Monday, August 8, 2016

The Thing That Turned Me



A diverse group of authors, bloggers, speakers and editors has come together to bring you a unique collection of writings: “The Thing that Turned Me,” an anthology revolving around the people, places and things in our lives that ‘turn’ us, or cause us to change in some way.

A patchwork quilt of talent collaborates on this new and exciting project, inviting a singular synergy to the anthology that will leave you turning pages without delay. Works within the anthology range from Science Fiction and Fantasy to Creative Non-Fiction, and beyond. Poetry blends with prose in this variegated ensemble of stories, poems and essays.

“The Thing That Turned Me” is soon to be available in paperback and ebook.

Imani Allen - “Rehema”
Michelle Athy - “The Disappearance of Miss Mary Dawkins”
Madalyn Beck - “Hard to Love”
Diane Carlisle - “The Window”
Alex J. Cavanaugh - “CassaDawn”
Crystal Collier - “The Shadow King’s Pet”
Cathrina Constantine - “Rising Star~Falling Heart”
Michael Di Gesu - “Through Shades of Gray”
Tonja Drecker - “A Glowworm”
Deanie Humphrys-Dunne - “The Journey”
Sherry Ellis - “Finding My Voice”
Elise Fallson - “Deadly Encounters”
Heather M. Gardner - “Before We Break”
Samantha Redstreake Geary - “Don’t be Koi”
Misha Gerrick - “Ryan”
Krystal Hillsman - “Broken Wings”
Celeste Holloway - “Shadows Falling on Rainbows”
Harper L. Jameson - “The Blanket”
Randi Lee - “Off the Horse”
Terrance Dwayne Mack - “When I Went Crazy”
K.D. Martin - “Invariant”
Tyrean Martinson - “Letting Go: A Siren Song”
Melissa Maygrove - “Malice”
Nana Prah - “Finding the Light”
Christine Rains - “George and the Dragon”
Melanie Schulz - “The Reader”
Elizabeth Seckman - “Shifting Sands”
Tara Tyler - “The Day Dave Broke the Internet”
Jenny Vyas - Artwork for “Don’t be Koi”
Michelle Wallace - “Shades of Deception”
L. Diane Wolfe - “Revelation”
Roland Yeomans - “Wednesday’s Child”

13 comments:

  1. Is it out yet? I haven't heard anything.

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  2. Sounds like a great list of authors.

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  3. Thanks for visiting!

    Alex, it was supposed to be out on the 5th, but I haven't heard anything either. I had this post pre-scheduled ages ago, and forgot to go in to edit it. Hopefully it will be out very soon!

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  4. Wow, lots of authors and stories! Nice to see it's coming out soon.

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  5. When can we get a copy? Very nice to see it here today.

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  6. It is so exciting to see so many familiar names. Looking forward to reading everyone's piece.

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  7. How exciting! Love seeing so many amazing authors listed here. This will no doubt be a fantastic anthology!

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  8. Great concept! It makes me think about how differently people's lives might turn out if not for seemingly small occurrances that greatly effect their life later on down the road:)

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  9. Congrats all on new release. Lots of good stories here. Read the ARC.
    Juneta @ Writer's Gambit

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  10. What a lineup! Congrats to all the writers.

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  11. That is an awesome list of authors. I know almost everyone! :D How did I not hear about this anthology when it was open for submissions? Darn.

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