In case you haven’t heard, I was a part of two special projects during last month and this month. One of the projects involved contributing some works to MJ Holman’s book “The Sea of Conscience”. This book has been doing very well on Amazon.co.uk. Last time I checked, current at #14.
Blurb: Spanning thirty years, this collection of poetry and prose documents the discovery of mental illness through writing. It charts the slow crawl of mental decline and the gradual realization this illness is a background noise that cannot be ignored.
It is not a volume defined by mental illness alone; passions for art, literature, opera, and history are here; passions which help us survive when illnesses can be unforgiving and we fail to forgive ourselves. These words explore our perception of ourselves during times of duress and how our passions can be part of our coping strategies, helping us to remain here – embattled – but as survivors.
I just got word that MJ Holman is giving away this title for #FREE at Smashwords until June 28th.
Just visit Smashwords and enter code ZD36X upon checkout.
Two of my short stories, “Mr. Bradley’s Garden” and “When Summer Lingers” are featured in this collection. For a limited time (until July 5th), you can get this collection for #FREE at Smashwords.
Sit back and relax as this group of amazing authors uses their writing super-skills to take you on adventure after adventure. Visit the past and the future, walk in the woods, escape to an island, or travel across the country on foot. Story after story will sweep you up and carry you away. With a little something for everyone, this collection of short stories is a true find for the avid reader.
Featuring stories by Wayne L. Murphy, Dallas Woodburn, Pat LaPointe, Adam W. Gerhold, Beth Browne, Mellissa Black, Hardy Jones, Patty Somlo, Will Ingrams, Joan M. Roberts, Chantal Bellehumeur, Matthew Elkin, Y. Correa, Queen of Spades, Duane L. Herrmann, Sally Showalter, Andrena Zawinski, James Penha, Tracy A. Cross, April J. Durham, and Patrick Durham.
Two collections with a cost of #FREE! Sounds like a wonderful win for the reader!