Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Day 6 Item #5: YA bundle from Authors Sharon Sant, Jack Croxall, Jaimie Admans, Dan Thompson and Lindsay Leggett

The Write Stuff for Boston Auction Day 6
Item #5: Various YA novels from Authors Sharon Sant, Jack Croxall, Jaimie Admans, Dan Thompson and Lindsay Leggett

You are bidding on:
·         E-Book Trilogy THE SKY SONG—3 books (Sharon)
·         E-Book TETHERS (Jack)
·         E-Book AFTERLIFE ACADEMY (Jaimie)
·         Paperback copy of CASEWORKER’S MEMOIRS (Dan)
·         Signed paperback copy of FLIGHT (Lindsay)
Opening Bid: $35
Auction Begins: Tuesday 4/30 @ 10:00AM EDT
Auction Ends: Saturday 5/4 @ 10:00PM EDT

About SKYSONG TRILOGY: http://sharonsant.com/the-sky-song-trilogy/
Sharon Sant’s BIO: Sharon Sant was born in Dorset but now lives in Stoke-on-Trent, England. She graduated from Staffordshire University in 2009 with a degree in English and creative writing. She currently works part time as a freelance editor and continues to write her own stories. An avid reader with eclectic tastes across many genres, when not busy trying in vain to be a domestic goddess, she can often be found lurking in local coffee shops with her head in a book. Sometimes she pretends to be clever but really loves nothing more than watching geeky TV and eating Pringles. Sky Song and The Young Moon are the first two books of the Sky Song trilogy. The final book, Not of Our Sky, is due for release early May 2013.
Sharon Sant’s website: http://sharonsant.com/
About TETHERS: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Tethers-ebook/dp/B00BBS39L2/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1360153735&sr=8-1
Jack Croxall’s BIO: Born in High Wycombe, Jack Croxall now lives in rural Nottinghamshire with his chocolate Labrador, Archie. He has a degree in Environmental Science from the University of Nottingham and currently toils away as a science writer in between working on his books. He tweets via @JackCroxall and blogs at www.jackcroxall.co.uk.
Jack Croxall’s website: www.jackcroxall.co.uk
About AFTERLIFE ACADEMY: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00BLUJMIY
Jaimie Adman’s BIO: Jaimie is a 28-year-old English-sounding Welsh girl with an awkward-to-spell name. She lives in South Wales and enjoys writing, gardening, drinking tea and watching horror movies. She hates spiders and cheese & onion crisps. She has been writing for years but has never before plucked up the courage to tell people. Afterlife Academy is her third novel and she hopes you enjoy it. There are plenty more on the way!
Jaimie Adman’s website: http://www.jaimieadmans.com
About CASEWORKER’S MEMOIRS: http://danpentagram.wordpress.com/writing/the-caseworkers-memoirs/
Dan Thompson’s BIO: Dan is the Author of the charity poetry book Life is all but a vast array of Colours and phobia Novella The Caseworker's Memoirs. His first full length novel, A YA Fantasy entitled The Black Petal, is currently in the hands of his Editor and will be available soon. A lover of YA and fantasy fiction, you can often find him writing on his blog, writing book reviews and connecting online with other writer-type people. Dan grew up reading Enid Blyton's The Famous Five series, secretly coming up with his own inventive adventures, and R.L Stine's The Goosebump series, before turning to the works of Philip Pullman, Eoin Colfer and Marcus Sedgwick and slipping away into alternate realities. He also loves a good Historical Thriller too. You can keep up to date on his website danpentagram.wordpress.com and he tweets on twitter under @dan_pentagram - you can also follow him on his Author Facebook page facebook.com/theblackpetal
Dan Thompson’s website: danpentagram.wordpress.com

Lindsay Leggett's BIO: Nearly every writer struggles to put together information about themselves, perhaps because we’re so used to detailing the lives and ways of others. For the most part I am a writer, editor, photographer, and all-around artist living in the wilds north of Toronto, Ontario. I thrive on the juxtaposition of beauty and grit, enjoy urban crawls, indie everything, and time well-spent in the woods.

Lindsay Leggett's website: http://www.burningtree.ca

Auction Terms:
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    • Do not bid unless you intend to pay that amount to the designated charity organization(s).
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    • Bids under $50 must be at least $1 more than the previous bid; bids from $50 to under $100 must be at least $2 more than the previous bid; bids of $100 or more must be at least $5 more than the previous bid. Overbids are encouraged.
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1 comment:

  1. This auction is now closed. If you were interested in this item and missed out, stay tuned, as this could appear on our Race to Donate final auction block.