The Lost Children – A Charity Anthology. OUT NOW!!

This is one of the best anthologies to come out in a long time.  Why, you ask?  Because every penny/cent made from it is going to 2 charities: Children 1st in Scotland and PROTECT in the USA.

The idea came about by Fiona Johnson and Thomas Pluck, backed by Ron Earl Phillips on his Flash Fiction Friday website.

The response to it was awesome, with over 45 stories submitted.  It was then decided to do the anthology with 30 of the best stories.  The result is the above ebook.

In no particular order, the following writers have given their time and stories to the cause:  David Ackley, Kevin Aldrich, David Barber, Lynn Beighley, Seamus Bellamy, Paul D. Brazill, Sif Dal, James Lloyd Davis, Roberto C. Garcia, Susan Gibb, Nancy A. Hansen, K.V. Hardy, Gill Hoffs, Fiona “McDroll” Johnson, J.F. Juzwik, MaryAnne Kolton, Benoit Lelievre, Veronica Marie Lewis-Shaw, Vinod Narayan, Paula Pahnke, Ron Earl Phillips, Thomas Pluck, Sam Rasnake, JP Reese, Chad Rohrbacher, Susan Tepper, Luca Veste, Michael Webb, Nicolette Wong and Erin Zulkoski.

I urge you to go and buy this book…NOW!!

Kindle UK.
Kindle USA.

Now available from Barnes & Noble for all Nook users.  Click here.

Click here for links to all other formats and downloads.

I’d personally like to say a big thanks to Thomas, Fiona and Ron Earl for all their hard work in putting this together.

Also a special thank you to Danielle Tunstall who donated the photograph for the book cover.  Check her amazing work here.

And a big thank you goes to Thomas’s wife Sarah who designed the fantastic book cover.

Let’s all help put smiles back on the faces of young children!


Filed under a charity anthology, children 1st, danielle tunstall, fiona johnson, kindle, protect, ron earl phillips, sarah bennett, the lost children, thomas pluck

6 responses to “The Lost Children – A Charity Anthology. OUT NOW!!

  1. Thank you, David!It is also available directly from Barnes & Noble for Nook users:

  2. How could anyone NOT want a copy?But is it avaiable on paper for those of us who don't kindlenook?

  3. Been hearing lots about this around the web. Sounds/looks like a real winner. Congrats/respect to all the authors for doing it, incuding you, Dave!

  4. Most excellent! Congrats to all of you… I'm very proud of all of you for participating in this. Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful.

  5. Gita – yes, you can get a PDF copy at Smashwords and then you can print it al out!!David – thanks so much for your promotion! xx

  6. A print on demand copy is in the works, but you can read Kindle online at; just go to Kindle, then Cloud Reader.You can also download the PDF at Smashwords and read it in Adobe Acrobat Reader.

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