list of all the auctions.

If you want to read all the details about how the bidding works, you can visit the current auction.
All the auctions are INTERNATIONAL. :D

2 kommentarer:

Zeinab said...

Tänker du delta? :)

Marie said...

Jag tänkte nog försöka det, men jag har ju ingen aning om hur högt buden kommer att gå. Jag har tänkt jättelänge att jag vill beställa signerade böcker, men frakten blir ganska dyr till Sverige.

Hej, förresten! Kul att se dig igen! Det var ett tag sedan. :D

(For those of you who don't understand Swedish, Zeinab asked me if I was planning on participating in the auction, and I said that it depends on how high the bidding goes. :-) I've been wanting to buy signed copies for a long time, but the shipping costs are kind of high, so I have to plan it more carefully and decide which books to buy, because I can't buy one here and one there. So this auction can be a good alternative. But of course the most important part is that the money goes to charity!!)

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