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Guest Post: Paws for a Tale Press Release

Paws for a Tale

A Sudden Insight Publishing anthology, benefitting the SPCA

Olivehurst, CA: Sudden Insight Publishing is proud to announce the release of Paws for a Tale, a charity anthology benefitting the SPCA. All profits from this book will be donated to the SPCA, in honor of all of the wonderful

things they do for abused and abandoned animals.

Eight short stories from eight indie authors. While these stories tie-in to a series or book the authors have previously published, they all stand on their own.

• Michael R. Stern tells us just what God created in “Selections from The Gospel According to Saint Skeeter”.

• Megan O’Russell shares the origin of one of the most enigmatic characters from her The Tethering series in “The Forgotten Gray”.

• Adam Dreece tells us more about Richelle Pieman in “Snappy & Dashing”, a companion tale to his The Yellow Hoods series.

• L.G. Surgeson shows us the creation of a Black River Chronicle continent in “At the Birth of Light: A Creation Myth from Another World”.

• J.K. Norry brings us into the world of the First Walker in “The Walker’s Way”, a companion tale to his Walking Between Worlds trilogy.

• Beth Gualda shares a sweet story about what an angel can do for you during a heat wave in “Summer Snow”, featuring characters from her Moonlit Wings series.

• Linda Deane tells the story of Angel, a very special cat with a very special mission, in “Ice Angel”, a selection from her Angel Cats series.

• David M. Kelly shows us how a dog can keep you young in “How Much Is That Doggy?”, a selection from his Dead Reckonings and Other Stories collection.

This ebook is available now from Amazon, Inktera, Kobo, Nook, and Scribd, for just $2.99. Learn more about our anthology authors and their pets at

About Sudden Insight Publishing: Indie publishing for the indie author. Now offering individual author services and publishing packages, for the author that wants full control over their books.

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