Share To Care


Share To Care

One of my eBook programmes is having a Share To Care campaign where simply sharing the message via Facebook &/or Twitter will garner books for the underprivileged.

One of my earliest memories is of reading Little House In the Big Woods by Laura Ingalls Wilder by myself. I couldn’t have been more than 6 or 7. It also happens to be one of my more precious memories because reading is one of the things I shared with my Mom who passed in 2009. I thank her every day for my love the written word.

As you can probably tell I love books and now that I’ve got an eReader I can take even more of them absolutely everywhere with me so I’m never without something to do while waiting in line.

I want to share my love of books with as many children as possible which is why I’m sending this out; when they reach 1000 shares between Facebook and Twitter they’ll give new books to FirstBook.org for 100 needy children. I wonder what would happen if they received even more than that?

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About tj6james6

I write fanfiction for Southern Vampire Mysteries and True Blood. I pre-read/edit/beta others stories and I am attempting to get myself out of a rut and back into life rather than sitting here contemplating a blank page.

Posted on July 28, 2015, in books and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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