Harlequin’s More Than Words

Just wanted to do a quick little spotlight on Harlequin’s MORE THAN WORDS program today.  Each year Harlequin spotlights ordinary women who have made extraordinary contributions to their community.  Nominees are chosen to have a story written about their charity, and authors are then matched to write that story.

Both Betina and I had the amazing opportunity to write a story for the More Than Words program this year.  The charity I wrote a story for is called Kid Flicks, and was organized by four young sisters to collect DVDs and send to childrens’ hospitals across the US.  Betina is writing about Donna Fischer, the Arizona program coordinator for Casting For Recovery, a national  non-profit organization that runs fly-fishing retreats for women who have breast cancer.

To learn more about Harlequin’s program, please visit their website: harlequinmorethanwords.com.  And click on the book covers in the side column, MAXWELL’S SMILE, and Betina’s HOOKED to download the stories for FREE!


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3 Responses to Harlequin’s More Than Words

  1. leannebanks says:

    Michele, I think this is a wonderful program! I’m so proud that you and Betina have participated!!! xo

  2. Sounds like a wonderful program

  3. Wonderful, Michele. I look forward to reading your story!

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