On April 13, 2017, Becky Miller realized she was sick. She didn’t know it at the time, but she had suffered from both a stroke and a heart attack. She had also developed diabetes and high blood pressure. She needed to get to the doctor, but delayed going because her car wasn’t working. As a single woman with next-to-no health insurance, the decision to go to the emergency room was a hard one to make.
Thankfully, she did get to the hospital, she’s back at home now and she’s getting very good medical care. But she still can’t work, her bills are piling up, she doesn’t have the money for her medicines, and her car still doesn’t work.
Many of you may already know Becky from the tireless, volunteer work she’s done in the book community, running free blog tours, promoting Christian science fiction and fantasy, writing reviews, scheduling author interviews and helping authors build their careers.
Becky has always loved good stories. Please help her story to have a good ending.
She needs your help. Any donation, large or small, can help her. Five dollars might buy food, twenty dollars might pay for her medicine, one hundred dollars might buy a new battery for her car. It will be awhile before she’s able to get back to work. Right now, she’s focusing on retraining her muscles so she can go up and down her apartment stairs. Tasks we might think of as easy—like doing laundry, writing emails, and buying groceries—are next to impossible for her to do right now.
But you can help. A donation of any size will enable her recovery to go smoother.
Maybe you met her at a writer’s conference and she gave you some good advice, maybe she reviewed one of your books and you’ve still got that nice rating on Amazon, maybe you’ve known her for years or maybe you met her a few weeks ago...maybe you’ve never met her and you just stumbled upon this Go Fund Me page.
However you got here, please just remember, there are times when every one of us needs help.
Please Stand By Becky in her hour of need.
Thank you very much for visiting Becky Miller’s Go Fund Me page. We sincerely appreciate every prayer lifted up on her behalf. And we hope you will join with us in this campaign.