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.
Read ” Will Imagery Replace the Written Word” via Blog Posts
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
via Harvey — theonemillionproject
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.
David Michael Williams’ blog
Visit The One Million Project and learn about and help our efforts to raise monies for charities like Cancer Research UK as they work tirelessly to fight cancer disease.
Source: Cancer Research UK Explores New Development in Immunotherapy
As some of my faithful followers know, I am a part of a group of writers, artists, musicians and media professionals from around the world who donate their time and talents to help raise money which we donate to charity–Cancer Research UK and EMMAUS Homeless shelters.
Check out my blog–The Anatomy of a Story
These days are so different. He stares off into the distance. I am sure his mind has wandered into somewhere magical as he begins to laugh and yelp. A place I cannot follow. A place he visits more …
Source: Hunter’s Syndrome: Life in Stages
I’d like to recommend this book by author Jason Greenfield. It’s a poignant story about family. #amreading
As writers, we can bend the worlds we create in any direction we wish. But in the harsh reality of the world we live, poverty, homelessness and disease are a part of the day-to-day struggle of many people’s worlds.
The OMP (One Million Project) is an effort by writers and artists to help those who are caught in those struggles. Please take a moment to check out 24 Stories for Charity .