I am delighted to announce that Kizuna – Fiction for Japan, is now available for the Kindle. This is a charity project benefiting orphanages in one of the regions badly affected by the terrible earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan earlier this year. The editor is the tireless Brent Millis, who has put together a huge number of 1,000-word-or-less stories from over seventy writers, including the legendary Michael Moorcock.
A print version will follow soon, but if you want to grab the ebook now, head over to Amazon US or Amazon UK to purchase a copy. 100% of the proceeds will go to Smile Kids Japan, a charity working directly with children living in orphanages in the Tohoku region.
The collection itself is multi-genre and contains a huge variety of international writers. My own story, Not Alone in the Dark, is included. I urge you to buy a copy, you are sure to find something to make it worth your money.
I’ll let you know when the print version is available. In the meantime, check Kizuna’s website for the latest information.