BLEED “taps into that dark, universal fear that lives inside of every human”

Dorothea Brooke has written a five-star review of BLEED, a charity anthology from Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing benefiting the National Children’s Cancer Society:

Support the National Children's Cancer Society with BLEED.

Support the National Children’s Cancer Society with BLEED.

If you’re bored by the torture porn of modern day horror movies and you’ve reread your favorites until you’ve committed them to memory, do yourself a favor and read this anthology. It’s fresh. It’s intimate. It challenges you to consider what you value most. It taps into that dark, universal fear that lives inside of every human. It forces you to recall the depth and breadth of your emotions.

If you have experienced the real-life horror of watching helplessly and exhaustedly while a loved one suffered or you have been the one to drop through a black hole of despair or you simply want to know that someone else has seen your demons, you will find what you are looking for in these pages.

I faced my terror and found my solace in:

When you’ve finished reading your favorite stories from this anthology, go hug your sons and daughters; kiss your parents and grandparents; send a note to your close friends and anyone else you love. And know that you are not alone.

Edited by Lori Michelle, BLEED features the following stories, poems, and essays:

Support the fight against childhood cancer by picking up a copy of BLEED in paperbackKindle, or Nook today.

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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