#KidLitPhil Auction item 19 from Donna Earnhardt

KidLit for the Philippines is an online talent auction to benefit Mercy Corps and UNICEF relief efforts for Typhoon Haiyan (aka Yolanda). Agents, editors, authors, and illustrators have donated various services and items to be auctioned off to the highest bidder, with donations being made directly to Mercy Corps and UNICEF.

Auction #19: Critique + book

Description: 1. I will give a detailed critique of a picture book, up to 1200 words OR a general critique of a chapter book (up to 6,000 words), with emphasis on character development and plotting.
2. In addition to the original critique, I will include a follow-up critique (general) of the original story if the writer wants me to give more input after revisions. *
3. Also, I will mail a copy of Being Frank for the winner to keep, gift or donate to their choice of school, library or other organization.
* Second critique must be used within 6 months of the first critique.

Estimated Value: $100

Minimum Bid: 25

Auction Ends: 12/5/2013 at 10:00 PM EST

Bio: When Donna isn't homeschooling or battling the laundry, she's writing children's stories, poetry, songs, and mysteries. You might find her fishing the Pee Dee River, hiking in the mountains with her family, or visiting her hometown of Cordova, NC. She lives in Concord, NC, and Being Frank is her first picture book.

Donor Donna Earnhardt’s website: http://wordwranglernc.wordpress.com

Auction Instructions:
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* Highest bid before the end of the auction wins.
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* Winning bidder must donate the winning bid amount to a designated charity organization and provide a copy of the receipt within three days of notification.
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