Autumn is the most wonderful time of the year. No, really, it’s a fact. And October is my favorite autumn month, for many reasons. There’s a delicious chill in the air. The days grow shorter. And then there’s that whole Halloween thing. Also, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Cancer has touched my life repeatedly over the years, so this topic is extremely important to me. My mom died from breast cancer and too many of my family members and friends have also battled this disease. Believe me when I say, early detection is so very important, so please—male or female—do yourself a favor and take time to get checked as soon as possible.
Pssst, there’s also a way to do something cool for yourself and help others at the same time. How often does that happen, right? The 2011 Hot Honeys & Hunks of Horror calendar is now available for order! It’s sponsored by Eve Blaack Publishing and Hacker’s Source magazine, and Eve herself promises that 100% of the proceeds from the calendar will go to The Lynn Sage Foundation, which is dedicated to discovering a cure for breast cancer. So, not only do you get a ton of fun, sexy pics of your fave indie horror icons and gain a very hip way to keep track of time, you also get to help save the world.
For a measly $15, you get 12 months of such hot horror personalities as Debbie Rochon, Tyler Tackett, Kelli Maroney, Jimmyo Burril, April Burril, Mike Watt, Amy Lynn Best, Kevin S. Tenney, Michelle Tomlinson and Raine Brown, who is the 2011 calendar’s cover girl and spokesperson. And the icing on the cake? The whole package has been designed once again by Starrla Noble, who is as lovely as she is talented. In fact, her stunning work can be seen on previous editions of this calendar, available HERE.
Let’s recap. October rocks. Cancer sucks. Early detection is self protection. Do a good deed by looking at hot horror honeys and hunks every month. Hmmm, yeah, that’s about it. Let me reiterate the most important points: (1) Schedule a checkup NOW. (2) Order a copy of Hot Honeys & Hunks of Horror 2011. Both are a gift that keeps on giving.