Monday, November 21, 2011
THE LOST CHILDREN CHARITY ANTHOLOGY
Clicking on the cover at the top right of my blog will take you exactly where you need to go so you can get more information on this project, as well as provide links to where you can purchase this amazing anthology, to which I am very proud to have been a contributor. For your convenience, I will place another link here. Let me give you a bit of background here too.
This began as a prompt on the terrific flash fiction site, Flash Fiction Friday. The photo (also used as the anthology's cover) was to be the inspiration and the challenge was to write a story about those children who are lost, neglected, abused, and existing in despair. The response was magnificent, as writers from everywhere contributed moving and tragic tales of childhoods filled with violence, emptiness and uncertainty.
Thomas Pluck and Fiona Johnson each pledged to donate $5.00 for each story contributed to two organizations dedicated to the protection of our children (PROTECT and Children 1st). Following the incredible response to this flash challenge, Thomas, Fiona and Ron Earl Phillips compiled 30 of these stories and The Lost Children Charity Anthology was born.
When you click on the link, you will find this collection is available at Amazon, Amazon UK, Amazon Germany, Amazon France, Smashwords, Apple iBookstore, and Barnes & Noble. You will also find out the special benefits that will result from your purchase. Not only will you be obtaining an anthology full of stories crafted by incredibly talented and dedicated writers, but you will also be assisting those lost children that the stories have been written about. Half of the proceeds from anthology sales will be going to PROTECT and half will be going to Children 1st.
This anthology would make a fantastic gift, not only for friends and family, but for yourself as well. And remember, all proceeds from sales are going directly to the organizations listed. Children really are our future and a testament to our past. Let us do everything we can to make sure they are able to have a future that is productive and successful, but above all, one that is happy and free from fear.