Upcoming Anthology Publication: Oct. 1, 2022

A new anthology containing two stories from the talented writer and blogger, Liz Guffreau. It is available on the first of October. Please read the original post for more details and buying links.

Elizabeth Gauffreau

Click on the above image to preorder the ebook from Amazon.

I am very excited to share that two of my short stories will be included in an upcoming short story anthology, Distant Flickers: Stories of Identity & Loss: 

  • “Norfolk, Virginia, 1975: East Ocean View”
  • “Diary Omissions: The House on Edgewood Road.” 

To get a feel for the anthology as a whole, check out the video. I’m in very good company!

Would You Like to Help Spread the Word about the Anthology?

The Distant Flickers contributors are looking for a few blog “spotlights” to help launch the book during the months of October and November. To make it easy on anyone interested in doing a spotlight, we will provide the following:

  • Blog Header Graphic
  • Smaller Graphic
  • Book Cover
  • Book Blurb
  • Book Trailer
  • Short Excerpt (A different one for each spotlight post)
  • Universal buy link for the anthology
  • Meet the Contributors’…

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28 thoughts on “Upcoming Anthology Publication: Oct. 1, 2022

    1. Sorry, I clicked before finishing. I know pretty soon, you’ll be accepted in one as well – or do you think you’ll put your own stories into a collection of their own?

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      1. I might publish my favourites in a short story collection one day, GP. A few of my articles have been published in magazines over the years, and one short story. But it would be nice to see my name on a cover. 🙂
        Best wishes, Pete.

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  1. Man, I have been badly burned by the last two accomplished Indie author “compilations” I’ve picked up. A buck apiece won’t kill me, but time is a diminishing gift and Indie author shares are often a circle jerk. So, having said my piece, I will await your HONEST review of the anthology. I like Liz’s stuff, but I liked some other’s as well until they stuck their foot in the well of short story “anthologies.” Best of luck to Liz, though. Like we said in the music business “All we co do is hope it doesn’t suck much.”

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    1. I have so many blogger’s books languishing unread on my Amazon Fire/ Kindle, it might be a very long time until I read and review this, Phil.
      But it is cheaper than a crap coffee from Starbucks, so money well-spent, in my humble opinion.
      Best wishes, Pete.

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