Indie Authors Make A Difference

From Mark Coker’s post on Huffington Post:

On the morning of January 19, one week after the earthquake in Haiti, indie author Greg McQueen found himself feeling helpless.

From his home in Denmark, the U.K. transplant, like millions across the globe, was wracked with grief as he watched the tragedy unfold in Haiti. He wanted to help.

Then inspiration struck. In span of a few hours, starting with a video he entitled, Dear Twitterverse,” McQueen conceived of a book project titled, “100 Stories for Haiti,” in which he’d call upon authors around the globe to contribute stories of 1,000 words or less for an anthology to benefit Haiti.

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