Huzzah!!! We're live on Amazon!!! AND IT'S RELEASE DAY!!! YAY!! This beauty is over 6000 pages long! Can you believe it?
Here's a note from the authors of the anthology:
Dear Lovely Readers,
We have to apologize to you for the delay in the Amazon release of Sunflower Season. Unfortunately, our preorders at the vender were canceled. The fabulous news is that we have a new Amazon and universal link to share with you!
As authors, we are committed to raising as much money as possible for this charity. If you purchased your copy through Amazon, you were not charged for that canceled pre-order, and so we humbly ask if you would consider ordering the book again.
We’re so sorry to create additional work for you, but we want to make sure we do our part for the people suffering in Ukraine. Thank you so much for your understanding and your efforts. Being part of this reader/writer community is such a gift. For those of you who ordered from other vendors, your copy should be available now. Thank you again for your continued support.
All the best,
Writers of Sunflower Season
Universal link: https://books2read.com/Sunflower-Season-For-Ukraine
Sunflower Season is an anthology of over seventy authors who are splitting all monies earned to two different charities to support humanitarian aid for Ukraine:
Sunflower Peace https://www.sunflowerofpeace.com provides medical and humanitarian aid that will be used by paramedics and doctors in the areas that are affected by the violence in Ukraine.
CARE: https://www.care.org Immediate aid including food, water, hygiene kits, support services and direct cash assistance, prioritizing women and girls, families and the elderly.
About the Author
Hello everyone! I am Jessica A Clements and I write historical romances set during the US Civil War and the Regency Eras. When I am not writing I am playing with my son, composing music, playing in a band, and working my day job.
One of the many things my son and I love to do is travel to new historical places. We have been to: Custer's Battlefield, Saint Augustine, Savannah, and a couple of smaller battlefields in Alabama. We hope to be able to add to our list soon.