Stories For Home Vol.2 Anthology – Dedicated to the victims and survivors of the Grenfell Tower

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Hello everyone,

I am sure that no one will ever forget the #GrenfellTower tragedy. The building still stands today charred and empty, and a side reminder of all the lives lost.

“Stories of Home Vol2 is a very special anthology dedicated to the victims and survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire 14 June 2017. You will never be forgotten.”

 

“The Tiger Who Came Back”

I was browsing through the table of content of this fabulous anthology when my eyes rested on “The Tiger Who Came Back”.From the first few lines you will think you can read in between and be convinced that you can guess how it ends. But it really is not as it seems.

This short tale, is a lovely reminder that while in our lifetime we become everything to everyone, the real you is always there and that sometimes it will come out again when you least expect it.

Summary:

Published and unpublished writers come together to create an anthology of stories about what ‘home’ means.

55 writers are included in a second charity anthology that brings issues around housing, poverty and crisis to life through the power of storytelling. Volume One of the Stories for Homes Project raised over £3K for housing charity Shelter and raised awareness of housing issues.  Volume Two of the anthology includes stories, poems and flash fiction and again all proceeds will be donated to the charity.

Information about the Book

Name: Stories for Homes volume 2

Release Date: 28th September 2017

In Support of: Shelter Charity

In Response to: Grenfell Tower

Format: Ebook

Link: http://storiesforhomes.wordpress.com

 

 

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