This blog from #OneMillionProject offers two stories from diverse genres. It’s the perfect gift for the holidays for that person on your gift list who loves to read. And, in the spirit of the holidays, you will help the OMP raise money for charity.
Continuing my blog series covering the 24 stories in the original OMP anthology, let’s take a look at the 9th and 10th stories.
One of the aims of the collection was to present ‘something for everyone,’ and so our tales range from differing genres to different story types, including scripts and non fiction.
Rhian Rawling’s TASTE is one of a couple of non fictions in the collection and for my money it’s the most poignant story, dealing as it does with the tragic loss of Andy, Rhian’s first husband.
The above makes it sound like TASTE is going to be dark and depressive, but actually while sad, it also manages to be witty, endearing, funny and profound in turns. TASTE is about dealing with loss and at it’s heart it’s inspirational and an amazing story of a resilient woman.
Rhian was helped a lot by the WAY Foundation (Widows And…
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