Auction: Annotated Copy of Denton Little’s Death Date *Ended*

Thanks so much to those who made a bid on the first time. The highest bidder was the lovely Catherine Ryan Hyde. Once she donates and sends a confirmation email, the book will be mailed out.

On to the next one…

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Item: An ANNOTATED copy of Denton Little’s Death Date by Lance Rubin. Annotated means that the author wrote notes throughout the book, so it’s a special “behind the scenes” edition!

Bids: You must start at $10 and go up in $1 increments at least. What this means is that someone can bid $10 and the next person has to at least say $11, but they can go higher. The first bid can be $10 and the second bid can be $15. That’s up to you!

Open To: Not all auctions are international, due to shipping costs, so please pay attention to this when you bid. This particular auction is U.S. ONLY (unless you are willing to pay shipping costs)!

Money Goes To: The highest bidder will donate ALL that money to First Book. Click the link to learn more about them.

Ends: Bidding starts now and it will end on Monday, August 15th at 9 p.m. EST! 

How to Bid: All bids are left as comments! They will appear automatically and the time is set to EST so I know who the last bidder is, in case people comment around the same time.

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7 thoughts on “Auction: Annotated Copy of Denton Little’s Death Date *Ended*

    • Lauren Becker says:

      Thanks so much for bidding, James! You are the highest bidder. Please donate to http://www.firstbook.org. You will get a confirmation email and you must forward that to me with your address so I can get the book out to you: lauren51990 AT aol DOT com

      If you have questions, let me know!

      -Lauren

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