Update on Donation Campaign for Disabled Veterans

Alright, the final tally is in, and I just submitted a donation of $820 to the Disabled American Veterans organization through my employer, who will process the donation and MATCH IT! The final event in the campaign, a cocktail party/charity event last weekend, raised $300 alone. Many, many thanks for those that attended and supported the cause…and for the numerous bottles of wine, which completely derailed my plans to commence a pre-holiday health cleanse. Oh well, there is cause to celebrate.

Overall, the campaign has directed nearly $1700 to the DAV! Congratulations, and thank you on behalf of our nation’s growing number of disabled veterans. Your readership support and generosity inspired me to continue the campaign throughout all of November, catching a tail wind at the end of the month, when both of my books received a considerable boost from the “powers that be” at Amazon. This made a considerable difference on the overall amount.

Well, I need to get back to work on Book 2 in the Black Flagged series. I reached 10,000 words this morning, but still don’t have a formal plot to follow. It’s all in my head, and it needs to be organized immediately. Here’s what I have so far.

I need to transfer the ideas on this (it’s not blurry on purpose…my Blackberry sucks)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To THIS! I’m almost ready to do it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Filed under Black Flagged, Donation Campaign, starting a story, story structure, The Jakarta Pandemic, Veterans

2 responses to “Update on Donation Campaign for Disabled Veterans

  1. That’s a great Christmas gift for DAV. Thanks for doing that.

    Now get to writing–I want something to read! 🙂

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