50% of the Total Royalties Earned On My Novel

Go to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

The Light Who Shines

From: Friday, May 16 – Sunday, May 18

You can help even if you don’t read urban fantasy; chances are some of your friends do.

Here’s How to Help Now

Follow me on social media so that when I post the fundraiser, you can help spread the word to your circles. It’s that simple.

  1. Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Lilo_Abernathy
  2. Like my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/lilojabernathy
  3. Friend me on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7789942.Lilo_Abernathy
  4. Add me to your Google Plus circles: google.com/+LiloAbernathy

I’ll give you all the info you need to share on Friday. When the time comes for the fundraiser, I’d like as many people to know about it as possible.

What is urban fantasy?

It’s a mix between:

  • Fantasy
  • Mystery
  • Thriller
  • Romance (sometimes)

Urban Fantasy, due to the content, is intended for adult readers. The Light Who Shines is high on action, mystery, and suspense. It is also designed to provoke thought on the social injustices of prejudice and hate. For more details, click here: https://sites.google.com/site/lilojabernathy/books

How good is this book anyway?

Currently the reviews are fantastic. It’s holding the following ratings:

  • Amazon: 4.8 stars
  • Goodreads: 4.3 stars

What you may not know about Leukemia and Lymphoma.

368_34156433041_1770_n - CopyThey are blood cancers and often target children, even infants, even babies in the womb! Blood cancers are the most common type of cancer children face.

My daughter was one of them.

After three grueling years of chemotherapy, all through high school, she is now a Lymphoma survivor. Yep, that is her above. She was on her way to her first highschool dance after getting cancer and her head was as bald as the day she was born. Normally, I wouldn’t want her to wear a dress that low cut at only 16. But we didn’t know if she would be well enough to go until last minute and that was the only dress we could find at the store. We couldn’t go to more stores because she couldn’t walk that far without tiring. One time she fell inside of the video store, because her legs gave out and she just couldn’t stand again. Someone had to help me carry her to the car. I wasn’t going to risk that again. Needless to say, she didn’t dance much, but I’m sure you understand it was very important that she go to that dance.

Let’s Stop Blood Cancers!