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The PKD 'A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words' Writing Challenge

I'm setting this writing challenge to authors for The Polycystic Kidney Disease Charity because PKD affects me and my family directly.

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  • Team members: Samie Sands, Kevin S. Hall, Rob Shepherd, Ekta Rawat, Dave Suscheck, Larry Davis, Linda Gerald, Linda Jenkinson, Danny Campbell, Anthony Pugliese, Vered Ehsani, J. Cornell Michel, Kally Jo Surbeck, Rick Eddy, Lila Pinord, Max E. Stone, Jaclyn Lee, etc...
  • Event: The £20 Challenge, 13 Mar 2014

The Polycystic Kidney Disease Charity

We fund PKD research and give help to transform lives

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Myself, and a selection of amazing published and indie authors, will be taking the 'A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words Challenge' on the 12th March 2015 - which is World Kidney Day. 

Everyone will be sent a picture at random and asked to write a one thousand word story on this day. These stories will then be compiled into one anthology, with all the profits going to the PKD charity which does amazing work to help not only find a cure for Polycystic Kidney Disease, but also supports sufferers and their families.

Anyone who sponsors the authors to take part in this challenge will be rewarded!

£1+ - A special thank you in the anthology.

£5+ - An ebook copy of the anthology.

£10+ - A paperback copy of the anthology.

£20+ - Paperback copies of the anthology and Samie Sands's other novels.

£50+ - Paperback copies of the anthology and a selection of books from the authors included.

**Special prizes will also be given out to the authors who take part and the people who sponsor this event!**

The authors who have signed up so far include: Kevin S. Hall, Rob Shepherd, Ekta Rawat, Dave Suscheck, Larry Davis, Linda Gerald, Linda Jenkinson, Danny Campbell, Anthony Pugliese, Vered Ehsani, J. Cornell Michel, Kally Jo Surbeck, Rick Eddy, Lila Pinord, Max E. Stone, Jaclyn Lee, Michele Jones, Lizzie Wachter and Andy Lockwood. This list is updated as more writers come on board!

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