Somewhere Out There: Indie Authors in Support of Immigrant Families A Charity Anthology

Pop by to learn more about this amazing charity anthology ‘Somewhere Out There’ written by over 150 independent authors in support of immigrant families and 100% of net proceeds go to charities! Courtesy of Xpresso Book Tours.

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Title: Somewhere Out There
Series: A Charity Anthology
AuthorIndie Authors in Support of Immigrant Families
Genre: Adult, Contemporary
Release Date: August 21st 2018

About The Book: 

Somewhere Out There- Indie Authors in Support of Immigrant Families A Charity Anthology book coverThe more than 150 independent authors, editors, artists, and promoters involved in this charity volume series are donating 100% of all net proceeds to non-profit organizations supporting immigrant families detained at the United States borders, particularly charities working to reunite children separated from parents and organizations working to provide legal and humanitarian aid. Our goal is to help keep immigrant families together and unincarcerated. (Watch this space for information about specific charities!)

The stories included range from contemporary romance to urban fantasy to paranormal romance to horror to comedy, and beyond–they’re as varied as the families and people whose dreams we want to support. The contributors come from all over the world, highlighting the international scope of this issue.

The stories we tell can help define who we are. Help us tell one of an international author and reader community coming together to support immigrant families.

Get your copy today!

Purchase: Amazon

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*Note from Rae @ DOP – Since this book is written by so many incredible authors, there’s no way to include every one of them in this post. I do urge you all to check out Somewhere Out There and see if it’s a book for you, 100% of the proceeds go to charity. Immigration is something that means a lot to me, personally, and I am happy to be sharing this book with you all. Enjoy!

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