Showing posts with label Elspeth Morrison. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Elspeth Morrison. Show all posts

Monday, 11 May 2015

Re-launch Something Short

Something Short came out in 2014 and was used to raise funds to send a volunteer from the Stafford centre in Edinburgh to Belarus. (See previous blogs for the whole story.) Since then this book has been sitting on the virtual shelf, not doing much. I’m currently involved in another book of short stories for MacMillan nurses. This has been expertly organised by the writer Ian Moore (writer of Salby damned-see earlier blog for a review) So I decided to give Something Short a re-launch, but this time involve the charity and do things hopefully a little more professional. I’ve added a new cover:

And a page explaining who the proceeds go to:
All profits from the sale of this book are being donated to the Support in Mind Scotland charity. Support in Mind Scotland, seek to support and empower all those affected by mental illness, including family members, carers and supporters. Details can be found on their website:
Charity N° SC 013649

 Support in Mind is the charity that runs the Stafford centre so we continue with supporting them. If you already bought the book, we would like to thank you and ask if you want to write a review on Amazon. If you haven’t, please do so now as Support in Mind Scotland does some excellent work. Here is the link to Amazon:

Wednesday, 14 May 2014


It has been a while since my last post, but some times you just need to prioritise and I'm afraid the blog fell by the way side. I have been busy editing and getting a bundle of short stories ready for publication. I'm so pleased that Something short is now available from Amazon:

So why Belarus I hear you ask? Elspeth my friend and co-author has a friend that is trying to raise £500 to go out to Belarus and help build a play park at an orphanage. We hope to help this wonderful charity; stand international with the proceeds of this book. This charity works with children that have been affected by the Chernobyl fall-out.

We are selling the book at $1.30 which means after tax and Amazon deduct we have royalties of $0.30 so we need to sell a lot of books to make any impact. I would like to call on my followers to share this post, buy the book (its only $1.30!!) or do a review.

Many thanks for helping out!