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OMP E-Zine Online

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

Writer’s Open Forum–Great Fun!

I had a great time at this event. So many wonderful and accomplished veteran writers, publishers and editors. Newbie writers like myself and a crowd of book enthusiasts and writers who are just beginning their journey into publishing their own stories. 

I got to meet a fellow WriteOn member and One Million Project networker, Michele Potter.  

I look forward to implementing all of the useful info from the panels and reading the books I purchased from other authors. And I look forward to getting back together with Michele for lunch. 

Kate Recommends…

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

24 Stories for Charity

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 .