>Monica’s Books Up For Auction

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On Tuesday, March 8th one of romance’s most avid supporters found her happy life violently destroyed. Fatin, the owner of RR@H Novel Thoughts and Book Talk review blog lost her husband in a senseless act of violence. She was left with four daughters to raise by herself.
The romance community is known for it’s generosity and solidarity for its members, and support for Fatin in the face of this tragedy is no exception. A terrific event called Operation Auction is up and running for the next few days on eBay with terrific items to bid on from lots of terrific authors and others. There will be three different postings of items. So what you see in the store now will be added to over the next two days. They’re rotating open/close dates to more easily manage the auction.
My items haven’t been listed yet, but I’ve offered up two collections for folks to bid on.
First Item – One Winner
A signed copy of Assassin’s Honor, Assassin’s Heart, Kismet and Pleasure Me (US only)

Second Item – One Winner
A copy of Assassin’s Honor, Assassin’s Heart, Kismet and Pleasure Me (International) – This set of books will only be signed if the winner is a US resident.

There are a lot more listings, so come check out the offerings and bid on an item to help one of our own.
Cruise the offerings here — Operation Auction Store

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About Monica Burns

A bestselling author of erotic romance, Monica Burns penned her first short romance story at the age of nine when she selected the pseudonym she uses today. From the days when she hid her stories from her sisters to her first completed full-length manuscript, she always believed in her dream despite rejections and setbacks. A workaholic wife and mother, Monica believes it’s possible for the good guy to win if they work hard enough.

5 thoughts on “>Monica’s Books Up For Auction

  1. >As Fatin is a dear friend of mine and my daughter we have been bidding.Thanks for sharing this with your readers.What a senseless act of violence.
    tarenn98

  2. >I heard about this last month. It's so sad.

    I've been bidding on some things over the past couple of days.

  3. >It's very cool that the community is doing this for Fatin and her daughters. I've already bid on some items today and will be bidding on more items as they become available. Thanks so much!