October 1, 2009

Breast Cancer Awareness Annual Campaign


For the third year in a row, I'm joining several other authors in an annual Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign. Each author will post Breast Cancer Awareness items on their website or blog and give away prizes.


I'll give a grand prize as well as several Pink Ribbon Goodie Bags throughout the month. Those who enter for the grand prize will be eligible for the goodie bags, as well as anyone who posts a comment on my blog during the month of October. I'll periodically choose a winner for a Pink Ribbon Goodie Bag, so comment often.


Click here for full details on the contest and to see who else is participating.
Anna Kathryn Lanier

6 comments:

robynl said...

what a wonderful thing you authors are doing for IBC awareness. I'm right now sitting in my room at the Cancer Lodge going through 25 Radiation treatments for Breast Cancer. A friend I met here and who finished therapy last Wed. had the very thing you talk about, IBC. How interesting. Thanks so much.

Anna Kathryn Lanier said...

Robyn, prayers and thoughts are with you as you go through your treatments and recovery.

Virginia said...

What a great thing you ladies are doing! I just bought new walking shoes with the pink emblem on them!

ddurance said...

My mother had breast cancer, so I'm a big supporter of this.

Deidre

squiresj said...

You are to be blessed along with other three authors for this. All women need to take steps to prevent this disease. I went through a scare last year but thankful it was only a mass but they will be keeping an eye on it. I have a special lady in my Sunday School class who has endured this during this past year.
jrs362(at)hotmail(dot)com

Meljprincess said...

It's very admirable of you to do this, Anna. I am an 11 year survivor. My neighbor is going through chemo now. She's so positive and just keeps going. She has a blog. If anyone's interested in reading it I'll ask her if I can post the link and everyone can read it. If that's OK, Anna.
It's October, Ladies! Get those mammograms! Best wishes to you, Robynl. Welcome to the survivor's club.

Mel K.