How did the One Million Project come about? Learn more about the brain child of UK author Jason Greenfield and his motivations for initiating what has become a world-wide cause for almost two hundred writers, artists, musicians and media persons across the globe.
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 […]
There is something so comforting about putting a pen to paper and allowing the words to spill out onto the page. I’m reminded of a scene in the movie, Becoming Jane, about Jane Austen. In one scene, Jane is feverishly writing and scratching out her latest literary creation with ink-stained fingers. You could feel her passion for her work flowing from her fingertips onto the page.
John Nedwill writes in his blog about his process of writing. Hope you enjoy!
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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.
I posted my blog on the #OneMillionProject blog in response to all of the GIF messages and emoticon ridden messages I receive. I mean they are cute and funny. I use them. But it got me to thinking about social media and how it drives our culture.
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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.
The harsh realities when a hurricane makes landfall
The summer issue of the One Million Project e-zine is out. Lots of stories, awesome cover and more about our authors and their new projects.
I like David Michael Williams frank blog about his experiences before and after cancer affected his family. I think we all can identify with the sentiments my fellow #OneMillionProject author writes about in his blog. Until we see personally how a disease affects others, it is difficult to develop a passionate response.