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Cover Reveal! Kissed by an Angel Anthology

19 Nov
Happy Thursday! I have had the privilege of writing a short story for an anthology which will be published December 13th of this year. The stories in the anthology all have children as main characters and they have special abilities.
The concept of the anthology started when Robyn Campbell and her writing buddies tossed around the idea of doing a book to benefit the Sturge-Weber Foundation. Ms. Campbell’s son, and my friend, Christopher was born with Sturge-Weber.
Sturge-Weber Syndrome is a rare brain disorder. It is characterized by a port-wine birthmark. It can cause seizures, paralysis, stroke, blood clots, glaucoma, and a host of other problems. The Sturge-Weber Foundation is a place where parents can go to find information. ~ Robyn Campbell.
 

In total, eleven authors contributed to the book:

Catherine Johnson, Lynn Kelley, Yvette Carol, Suzy Levinson, Vivian Kirkfield, Ellen Warach Leventhal, Hope Lim, Theresa Milstein, Cheryl Secomb, Erik Weibel and Robyn Campbell.

The stories are all marvelously different and captivating.
Here’s the blurb:
 
Wander with us onto a magical island ship, uncover an amazing secret, and solve a very fishy mystery. Discover a World War II codebreaker, captivating garden, time machine, undercover agents, bug master, plus more. And meet a special boy who was kissed by an angel.
I had a lot of fun writing the story for the anthology. Mine is titled The Accidental Agents. It was very cool to see what each author came up with. Mark your calendars for the 13th when the book is released!
 
All proceeds from the sale of the book go to support research at the Sturge-Weber Foundation. If you’d like to learn a bit more – check out Robyn Campbell’s post HERE.
 
Now the cover reveal!
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