Tomorrow is the day I’ve been waiting for…launch day!
Our anthology of short stories is finally launching.
Why is this so exciting?
One of the greatest joys I know as an author is sharing my writing with others. Whether it’s the anticipation of seeing others’ reaction to my work or just the satisfaction of knowing that something I created is now out in the world, the euphoria is the same.
That’s what keeps me coming back to the keyboard every time. It’s also a passion I share with the nameless scores of writers who do their daily due diligence of baring their souls on the blank page. And when we’re not pounding away at the keys, we come together in the hopes of gaining inspiration, getting advice or just making new friends.
It’s in these moments when we authors gather to discuss everything literary that an idea forms, leading us to come together in a collaborative effort to share our works. And after much toil on the part of all involved, the fruits of the collective labor bears something wonderful and new.
That said, I wanted to share some exciting news about the upcoming launch of Once Upon A Story – A Short Story Anthology featuring my story Death of an Alien.
What’s so special about Once Upon a Story?
Its eighteen stories are from a variety of genres. Whether you like science fiction, romance, or humor, there’s something for you.
One tells of a woman looking for help around the house and found something completely different. Another introduces us to an abused boy with magical powers. There are aliens and detectives. And a comical fishing story.
The fifteen writers who contributed are from six different countries around the world. Africa, Asia, Europe and North America are home to our authors. And the eighteen stories were submitted by fifteen authors ranging in age from 23 to 72 who live in five countries across the world.
I’m honored to be included with such a talented group.
If you want to explore the riches of Once Upon a Story, then I invite you to visit Amazon.com, to get your copy and be the first to leave a review. For the first five days, you can get the anthology for free.
And if you enjoyed it, I’d love it if you left a review. Or shared the link on social media. Or told your friends and family about it.
Let me know what you think in the comments!