Six Sentence Sunday

To raise awareness of the plight of people affected by the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, I have chosen one of my works in the pipeline, Lifeline Echoes, about the relationship between an LA firefighter trapped in the rubble after an earthquake, and his voice lifeline, the EMS operator on the other end of the radio.

“You should turn off your radio, save the battery.”

“It’ll be all right for a while yet.” He was obviously reluctant to let go of the human contact. “It’s black as pitch down here, Angel. It’s disorienting. Knowing you’re out there helps some with that.”

Pass on this link or share another link to aid for Japan, and let me know about it, and I will enter you in a drawing for a free PDF copy of my current release, Heartsight, available through Astraea Press (winner to be announced at 6 p.m. EST Monday).

Each copy of Heartsight purchased from the Astraea Press website from March 1 to June 1 will generate a $2 donation to the USO Wounded Warrior Program.

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