#Kidlit4Japan Auction #29a from Deborah Davis

Auction #29: Critique of up to 20 pages of YA or MG novel from Deborah Davis

Description: Top three bidders will receive an encouraging critique of up to 20 pages of middle grade or young adult novel includes comments on manuscript, a 2- to 3-page editorial letter outlining the manuscript’s strengths and weaknesses, and suggestions for revision. Comments and suggestions will address characters, voice, setting, plot, theme, and other story elements.

Estimated Value: $200 times 3 winners
Minimum Bid: $120
Auction Begins: Thursday 3/24 @ 1:00PM EDT
Auction Ends: Tuesday 3/29 @ 1:00PM EDT

Bio: Deborah Davis is the author of three award-winning novels for young people and editor of a non-fiction anthology. She teaches writing workshops, speaks at conferences, and offers manuscript critiques as well as coaching and mentoring for teen and adult writers. Her most recent novel, Not Like You, was included in the NYPL’s Books for the Teen Age, received a starred review in School Library Journal, and was a finalist for the Northern California Independent Bookseller’s Association Book of the Year Award. She lives in Berkeley, CA.

Author Deborah Davis’s Website: http://www.deborahdavisauthor.com

Auction Terms:

  • Bid by posting a comment with your bid amount; anonymous bidding is not allowed.
  • Do not bid unless you intend to pay that amount to a designated charity organization.
  • Bids are in U.S. Dollars.
  • Bids under $50 must be at least $1 more than the previous bid; bids from $50 to under $100 must be at least $2 more than the previous bid; bids of $100 or more must be at least $5 more than the previous bid. Overbids are encouraged.
  • Highest bid before the end of the auction wins; if the highest bid is less than the reserve amount, the auction is extended until the reserve amount is reached; if no reserve amount is stated, the reserve amount is 50% of the item’s estimated value.
  • Winning bid is not final until the winning bidder is notified by email. Winning bidder must donate the winning bid amount to a designated charity organization and provide a copy of the receipt within three days of notification.
  • For physical items, unless otherwise noted, donor pays standard shipping within the U.S.; winning bidder pays for express shipping or for shipping outside the U.S.
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Greg R. Fishbone is the author of galactic fiction for young readers including the GALAXY GAMES series from Tu Books @ Lee & Low Books. Check out his website at gfishbone.com
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8 Responses to #Kidlit4Japan Auction #29a from Deborah Davis

  1. Jen Maschari says:

    This sounds awesome! $120.00

  2. $120

    ~Wendy BooydeGraaff

  3. WINNERS: Jen Maschari and aneducationinbooks win with a bids of $120 each! Congratulations on your winning bids. I will be in touch later today with instructions for making and verifying the UNICEF donation.

    BUY IT NOW: This item will remain active until the remaining critique and book package is sold at the Buy It Now price of $120, representing 50% of the estimated value. Grab some great books at a bargain price and help the children of Japan!

  4. Anne says:

    I’m in for the Buy It Now $120!

    • Anne says:

      Hi Greg!
      I hadn’t heard anything on this after my donation was accepted – I’m not in any rush (since I still have some revision to do) but wanted to make sure that if someone did contact me about this it didn’t fall through the cracks somehow.
      Thanks much! A
      Anne

      • Hi, Anne.

        It may be that she’s been busy or misplaced your email address. Feel free to send her a friendly ping and cc me on it. Thanks!

      • Anne says:

        Hi Greg!
        I just sent an email via her website, you’re probably right that my address got lost in the shuffle or her communication got shunted to my spam folder. 🙂 Thanks much for the help, I’ll let you know if I don’t hear back in a week.
        All the best,
        Anne

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