Anyway, I think supporting this cause makes a lot of sense, and I've already received a few donations. To encourage even more donations, I've decided to assemble a care package that I will raffle off to one person who donates $20 or more to my Movember efforts.
Click here to donate to my Movember efforts now.
The care package currently consists of:
- Signed copy of my most recent limited edition chapbook ESCAPE. There were only 101 copies made, and they're nearly sold out. In fact, I expect them to be completely sold out before the month is over.
- Signed copy of my first limited edition chapbook ENTER in a special edition. When I made the first set of ENTER chapbooks, which sold out almost immediately, the printer printed up 8 extra copies. So the care package will include one of these ultra rare debut chapbooks.
- Signed copy of the 2012 Writer's Market Deluxe Edition. This book includes everything you love about Writer's Market the book with a one-year subscription to WritersMarket.com the website.
- Signed copy of the 2012 Poet's Market. The best Poet's Market yet, filled with hundreds of publishing opportunities for poets, but also a wealth of information on the craft and business of poetry.
Click here to donate to my Movember efforts now and be entered into the raffle for winning this great care package.
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Plus, check out previous Not Bob posts:
- My Movember 2011 (Updated each day with a new pic of stache progress).
- My New Weekend Routine.
- Time to ESCAPE with Poetry. (Less than 10 copies left as of today.)
I've lost two family members to this horrible cancer, the most recent in February 2011. A brother-in-law, and my dear father-in-law. I'm glad you're doing something for this cause. I worry about my husband, since it apparently according to doctors can run in the family, and his risk is higher now. I'll definitely donate, and thank you again for championing this cause.
Thank you for sharing, K.B. My ex-father-in-law was diagnosed and treated for this cancer. Luckily, I think they have it under control at the moment, but it's a threat and it's real--and us guys are not good about getting checked up (and I admit this is something even I need to improve upon).
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