Oct 13, 2013

Help Steve Niles



Heavy rainfall has caused some serious flooding in the Austin, Texas area. Among those affected was writer, Steve Niles, best known as the creator of 30 Days of Night. Steve is an extremely kind and generous person. Besides sharing his love for the genre, he's bent over backwards to help his fellow creators and is behind numerous fundraising campaigns to aid creators overwhelmed by medical, legal, or other life changing expenses. Now it's time to come to his aid.

His house was flooded, causing severe damage, and he is without flood insurance. He'll need to replace furniture, rugs, work materials, food, and many other basic day to day necessities, as well as coping with cost of repairs to his home.

If you can contribute any amount, please do. If everyone participating as Cryptkeepers, and everyone visiting here using this site as a gateway to participating blogs, threw in a few bucks it would help out quite a bit. A paypal account has been set up for this.

Send funds via Paypal to HelpSteveNiles@gmail.com.


5 comments:

Strange Kid said...

Thanks for spreading the word, John. I heard about this earlier today and immediately pitched in. Met Steve at a few conventions and he's such an awesome guy - shame something like this happened.

Mike and Sam said...

Done and Done.....

Magaly Guerrero said...

That's pretty crappy. Off to check and do my bit!

The Gurch said...

So sorry to hear about such setbacks happening to anyone,
Hope Steve and family bounce back quickly, sending some love and funds right now!

Daniel MacMunn said...

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