Late Breaking News

Do the Write Thing for Nashville is raising money to help the flood victims in Nashville. They’re donating the money through The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.

Authors, editors and agents are donating books and services that are being auctioned off to raise money. I’ve contributed a 30-minute phone call. You can bid on it here. The auction on this item ends Saturday night at midnight, CDT.

Rachelle Gardner

Literary agent at Gardner Literary. Coffee & wine enthusiast (not at the same time) and dark chocolate connoisseur. I've worked in publishing since 1995 and I love talking about books!


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  5. Lisa Jordan on May 14, 2010 at 5:57 AM

    >I have a friend who lives in the Nashville area. Although her house was spared, the flooding has affected many of the children in her classroom, plus her school. A terrible event. Thank you for your compassion. 🙂

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  7. Terra on May 13, 2010 at 8:26 PM

    >what I wouldn't give to listen to you for 30 minutes. the bidding has already gone beyond my means and I think that is fantastic for Nashville. For now, I will keep reading.