Mysteries For Myeloma

Today, a message from Nancy Lynn Jarvis, the mastermind behind COZY FOOD.

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NancyLike Tom Brokaw, my husband Craig, the guy who did computer magic so “Cozy Food” worked, has multiple myeloma, a plasma cell cancer. He was diagnosed a little more than two years ago. If he’d developed this disease a decade ago, he’d likely be dead by now, instead he’s doing well. Fortunately great strides have been made and survival times keep getting pushed out because of research, new medicines, and new treatments.

 

 The Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation has been instrumental in fundraising dedicated to finding a cure for the disease. Supporters have answered their call to do creative fundraising. There’s a cat litter manufacturer who donates a portion of sales as part of a “Cats for Cancer” campaign. Ditto a Louisiana seafood producer who sells “Crayfish for Cancer.” It seems this group loves alliteration and it occurred to me that as a mystery writer I could donate books for sale and dub them “Mysteries for Myeloma.”

 

Five of my books are real estate mysteries set in Santa Cruz. My husband and I also edited a terrific cookbook called “Cozy Food: 128 Cozy Mystery Writers Share Their Favorite Recipes” which qualifies in the mystery category because all the recipes are from mystery writers.

 

mysteries for myelomaThis year’s Greater Bay Area MMRF event is a 5K Walk/Run which will be held in San Francisco on March 22nd. I’ll be there selling books and introducing “Cozy Food” to new readers. All proceeds will be donated to MMRF. For people with e-readers or those who can’t make the event, profits from e-books purchased on Amazon that day will also be donated. (My Amazon Author page is http://tinyurl.com/6uq4gsx if you want to take a look at the books or get ready to buy one on March 22nd.) “Mags and the AARP Gang,” another book I’ve written will also be included for those who prefer humor to mysteries or cookbooks.

 

Please spread the word about the fundraiser. Email your friends. Post about it on your blog. Tweet and share thru social media. E-books are only $3 or $4 each — such a small donation to make — but if enough people buy one, not only will they get a book they may enjoy reading, but we will raise some real money…perhaps enough to keep my husband and many others around for those who love them.

 

Thank you so much.

Nancy Lynn Jarvis

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Thank you, Nancy!

COZY FOOD is available from Nancy at her website, or from Amazon in print and for Kindle and all free Kindle apps.

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I was born in Louisville, Kentucky, but now live in the woods in southern Indiana. Though I only write fiction, I love to read non-fiction. The more I learn about this world, the more fantastic I see it is.

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  1. Jane
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    March 17, 2015 at 9:46am

    Good luck, Ms. Lynn.
    Mr. Brokaw’s doing pretty well, I hear.
    I hope your hubby continues likewise.

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