Today’s the Day!

It’s the last day to reach out to the victims of Superstorm Sandy by bidding on a 50-page critique of your novel! You have until midnight tonight EST (Friday, Nov 16) to bid the amount you will donate to Samaritan’s Purse relief efforts for Write Now Relief by one of the eleven authors listed below – you pick the author that suits you best! The highest bidder at midnight tonight will send their bid amount to Samaritan’s Purse.

Here is all you have to do. 1. Just head to the blog of the author you’d like to have critique your 50 pages. 2. Find their Write Now Relief blog post and place your bid in the comments section of that post. 3. Monitor it closely today so that you can re-bid! Check back on this Facebook page for updates on all the bids. 4. If you are the high bidder for the author you’ve chosen, make your donation and email a copy of your receipt to the author with your 50 pages. It’s that easy.

If you are the winner, the author you choose will read your fifty pages with an eye to giving you insights and feedback on all aspects of your story excerpt, including plot, character, story arc, mechanics, pacing, and reader appeal.

What is Samaritan’s Purse? Samaritan’s Purse is a nondenominational evangelical Christian organization providing spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world. Since 1970, Samaritan’s Purse has helped meet needs of people who are victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine with the purpose of sharing God’s love through His Son, Jesus Christ.

Here is a video from Samaritans Purse on their efforts to help Sandy’s victims.

How do I donate to Samaritans Purse? You can head to the Samaritan’s Purse webpage on Hurricane Sandy and click on the GIVE link imbedded on the page. Whether you are the highest bidder or not, do consider donating to this effort.


Susan Meissner Women’s fiction, historical, contemporary

Ginny Yttrup  Women’s Fiction, Contemporary

Hannah Alexander  Contemporary romantic suspense, Christian romance, both contemporary and historical

Rachel Hauck  All genres

Jill Williamson  Middle grade, and YA or adult for spec fiction (fantasy, science fiction, etc.

Gayle Roper  Romantic suspense, suspense, mystery and romance. Hosted by Nancy Mehl

Miralee Ferrell  Historical romance, women’s contemporary fiction, romantic suspense

Donita K. Paul  YA, Fantasy, romance

Ruth Axtell  Historical Romance

Kathy Fuller  Amish, contemporary, historical, screenplays

Missy Tippens  Contemporary category romance, anyone targeting Love Inspired.


Author: Susan

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