This project is near and dear to my heart. My short story — Not Mama’s Little Girl — is in the Fiction anthology in case you want to check it out!
I am so proud to be associated with such a generous and talented group of individuals. I’m pre-ordering my copies now at a special price on Amazon.com. Follow the links in the blog to get your copies, too.
Over a year ago, UK author Jason Greenfield decided to enlist his writer friends to join him in a literary effort to raise money for charity through the publication of a collection of short stories. Over the months since that initial internet message to his fellow writers, a thirty-member cadre of writers from a variety […]
via Short Stories for Charity from Around the Globe — One Million Project — theonemillionproject
As many of you know, I’ve written several blogs on homelessness and the One Million Project’s commitment to raise money for EMMAUS. Another event has caught my attention thanks to Dr. Sheena Macleod, Emma Short and Emma Park. The “Emma’s” will be attending the Sleep in the Park event in Edinburgh, Scotland on Dec. 9, 2017.
Check out the blog on the One Million Project website for more information about how they hope to eradicate homelessness in Scotland.
One month ago today on Friday the 13th, I flew into San Juan, Puerto Rico. I volunteered to serve as part of the VA Disaster Employee Medical Personnel System (DEMPS) to assist with disaster relief efforts after Hurricane Maria touched down on 9/20. I fully intended to write a journal entry every day, just to capture the […]
via How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria? — Tell It Slant Mama
Heath Johnson turns 40 this year. To mark it, he’s stepping away from his everyday and walking 10,000 kilometers across Europe — from Spain to Cyprus — raising money for Charity as he goes. His journey kicked off in April, and you join him vicariously via his blog.
via GROUNDWERK — Discover
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Each week, the One Million Project spotlights member authors on their website. It’s a great way to discover indie writers and recently published books. Visit https://theonemillionprojectcom.wordpress.com/writers/ each week for updates.
by Morgan S. Hazelwood The title of this sounds pretty lofty, doesn’t it? For those of you who don’t have a finished manuscript, though, this might not be so useful. Write your novel, edit it, then see if you can cut the first chapter. Don’t count the writing as a waste, YOU needed to […]
via 3 Things That Make a Great 1st Line — A Writer’s Path
If you haven’t gotten a chance to read the One Million Project’s blogs, check out the links below. Our bloggers write about the causes OMP supports, creativity, and writing books! I’d like to thank our OMP blogging team: Michele Potter, David Butterworth, John Nedwill, Melissa Volker, Patsy Jawo, Emma Thomson, and Akje Majdanek for their contributions of time and talent over the past months. Please take the time to Like, Comment and Share.
Stop Saying It’s About Feminism by Melissa Volker
Crickets by Kate McGinn
Loss of A Loved One by Patsy Jawo
Educational Inferiority Complex by Emma Thomson
Family Ties or Otherwise by Michele Potter
On the Nature of Being by John Nedwill
P.S. — Check out our cultural blog — The Cultural Bridge