Sunday, April 25, 2010

Have a Heart: THE SEXORCIST

We interrupt the blog party for a little PSA from your hostess:

I like stories with layers. The Sexorcist is about tattoos and sex appeal, demons and mischief, friendship and life's little adventures (like falling in love), but beneath it all, it's a story about heart. One person's heart specifically. Brittany's.

I really enjoyed writing this heroine. She's so unremittingly joyful. Faced with lifelong health struggles, she's been through a lot and came out the other side smiling. So for the release of The Sexorcist, in honor of real-life heroines like Brittany, I'm doing something a little different.

From release day (this Tuesday!) until July 31st, 2010, if you purchase an ebook of The Sexorcist and want to help me give back, just email a copy of your receipt to heart@viviandrews.com and I'll donate 10% of my royalties for that sale to the Children's Heart Foundation, an organization funding research for the treatment of congenital heart defects. If you'd like to know more about this organization or prefer to donate directly, you can visit their website: http://www.childrensheartfoundation.org/. For more details regarding the Have a Heart promotion, please visit: www.viviandrews.com/heart.html.

(And for more opportunities to mix reading and good causes, don't miss the Brenda Novak Auction for Diabetes Research in May where you can check out my Alaska Gift Bag!)
That is all. Now returning to the Fiesta Most Awesome! Five more fabulous guests this week!

4 comments:

Cathy M said...

What a fabulous idea, Vivi, thanks for the heads up.

desi said...

I want to read this book so bad.

Vivant said...

What a great idea, Vivi! I can't wait to meet Brittany and her joyful heart. Thanks for helping turn one of my greatest pleasures - a wonderful romance - into something that also helps a worthy cause.

Vivi Andrews said...

Thanks, you guys! I'm bouncing in my chair waiting for release day to finally get here.

And CHF is a fabulous organization. I'll be blogging tomorrow at the Ruby site about how I learned about them.