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Seventy-six writers connected to the Seton Hill University Writing Popular Fiction program have created a multi-genre charity anthology entitled Hazard Yet Forward. All proceeds from this project will benefit Donna Munro, a 2004 graduate of the program. Munro, a teacher living in St. Louis, Missouri, was recently diagnosed with breast cancer.

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Kindle Edition, 717 pages
Published August 5th 2012 by Hazard Yet Forward Project in cooperation with Evergreen Syndicate
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Heidi Miller
This charity anthology for writer Donna Munro has 700 pages of short stories in multiple genres from 70 contributors. Many of these authors are award-winning writers associated with Seton Hill University's Writing Popular Fiction program. It's a great book for a wonderful cause.
Jennifer
This is a long book, packed with great stories. I haven't finished it yet but have enjoyed every story so far!
Christine Edison
A cool collection put together for a good cause.

Soon after the June writers' retreat at Seton Hill University, the alumni learned that one of the retreat organizers, Donna Munro, had just been diagnosed with breast cancer. A call went out for people to submit stories for a collection to help Donna while she undergoes treatment. More than 70 writers responded, and the whole collection was put together in an astonishing five weeks.

The collection reflects the diverse genre writings of the authors
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Diane
Oct 28, 2013 Diane rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
I read this while I should have been getting ready for my new teaching semester. I couldn't stop myself. Story after story pulled me until I came upon the end in surprise--you don't get the same warning about the conclusion in an ebook that you do in a paperback. I was so sad there wasn't more. I went back and reread some of my favorites. Donna Munro's story was sheer excellence. My story held up, I thought, but some standouts stories by Timons Esaias, Mike Arnzen, John Dixon and Adam Brown, Lee ...more
Meg Mims
Sep 12, 2012 Meg Mims rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
This anthology is such a treat. Disclosure -- my short story, Seafire (YA medieval fantasy) is in this collection. But that doesn't stop me from posting this because I looked forward to reading the other great offerings in so many different genres! From Timons Esaias "Full Contact" about aliens and baseball, to the many horror styles (subtle and not so subtle) of Mike Arnzen, Nikki Hopeman, Leadie Flowers, Kristin Dearborn and others, to fantasy by David Corwell and Alexa Grave, urban paranormal ...more
Mike Mehalek
Jan 25, 2014 Mike Mehalek rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
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This anthology features my story "The Turnpike" and fits in well with the many genres featured here. I enjoyed every story here and if you like reading a little bit of everything, this is for you. In addition, all sales go to a great cause--helping a fellow writer, currently fighting cancer
Natalie Duvall
I have to admit up front that I am one of the books "compilers." That said, the stories in here are EXCELLENT.

My favorites:
Matt Duvall
Tanya Twombly
Lawrence C. Connolly
AG Devitt
Sally Bosco
CA Jacobs
Nikki Hopeman

Okay, actually, I'm going to stop, because I will seriously list all of them!
Matt
Disclaimer: I am one of the editors/contributors. However, with so many great stories in here you're bound to find some new favorites. Plus, since it's a charity anthology, it's more than worth the price.
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