Spurred by the creative efforts of blogger Jennifer Hubbard, a bunch of book-bloggers are getting together to help support libraries and other literacy charities!
I will be donating a dollar for every comment on my posts from March 23 to April 1st (when I'll be taking a short break for Easter). I'll be donating to The Biblioteca Project, to my local Arlington County Library, and to the Theological Library at my office, The Dominican House of Studies. The original challenge only counts one comment per person, but I'd like to hear from you guys, so if you can comment every day, and I'll still count it (but just one comment per person per day). I will have to cap my donation at $300.
These next few days I'll be posting about Easter books, specifically religious ones, so I really hope you all comment! And you can do more by spreading the word: please link to this post, tweet about it, and send your friends here so they can comment and we can raise more money for these great organizations (and hopefully discover some really great books in the process).
If you’re moved to make a flat-fee donation to your library, or to start your own challenge, you are quite welcome, and please leave that information in the comments, and contact Jenn through her site below. For a complete list of participating bloggers (and to visit other sites where you can help libraries just by leaving a comment!) visit the writerjenn blog today! (Thanks, Jenn, for organizing this!)