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If there were ever a day to buy that book on writing or sign up for a webinar or purchase our October Premium Collection or get the brand-new 2013 Guide to Literary Agents, today is that day. After a wonderful week of support, we're giving everyone one last day to help us support Breast Cancer Awareness Month, where 30% of all proceeds of your purchase will be donated directly to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Here's how it works:

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  3. Purchase them.
  4. We send 30% of the proceeds to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

East as that. Thanks for your support!

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