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Beneath the Twin Suns
Anthology of Short Stories
Released 31 August 2020
A group of authors came together to create a unique anthology. There are 30+ authors contributing short stories; and every story takes place on one planet over the span of hundreds of years. Check it out, and if you are seeking my contribution, well, the title of my story is Advenæ.
Important: As a group, we decided to donate 100% of the profits to charity: International Committee of the Red Cross. So if you’re interested in supporting the charity while getting wonderful short stories to enjoy, please buy a copy for yourself and others. Noteworthy: the charity info is located at the bottom of the book description on websites where it is sold.
Special Note: My thanks go out to all the contributing authors; a gigantic, wonderful thanks to those who created the covers and to Renée for overseeing the whole project. You were a pleasure to work with.
We (all) hope you enjoy the stories!
Thanks for visiting and for those of you interested in the bible for this short story, have a peek here: Advenæ Bible
Crumbs I & II
Feed the Poet Within
The books are available in paperback and Kindle via Amazon:
Included in the chapbooks are haiku as well as free-verse (that is free form poetry), and the categories include Love, Not Always (love), For You, Just Me, To Everyone, and About Writing.
The poems are snippets of life over the course of five years, so you’ll likely find a poem or two that resonates with you. In addition, the books are set up to allow for jumping around from category to category, or to read it straight through.
Found on Amazon: Crumbs
The first published poem was in Romance Magazine Vol. 02, No. 06, 2014. The magazine was available at Amazon.com as well as FictionMagazines.com. [Sadly, the magazine doesn’t seem to be publishing any longer. I checked today, 2018 Aug 27] 😮
It’s In The Cards
Book excerpt: When you hand someone your business card, you’re setting in motion a chain of contacts that can become a new branch of your network. That’s why you want your card to be attention-getting, pleasing, informative, and memorable – so people will look at it, comment on it, pass it around, and keep it handy. And the next time someone needs your products or services, they’ll remember you.
[This book is available via Amazon.com]
Masters of Networking
I felt honored to participate in this endeavor by contributing a section to the book. Check out the list of contributing authors because there were amazing business-people who participated.
[It’s available at Amazon.com.]