Wednesday, January 15, 2014

The Kiss - an anthology

Years ago when I began working toward becoming an author, I could just imagine the feeling of what it would be like to publish a book. I thought it would be thrilling. And I was right. There is nothing like seeing your own book out there for people to read. You know what else is thrilling? Telling people about it.

After writing for twenty-five years and having my name attached to eight books, I know it is still exciting to see a new book published. Today, a group of 31 very talented authors have again published an anthology, and I count myself lucky to be among them. Look for my own story, A Kiss Through Time.



noun, plural an·thol·o·gi1.

1. a book or other collection of selected writings by various authors, usually in the same literary form, of the same period, or on the same subject: an anthology of Elizabethan drama; an anthology of modern philosophy. 

 In this work you will find some of the  best writing you will have read in the past year. But, don't let the title fool you! This isn't just a mish-mash of romantic tales that just the women will read.

A kiss is a simple communication. It can also be an exchange, a betrayal, an assault, a promise, a hope...or it could be a goodbye. The intimacy of a kiss cannot be denied. Whether shared, stolen or simply dreamed of, its recipient will be affected. Thirty-one stories by authors from around the world will tease your imagination as you anticipate ‘The Kiss’ in each weird or wonderful tale.

Special thanks to C.A. Newsome for her diligence in collecting the works, and her patience in putting up with the other thirty of us, and to Elizabeth Mackey for a simply dynamite cover design.

Click the Smashwords link and you'll be there. And one other's FREE!
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