#OMP Blog — Words Written to Change Lives
This week’s blog is “Lost Weekend” by John Nedwill
If you have been following the One Million Project, you probably know the story of Jason Greenfield, a writer in the UK, who spearheaded the concept of what has become a global initiative of writers, artists, musicians, media persons, and volunteers brought together to raise money for Cancer Research UK and EMMAUS.
The One Million Project is pleased to announce that the Frances Connelly book- So, You Say I Can’t Vote by Sheena Macleod and Laura Linham – is now available for purchase on Amazon. Cover painting by Sally A Barr and cover design by Susan Saltos. All proceeds from this book after publishing costs go to the One Million Project, to help produce, market and promote their books, art and music. Thanks to everyone involved.
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Our short story anthologies written by over 100 writers have been recently published (links below) with all proceeds being donated to the organizations listed above to combat cancer and homelessness.
If you are a Kindle Unlimited member, you can read the complete anthology for FREE, and KU proceeds are donated along with the proceeds from the sale of our anthologies.
Our volunteer authors love to see reviews, and every review helps to make the One Million Project’s books more visible to Amazon customers, assisting us in our mission to raise One Million Pounds / Dollars for EMMAUS Homeless Programs and Cancer Research UK.
Our blog page is devoted to the topics of cancer, homelessness and the creative spirit. We are fortunate to have a dedicated group of writers who provide their talents each week to make a difference in the lives of others. I hope you enjoy it!
- Raymond St. Elmo
- Moinak Das
- Michele Potter
- Mark Huntley-James
- Christine Larsen
- John Nedwill
- Akje Majdanek
- Kristen Wilson
- Nera Hart
- Twyla Spurgeon
- Sebnem Sanders
- Melissa Volker
- Patsy Jawo
- Nancy PS Hopp
- Kate McGinn
“No matter what anybody tells you, words and ideas can change the world.” ~ John Keating