WINTER ANIMALS: Stories to Benefit Protect is out!

By now you’ve hopefully read the WINTER ANIMALS stories and enjoyed them. We certainly enjoyed the process of writing and releasing them. But this is the part where you get to vote with your wallet, as they say. The book is short and we released the pieces on our blogs for free, but if you liked the work and agree with the mission of our selected charity, PROTECT.ORG, the Boston Mad Dogs ask that you head on over to Amazon and buy a copy for your e-reader (if you don’t have a Kindle, you can download the Kindle app for any other electronic device you own, including your iPad right here).

The chapbook price ($3.99) averages out to a buck a story.  That’s a cup of specialty coffee. It’s less than a beer out at a bar. For Protect it’s a drop in the bucket. That doesn’t sound like much, but it matters. Every drop helps fill the bucket. Enough drops, and there’s enough to fill the well. Fill the well and we all drink. So, if you think you can skip a single latte or a brew, you can help an organization work to rescue kids from the worst that the world offers them and hold accountable the people who abuse children for pleasure and profit. You can be a protector AND you get something for your trouble.

I won’t preach any more. If you’ve read this far in the post, my guess is that you’re in the choir and you’ve heard it before. However you choose to play it, we want to thank you for sticking with us this far and for reading. Happy New Year from the Mad Dogs.

Cheers,

Bracken MacLeod

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~ by poǝןɔɐɯ uǝʞɔɐɹq on 30/12/2013.

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