Love Letters anthology 2020

Hi, I know I’ve been offline again. I’m one of those people who, once they get sick, is just sick for the rest of the winter. So I’ve been muddling through. But I have some great news to share and Valentines day seemed like the perfect day to share it.

I’ve been published again!

Loveletters coverFrom the 2020 Love Letters Short Stories Challenge, here are fourteen stories, letters and poems about love: love lost, love remembered, and love to be!
Our authors accepted a Challenge to write a story 1500 words or less about the theme: Love Letters. There were no guidelines about what they were to write about, so each author took a different approach.
They’ve written a collection of stories that will break your heart, give you hope, and make you smile!
Also included is a chapter about our past Challenge winners; what they’re up to and how they felt about the Challenges they participated in!

 

The Kindle is: https://amzn.to/2UJlzZG

and the paperback is: https://amzn.to/2UKGXhm.

My Contribution to this anthology is titled “Letters Of Tragedy.”

The story contains three love letters  all connected by the same famous  disaster at sea. The letters tell of three doomed relationships, all terribly romantic and all terribly tragic.

A repentant lover asking for a second chance, A hopeful suitor asking for a happy ending, and a loyal husband looking to save his wife.

Taken by themselves each letter is an ode to love and full of hope for a bright future.

But once the full truth about the historic disaster is revealed, they all take on a sad and melancholy meaning. A reminder that tomorrow is never promised and that not all endings are happy.

I am so excited for how this story experiment turned out. I don’t want to spoil anything by giving away the name of the ship though I’m sure it won’t be hard for you to guess.

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Do you want to be in one of these challenge anthologies? Sign up to learn about future challenges here: http://challenge-interest.mfranciktheauthor.com/

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