BLEED is “one of the best anthologies” this year

Rena Mason, author of THE EVOLUTIONIST, has written a review of BLEED, a charity anthology which includes my short story, “The Funeral Portrait”:

Support the National Children's Cancer Society with BLEED.

Support the National Children’s Cancer Society with BLEED.

BLEED is one of the best anthologies of collected works I’ve read this year and maybe ever. The bonus being that it is for such a good cause. The introduction is very heartfelt and hopeful. There are so many great pieces it’s very difficult to pick and choose favorites, but the first story, “With Paper Armour and Wooden Sword” [by Tracie McBride] is very well done, and was a bit of tear jerker for me. “Sludge” [by Stan Swanson] is another favorite, as was “Ears” [by Eli Wilde], “Dance of the Blue Lady” [by Gene O’Neill], “King Rat” [by James Dorr] “All the Sludge” [by Benjamin Kane Ethridge], and “Never Enough” [J. David Anderson] (which was the perfect end piece, because of the first story). Honestly, I could list the entire table of contents. The essays and poetry pieces are fantastic. I truly can’t recommend this book enough. It’s a great mix of works.

Support the The National Children’s Cancer Society by picking up a paperbackKindle, or Nook edition of BLEED, featuring the following stories, poems, and essays:

Christian A. Larsen is the author of LOSING TOUCH, featuring a foreword by New York Times bestselling author Piers Anthony, now available in paperback and ebook formats from Post Mortem Press.

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