I feel I owe you at least 40 dollars total for this book and Someone Comes to Town.
I am happy to donate directly via the donation link and/or do the buy for an institution method. I can do partial donation and buy for a book for an institution or all of one or the other, I just don’t know which would be best.
Please let me know what is the best way to take care of this. Whatever you think is best is what I will do.
There is no way for me to thank you enough or express how much I love and admire your writing.
Blake, that’s incredibly generous of you! I’d love it if you’d do a little of both!
I’m with Blake. I’ve downloaded a couple of your books and enjoyed them. So, I’ll happily pay for an institutional copy – how do I go about it?
Keep writing both the books and the blog, I get a lot out of both
How to start? I felt like I was a kid again, reading one of the Galaxy Readers by flashlight when I should have been sleeping. I would love to get 2 copies to donate to my local library. Please let me know how to make this happen in a way that will benefit you the most.
That is so kind of you Rick! If your library’s interested in them, the best thing is just ordering a couple copies through Lulu!
Hi Cory, I’ve just PayPalled some $ into your account by way of thanks for your work – I hope that helps to cover some toddler-related expenses! I’d have donated some institutional copies, but it seemed a bit complicated in Lulu to make one transaction for multiple items with different sending addresses, none of which were my own… it seems e-commerce isn’t quite that flexible (yet). Anyway, thanks heaps! K
Thank you, ken! I’m sorry about the Lulu troubles; I’ll pass them on to Lulu.
I will happily pay when I can figure out how to get the book to work on mt nook.
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