Help author Lilo Abernathy donate royalties to The International Wolf Center!

Help Me Donate My Royalties To The International Wolf Center!

 
Dear Readers,
My release date and the release parties for The Light Who Binds (Book Two) will be announced very soon!

But I have more BIG NEWS! I've decided that during the weekend of my release, I'll donate 100% of my royalties for The Light Who Shines (Book One) to the International Wolf Center. 
Hopefully with the hype of my release, I'll get a good number of sales. But I could use your help in three easy, free, and fun ways: 

 
The first way is to consider leaving a review ofThe Light Who Shines on Amazon here if you haven't done so already. The more reviews a book has, the more people trust it's a good book, and the more likely people will buy it. Sure, I love those big long thorough reviews. But that isn't necessary.  Even a short one line review helps because so many people just look at the actual count of reviews and star rating. I consider this to be like polishing my shoes to prepare for the big day.

The second way is to attend one of my online release parties for The Light Who Binds. When the day comes, the more fun we have and the more noise we make, the more likely The Light Who Shines will sell as well. I know you can't commit to that until you see the party schedule, so just stay tuned! But consider signing up herefor my Release News to make sure you don't miss the announcement. The parties will all be online and will be across a number of different social media. You're welcome to join even if you haven't read The Light Who Shines yet.

The third way is to simply like and share this post! 

This donation is in honor of all my readers who have told me how much they love Varg the wolf in the story. You can find more information on the International Wolf Center in the links below.

Thank you!

Lilo

THE INTERNATIONAL WOLF CENTER 
The International Wolf Center is one of the world’s leading organizations dedicated to educating people about wolves. The organization is committed to advancing the survival of wolf populations by teaching about wolves, their relationship to wild lands, and the human role in their future.

Founded in 1985 by a group of biologists led by world-renowned wolf biologist Dr. L. David Mech, the Center opened in June 1993.
http://www.wolf.org

It is rated four out of four stars on the Charity Navigator.
http://www.charitynavigator.org/index.cfm?bay=search.summary&orgid=9226#.VW-pXc9Viko