As we wrestle our way through Covid-19, it’s easy to forget about other circumstances that preceded it, and I want to make sure that Australia hasn’t been forgotten about. Just before things went down with this new virus, these pictures were all over the internet and social media sites:
Our hearts broke for Australia. Many lives were lost and properties were destroyed. Men and women worked tirelessly to save what they could. I couldn’t imagine being on the front lines of something like that. It’s hard when you are trained to do a job, but, yet, feel powerless to do it against such a brutal force of nature. Still, the first responders didn’t give up. They worked hard—endlessly—but the job doesn’t end with them. Rebuilding and bringing life back to a devastated land takes support from everyone.
And to help do that, thirteen authors and Little Quail Press have banded together to bring you
a charity anthology called Slow Burn. All proceeds from the sales of this book will go to the NSW Rural Fire Service to help support the First Responders in their efforts to rebuild and protect their amazing country. We would like to ask you to join with us and get twelve Australia-based stories in the process for your reading enjoyment. It’s a win-win in my eyes. 😀
“Australia is burning, and the heroes between these pages are going to save it. Amazing authors have banded together to bring you smoking hot firefighter romances to support bush fire relief. From rural Australian settings to the world of mages and shifters, these stories will have you heating up — for more than one reason.
Proceeds from this anthology go towards the NSW Rural Fire Services to help rebuild after the devastation of our summer bushfire season here in Australia.”
Official release date: May 31, 2020 (currently up for pre-order)
Click here to purchase Slow Burn
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2 thoughts on “Crazy World”
I definitely ordered my copy of (slow burn) to support beautiful Australia. It’s so wonderful and amazing you’re a part of this my dear. The world is our oyster and we must pull together to protect the beauty of it. With all this crazy pandemic we really need to work together to make a difference “one step at a time”.
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Things really have gone crazy this year. If we can all pull together, we’ll come out stronger in the end. I hope people start putting others before themselves.