Author Donating 30% Proceeds From Her Novel For A Connecticut School Scholarship

Author Donating 30% proceeds from her novel "Wrath of the Black Widow" for victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting and to Riley Hospital for Children's Foundation. Free to all USA military persons
Wrath of the Black Widow by Debi Smith
Wrath of the Black Widow by Debi Smith
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Dec. 18, 2012 - PRLog -- Author, Debi Smith, recently released her action-packed novel “Wrath of the Black Widow” on, also available through most retail eBook distributions.
Apple, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Sony and others.  

In print at Amazon’s CreateSpace.

The novel is not intended for young readers but Debi hopes that during its first year of publication it will generate enough money to support a scholarship fund named after the victims in the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Prior to this horrific day she had made a heartfelt commitment to donate 30% of the proceeds to a child needing care at the Riley Children’s Hospital located in Indianapolis Indiana.  After she heard about the horrible tragedy she made the decision to donate 30% proceeds toward a scholarship fund in the name of the victims of the Shady Hook tragedy during its first year of publication. Her heart bleeds for those families. After one year and during the lifetime of her novel, 20% proceeds will go to Riley Hospital For Children and 10% each year to keep scholarship alive. Debi feels truly blessed because she has a beautifully healthy daughter and she cannot imagine the agony that the families are going through because of that dreadful day nor can she imagine the agony that the families have to undergo while caring for their sick child.  Debi is happy to say that when her journey here on earth comes to an end, she can go with a smile knowing that her novel will continue to bring help to the families who need it the most.

Deb Smith is also making her novel available for free to all military persons serving the USA.  She strongly feels that because they risk their lives daily for her and her daughter’s freedom, offering them a free novel is the least she can do for them.  

If you would like more information about this topic, or schedule an interview with Debi Smith, please contact her at 260-668-3324 or e-mail Debi at
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