Hello, Fantasy fans! Acclaimed bestselling Fantasy author Sarah Kuhn has very kindly offered to write a 1000-word short story, including a tuckerisation, for a generous Read For Pixels donor.

This is a rare and unique opportunity and if you are interested in donating to get it, please read the terms & conditions set out by Sarah before you proceed as you will be expected to honour and abide by them:

  1. This is all about supporting The Pixel Project’s “Read for Pixels” campaign in a fun way. I am donating this reward with good cheer, and the donor agrees to accept the reward in the same spirit.
  2. I, Sarah Kuhn, agree to write a 1,000-word short story set in the HEROINE COMPLEX universe and featuring a character named after the donor who claims this “Read for Pixels” perk.
  3. The donor may name the character after themselves or name the character in honour of a friend or family member or even just name the character any name they wish.
  4. The donor may submit either their full name and/or a picture (no nudity) to be used for the minor character in the story. The donor may choose to be a hero or villain which may also live on to appear in my future books.
  5. The donor agrees that I can use the name they select for the character in the story. The donor also understands that the inclusion of their name for the character in the story in no way earns them any sort of monetary or other compensation whatsoever.
  6. This story will be exclusive to the donor for the minimum of twelve (12) months. However, the donor also acknowledges that I and my publishers retain the right to publish the story whatever edition or form the short story may take in the future after 12 months have passed from the date the story is emailed to the donor. The donor also acknowledges that I retain the right to use the character in future stories and books.
  7. If the donor changes their mind about the inclusion of their name for the character in the short story, they may notify me in writing. I can only promise they’ll be removed if the notification comes before the short story goes to print in the future.
  8. If it is apparent that the donor is using their donation for evil intentions, I reserve the right to back out of this agreement. Evil intentions include, but are not limited to, the aforementioned request that I am asked to use a person’s name with the intention of causing them embarrassment.
  9. I am not obligated to show the donor the pages in which the name of the character will appear prior to the completion of the short story. If I do so, it will be a courtesy and will not bind me to make any changes requested by the donor.
  10. I promise to email a soft copy of the short story to the donor and to send a signed copy of the short story to the donor free of charge to the address they provide. I also have the right to include any additional gifts, such as buttons, swords dripping with the blood of my enemies, pens, free books, pocket lint, or magic potions as I see fit.

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