Giving Tuesday Special: Buy a Book, Give $1 to DC Central Kitchen!

Today is Giving Tuesday, a day dedicated to giving to your favorite nonprofit(s). I love this day, and love the focus on charity in a week otherwise dedicated to buying and spending.

In honor of Giving Tuesday, I’m running a special promotion: for every copy of any of my books sold today, December 3, I will donate $1 to DC Central Kitchen.

DCCK is a local community kitchen which trains jobless adults in food prep and service. They hire several of their volunteers for full-time work and train many more for careers in the food service industry. They also provide meals for homeless shelters, schools, and nonprofits. Learn more about DC Central Kitchen here.

I also have an extra special component: for every copy of Please Give purchased, I will donate $2 to DCCK!

Art by Doug Puller
Purchase Please Give on Amazon.

Please Give takes place at a fictional anti-hunger nonprofit in D.C. It follows Beth Harmon, a 28-year-old woman whose dreams of working for the greater good clash with both her hectic office environment and her own struggles with anxiety. It’s my first novel, and both a funny and sobering take on what it means to follow your passion into the workforce.

While Please Give has an extra match amount, all of my books — including Without Condition and Little Paranoias: Stories — are eligible for the match.

If you want to read any of my books — or even if you just want to pick up a copy for charity — now is a great chance to do so. This donation match is only good through December 3.

Purchase a book today and $1 — or more! — will go to DC Central Kitchen.

Thanks, and happy Giving Tuesday.

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