I’d meant to post this sooner, but I didn’t have it written down on my phone’s notepad app like I do all my other blog ideas. Funny story, I usually just write down blog ideas as soon as I think of them. But sometimes I open the app and have no idea what I wanted to write. Then I scroll through the list and it only further complicates the matter. I usually forget until the next day or something. Maybe I have some kind of memory loss.
Anyway, back to this post. Penguin Random House announced their “Give a Book” program a little while back. I think it was in November. This is about the easiest thing you can do to make a small difference. The program is simple. The folks at Penguin Random House will donate a book to Save the Children every time someone tweets using #GiveaBook. That’s it! That’s all you have to do! Seriously.
Save the Children is a non-profit that literally does everything you can imagine for children around the world, including here in the US. And a book will be donated if you just tweet #GiveaBook.
I don’t know if the 25,000 limit has been reached yet, but what’s it matter? Tweet anyway. I’m getting in on the fun. If you feel like reading some very random and non-book related tweets, follow me on Twitter here. I’m a lot more…outspoken on there.