The Grey Gecko Press Fund for Staci Reed

Posted: 22nd September 2013 by Jason Kristopher in Everything Else
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404035_4906453106062_664090308_nA good friend of mine, and one of the cover artists over at Grey Gecko Press, lost everything in the recent flooding in Colorado when her hometown was wiped out.

I’m asking all my readers and fans to help her out, even if it’s just skipping a Starbucks one morning and donating the $5 (or more, that coffee is expensive!). Grey Gecko is also giving out free ebooks in return for donations. Help us give back to one of the nicest people I know, who would never ask for the help. Be awesome: donate today. Click on the link below, the badge to the left, or click on her photo. To see some of her awesome art, visit her website.

Donate to the Fund for Staci Reed

If you’ve been under a rock for the past week, you won’t have noticed that the small town of Lyons, Colorado got wiped out by massive flooding.

A member of our Grey Gecko Press family, Staci Reed, lost everything – and we mean everything. So we’re holding a little fundraiser to help her get back on her feet, because that’s how we roll.

For those of you who aren’t familiar with her work, Staci has worked on the covers for several of our books, including: Beneath Hallowed Ground, Sins of the Father: The Bourbon Street Ripper, Sins of the Father: A Life Without Fear, I’ll Spend It With You, Wake Up!, The Lightbringers, and Seashells, Gator Bones, and the Church of Everlasting Liability. She’s done amazing work for us, and now it’s our turn to pay her back in spades.

No Gecko ever gets left behind.

Have you ever completely rebuilt your home from scratch? That’s the kind of help our Gecko needs: clothes, food, furniture, even pet supplies. We have the power to help her – YOU have the power to help her – and we’re going to do some awesome stuff for this wonderful person.

So donate $5, $20, whatever you can spare. Every bit helps, and every dime raised goes directly to Staci. Plus, hey, get some awesome books in the meantime, and feel darn good about helping out one of the nicest people I know.

Donate now!

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