A collection of short stories about Hope, Healing, and Love, benefiting the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and NAMI.
Release Date: January 11, 2018
There are times when the Earth stops moving and the weight of its gravity pulls you down, deeper than you ever thought possible. You tumble farther than you ever imagined falling… And when the sun goes black and your heart feels empty, starting over seems like an impossible feat… You’re not alone. Twenty-Two Authors have joined together in this collection of short stories about fresh starts and second chances to help illustrate that even when life takes away everything, and when hope is a horizon you think you’ll never catch, it is possible to Begin Again. *All Proceeds will be donated to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and NAMI* Featuring short stories by: A.M. Johnson Stephanie Rose J.A. DeRouen Ginger Scott Anne Jolin Ariadne Wayne Emery Jacobs M. Andrews K.P. Haigh K. Renee Maria MacDonald Faith Andrews K.K. Allen Mara White Autumn Grey Josephine Brierley Amanda Richardson Stephie Walls Jaci Wheeler Stephanie Alba L.A. Taylor Foreword by Rebecca Yarros
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3.5 Stars - Worth a Reader's Time
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I'm going to be honest here and tell you that I am still reading the anthology - as of now I am about 40% through and I have enjoyed what I have read. Of what I have read so far, I would say that some of the stories fall into various stages of complete. There have been a couple of chapters with no context, pieces that are teasers for full length books to come, and complete short stories.
Some of the pieces are dark, some are hopeful, but all have the underlying message of moving forward. Anthologies like this - are almost auto buys for me. For starters, there are authors I love in here.Then there is the fact that proceeds go to a worthy cause, but this is also a good way to meet authors whose work I might have read otherwise.
I'm am very much looking forward to what the other pieces of the anthology have to say.