Yes, it’s another new release announcement. But don’t worry, this blog won’t be turning into wall to wall promo and things should be back to normal after the holidays.
Besides, this announcement is for a very good cause, for the anthology Something for the Journey, edited by Stella Wilkinson, is intended to raise funds for Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Appeal, a charity to benefit a children’s hospital in Bristol.
Something for the Journey
An excellent collection of short stories aimed at commuters and travellers who have only a limited amount of time to read on the journey. This book is a Charity Anthology, with all proceeds (not just profits!) donated to children’s charity.
Suitable for all adult readers from 18 – 80. This book covers a large range of subjects, from alien visitors to a car crash with God, romance, humour and tragedy, and from unusual occurrences to every day situations. Stories were donated by a wide variety of authors, and should appeal to all tastes.
Authors: Dario Solera, Neil Bursnoll, T.L. Champion, Kathy Molyneaux, RJ Bennett, Peter Cawdron, Jamie Campbell, Sarah Dalton, Vincent Trigili, Cora Buhlert, Paul B. Kohler, Stephen Drivick, Stacy Claflin, Al Stevens, Sheila Guthrie, Dan Fiorella, Pru Moran, Paul Levinson, Melanie Nilles, James Griffiths, Seun Odukoya, V. A. Jeffrey, Frank Zubek and Stella Wilkinson.
Buy it for the low price of 3.99 USD or equivalent at at Amazon US, Amazon UK, Amazon Germany, Amazon France, Amazon Spain, Amazon Italy, Amazon Canada, Amazon Australia, Amazon Brazil, Amazon Japan, Amazon India, Amazon Mexico, Kobo, Barnes & Noble, Apple iTunes, Smashwords, Sony and Nook UK.
My own story in the anthology is called “Bad Deal” and is the story of a man who is dying of cancer and once managed to piss off the one person in the world who could have saved his life. Or could he?
Yes, it is a tad gloomy, but since it’s a multi-author and multi-genre anthology there will certainly be something to lift your spirits afterwards.
So buy your copy now and raise money for sick children in Bristol.