Help author David Farland and his son Ben

Help author David Farland and his son BenThe Passive Voice reblogged the following today from fantasy author David Farland’s blog, David Farland’s Daily Kick in the Pants–and since I can’t see any way to reblog it from the site, I’m using it as a blog quote here: As many of you know, Dave’s son, Ben, was in a serious long-boarding accident last week. He is 16 and suffers from severe brain trauma, a cracked skull, broken pelvis and tail bone, burnt knees, bruised lungs, broken ear drum, road rash, and is currently in a coma. His family has no insurance. We are having a book bomb this Wednesday on behalf of Ben Wolverton to help his family out. You can view the event’s facebook page here. For those that don’t know, a book bomb is an event where participants purchase a book on a specific day to support the author, or, in this case, a young person in serious need: Ben Wolverton. Many of you have expressed sympathy for Dave and Ben and have asked if you could help. Now you can. We need you to help Ben get the most out of this book bomb. Right now we are focused on spreading the word and telling others about it. If you could share this event on facebook, twitter, pinterest, your blog, or through email, please do. This is a way everyone reading this can help, whatever their financial situation. On Wednesday, we will have the book bomb. If you haven’t yet purchased Nightingale or Million Dollar Outlines, please consider doing so on Wednesday. If you have already purchased them, you can donate money to Ben and his family here. If you have a blog and would like to do a post about this book bomb, please email me at kami_marynda@yahoo.com, and I will send you some information you can use. Please consider “attending” our event on facebook. Thank you.

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