This week is a different kind of post. Because this week I’ve announced that I am to donate all the royalties from my book, The Boy Who Played Guitar, to the charity, Comic Relief.
Yup, between now and 29th April, 2013, every time my book – a contemporary fiction novel – is sold, the royalties will go to raise vital funds to help people across UK and Africa who live unimaginably tough lives.
You can buy my book two ways: in paperback and for Kindle. I’ve stuck the links below for you to follow. Ooo, and just to reassure, it’s a great read – 5 star rated on Amazon. Quick synopsis: Tired teacher starts a choir to help troubled students get their grades, but things don’t quite work out the way he planned. It’s funny & sad all at the same time.
Once the royalties are gathered, as well as writing (hopefully a huge) cheque for Comic Relief, I’ll report back to you on the blog about how it’s all gone.
In the meantime, if you can tell as many people as you can about it, if they could buy the book, too, it means we’re generating more funds, helping more people out of poverty. Spread the word!
I’m calling it ‘Read & Raise’ and in advance, a MASSIVE than you for reading and raising with me to make people’s lives better.
Have a cracking week.
Getting The Boy Who Played Guitar:
For Kindle UK click here
For Kindle USA click here
For paperback UK click here
For paperback USA click here
The Boy Who Played Guitar is also avaialble via Amazon Europe. All royalties to Comic Relief.
Want to know more about Comic Relief? Click here
Red Nose Day does something funny for money this year on Friday 16th March on BBC TV from 7p.m