SHAKEN: STORIES FOR JAPAN for a good cause!

Timothy Hallinan, the Edgar-nominated author, invited a number of authors to participate in the first ever charity e-book anthology. The book is called SHAKEN: STORIES FOR JAPAN, and 100% of the money raised from sales goes directly to the 2011 Japan Relief Fund through the Japan America Society of Southern California. Twenty of us donated short stories that touch on some aspect of Japan or Japanese culture. Mine is entitled "Coolie", and is set directly in the aftermath of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. The book sells on Kindle for $3.99, and I hope you'll consider purchasing it. If, like me, you don't own a Kindle, you can download the software for your PC or Mac for free from Amazon. Here's the link to SHAKEN.


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