The Creative Cafe Cabal Charity Anthology – The Cruelest Month all proceeds to American Cancer Society

The Cruelest MonthThe writing group I belong to the Creative Cafe Cabal, produced an Anthology Novel throughout the month of April, under the collective theme of Cruellest Month from the TS Eliot poem. Five writers stepped up to the challenge and produced five very distinct, but captivating stories, that are all linked by one common thread; they are all cruel in some form or fashion.

The proceeds from this Creative Cafe Cabal Anthology novel – The Cruelest Month all go to benefit American Cancer Society. Thank you for looking and I hope you pick this novel up and enjoy the stories, and the cruelty within.

The mystery story “Clerical Error” by Tom Fowler leads off the anthology. It features private investigator C.T. Ferguson, who investigates the violent murder of a young secretary at the behest of her older sister. Batting second is Nyckei Harris, with “Endless Summer,” a look at a gritty, parched, and (of course) cruel post-apocalyptic future. Next, you’ll read “Careful Wishing” by Victoria Durm, which takes the old maxim of “be careful what you wish for because you just might get it” and applies it to a pair of desperate children in an orphanage. Amanda Alamain’s “A Month Without That Dick” is next. It’s a very real look at the subtle and not-so-subtle ways people are cruel to each other in relationships. Last, but certainly not least, Nick Davis gives us “Exposition,” a look at the zany and cruel ways writer’s block can manifest when a deadline looms (and passes).

Stories by Tom Fowler, Nyckei Harris, Victoria Durm, Amanda Alamain and Nick Davis. The Cruelest Month is available on the Kindle, Nook and in multiple eReader format at Smashwords.

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Just an Englishman lost in the USA who happens to write now and again... Anyone got a cup of tea?

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