Just over a day left in the Worldbuilders auctions

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The Worldbuilders auctions continue apace, but they’re nearing their end. There’s still time to jump in, however. My ms critique is up to an awesome $201.50. And the Tuckerization auction is up to an amazing $302.50!! Remember to check out the other cool auctions, including a number of rare, signed books and graphic novels.

Oh, and check out Pat’s full ms critique auction. It’s up to $3,550!

5 Comments

  1. Ryan

    January 25, 2012 at 6:26 pm

    Well, that was a nail biter! It went up to $455!

    I wonder how long it will take for worldbuilders to provide you with the details of who won the auction?

    • Brad

      January 25, 2012 at 8:18 pm

      Wow. Congratulations and thanks so much for your generosity. It means a lot.

      I’m sure they’ll turn things around quickly, and in any case I still have a bit of writing to do before Book 3 is done. I’m sure we’ll be in contact soon.

      Thanks again!

      • Ryan

        January 26, 2012 at 6:11 pm

        So, did you here the one about the internet auction house?

        So there was the auction, and when it was over, the seller e-mailed the winner asking them to provide
        a contact e-mail address to facilitate the completion of the auction…

        The buyer replied through the auction system, giving their e-mail address.

        However, the clever auction software protects the privacy of the buyer, and automatically replaces all instances of their e-mail address in the message by:

        “contact info – e-mail: ”

        heh

        Fortunately the buyer included their website which was not censored, so things eventually got worked
        with lines such as: “yes, the e-mail address specified in your last message to me is
        my correct contact e-mail. Please use that one.”

        heh. So, they should now have the contact info and hopefully should forward it soon.

        Have you heard the saying:

        “the problem with computers is that they do what we tell them to do, not what we
        want them to do…. ”

        Cheers,

        Ryan

        • Ryan

          January 26, 2012 at 6:19 pm

          oops, that should be replaced the e-mail by:

          “contact info – e-mail: [ email address removed per policy]”

          The actual message used “less than” and “greater than” symbols, but they did not show up as blogging software interprets them as html tags..

          You know, I think I ma going to give up for the day and see if my dog Data (yes, as in star trek TNG 😉 wants to play fetch or something..

          heh

          Ryan

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