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Somewhere Out There: Indie Authors in Support of Immigrant Families: A Charity Anthology

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The more than 150 independent authors, editors, artists, and promoters involved in this charity volume series are donating 100% of all net proceeds to non-profit organizations supporting immigrant families detained at the United States borders, particularly charities working to reunite children separated from parents and organizations working to provide legal and humanitar ...more
Kindle Edition, 118 pages
Published August 21st 2018 by Bathory Gate Press
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This amazing compendium written by over 150 indie authors, editors, artists and more who have united to raise awareness and more importantly, funds to help immigrant families with aid and other issues and give their support to immigrant children separated from their parents or families with no other means of surviving disasters of every imaginable type.
The glorious result of these authors' efforts and imagination is contained within and includes 9
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Sebanti
Aug 19, 2018 rated it it was amazing
The more than 150 independent authors, editors, artists, and promoters involved in this charity volume series are donating 100% of all net proceeds to non-profit organizations supporting immigrant families detained at the United States borders, particularly charities working to reunite children separated from parents and organizations working to provide legal and humanitarian aid. Our goal is to help keep immigrant families together and unincarcerated. (Watch this space for information about spe ...more
Myriam
Aug 21, 2018 rated it it was amazing
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This review only refers to Queen of the Animals by Amir Lane
This was yet again an amazing short story, beautifully written as anticipated, and with an unexpected twist only this author is capable of delivering. There is contemplation of returning to nature and there is magic, but nothing paranormal, just the magic of nature. The main character is strong, resilient and definitely a fighter, not a quitter. Her internal monologues are as satirical  and fantastic as is the plot. I loved every moment
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Marci Mathers
Aug 20, 2018 rated it it was amazing
These amazing professionals have heart as well as talent.
John&JoAnna Poster
Aug 21, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: my-books
No other collection of stories could be more comprehensive or necessary.
The writers of "Somewhere Out There" have incredible gifts and fresh ideas that can feel the struggles of immigration to band together and help the families. I enjoyed reading this book not only for what it stood for, but the stories were well written and absorbing.
Stacy Stewart
Aug 24, 2018 rated it it was amazing
The Anthology “Somewhere Out There” was a very good read.
My favorite story in the book was the excerpt “The Devil Doubles Down” by Judith Anderson.
It was suspenseful, intriguing, and most of all, it concluded from the first book.
Julie
Aug 26, 2018 rated it liked it
Nice anthology for a good cause. Good place to find the prequel story to RA Steffan's The Horse Mistress quartet.
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