I know, I know. It’s been far too long since I posted anything here. In 2015, I had hand surgery and became asthmatic, both of which slowed me down a bit. I volunteered at three summer writing camps for grade school kids, which was super fun. I made a lot of progress editing my second novel and wrote several short stories and poems. I haven’t written much flash fiction since I stopped posting weekly, but I did write one piece recently, which was a lot of fun, so maybe I’ll get back into it. A few months ago, I took my first novel and started re-writing it, removing one of two POV characters entirely from the story (about 45% of the content) and switching from third person past tense to first person present tense. I’m only a few chapters in, but it’s interesting and fun so far, so I’m going to stick with it and see what happens.
The real reason I’m writing is that the latest anthology from Scripting Change, Breaking Free, is now available!
It includes a poem of mine.
Proceeds from the anthology will benefit Reach, an organization based in Massachusetts which supports domestic violence victims of all backgrounds and ages, while also increasing awareness in local communities.
The digital collection is available through:
The Scripting Change store
Smashwords (set your own price!)
Amazon in the US
Amazon in the UK
Amazon in Canada
Barnes and Noble
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I’m going to have a piece published in an upcoming anthology, Scripting Change, due to be released on November 4th!
From the website, “Scripting Change is an opportunity for writers to support causes in which we believe, with our voices and words, by contributing to an electronic book, the proceeds from which will be donated to a nonprofit organization.
- The goal of the project is to have a $0 cost.
- 100% of work required to create and promote this electronic book would be volunteered.
- The book’s proceeds will be directed to a selected nonprofit organization.”
This year, the selected nonprofit: “The MSTR Scholarship Foundation aims to help those students affected by chronic illness, who nevertheless have the passion, drive, and determination to seek or continue their educations, by providing financial scholarships in recognition and support of their perseverance.”
The theme for this year’s ebook is “Determination & Hope Through Pain”
You can check out the other contributors here.
Scripting Change also has a Facebook page you can check out and like and a newsletter you can subscribe to in order to receive updates about the project.
If you’re willing to help spread the word about the anthology, check out this link. Thanks for your support! 🙂
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