Release Blitz: Fractured Fairy Tales by Various Authors

Fractured Fairy Tales
by Jennifer L. Allen, CG Burnette, Lexi C Foss and Cora Kenborn, 
Samatha Harris, Abigail Lee Justice, Ava Harper Kent, Carolyn LaRoche, 
Erin Lee, Morgan and Jennifer Locklear, Lora Logan, 
Kiki Malone, Amy Marie, Cee Marie, Julie Mishler, ME Montgomery
Julie Morgan, Kira Nyte, Sidonia Rose, and Maria Vickers
Release Date: March 17, 2020

About Fractured Fairy Tales
Once upon a time… 

Happily ever after… 

All of the fairy tales we know and love begin and end the same, but what if they were altered? Fractured? Would the magic still happen? Does that happy ending still come at the stroke of midnight or with a kiss?

Join this group of SaSSy authors as they take you on a journey, weaving their own magic and putting a spin on the fairytales we all know and love to support Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Make-A-Wish Foundation creates life-changing wishes for children with a critical illness who have reached the age of 2½ and are younger than 18 at the time of referral.

The anthology will only be available collectively in eBook. Each story will be available individually from the author in paperback.

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About the Make-A-Wish Foundation

A wish experience can be a game-changer for a child with a critical illness. 

This one belief guides us in everything we do at Make-A-Wish. It inspires us to grant life-changing wishes for children going through so much. It compels us to be creative in exceeding the expectations of every wish kid. It drives us to make our donated resources go as far as possible. Most of all, it's the founding principle of our vision to grant the wish of every eligible child.

This is our mission: Together, we create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.

Wishes are more than just a nice thing. And they are far more than gifts, or singular events in time. Wishes impact everyone involved—wish kids, volunteers, donors, sponsors, medical professionals and communities. For wish kids, just the act of making their wish come true can give them the courage to comply with their medical treatments. Parents might finally feel like they can be optimistic. And still others might realize all they have to offer the world through volunteer work or philanthropy. 

Visit the Make-A-Wish Foundation website.


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