*Announcement!*

Special Announcement

In light of the senseless tragedy that occurred in Knoxville, Tennessee and the continued violence that too often mars our society and our schools, I would like to do whatever small part I can to assist those so deeply effected by these acts of cruelty.

Beginning today, April 24th and continuing through May 24th, 100% of all royalties from sales of eBook and print copies of “The Girl in the Storm” will go directly to the Sandy Hook Promise charity.

If you would like to help me spread the word about this event, please do so! I would love to get some real noise behind this and hopefully, in some small way, make a difference. Tragedies like this have a way of making us feel small and helpless in the face of such senselessness, but I would like to believe that any act of kindness can go a long way. Even something like this.

So, spread the word, buy my book, even if you already have a copy. Buy it for a loved one, gift it to a friend, whatever you would you like. Beginning today every penny of royalty earned from a sale of that book will go to help those touched by these all-too-common acts of violence.

I would like to believe that we can make a difference in the world. Even if events like this conspire to make us feel like there’s no way forward. I hope you will join me in this effort. Every little bit can help.

You can head on over to Amazon or Barnes and Noble to order your copy today.

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Girl-Storm-Season-Angels/dp/1644561891/

Barnes and Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-girl-in-the-storm-christopher-stanfield/1137693430

I would also encourage everyone to check out The Sandy Hook Promise, if you would like to offer a direct donation yourself.

https://www.sandyhookpromise.org

Thank you. Now, let’s make some noise.

Published by Christopher Stanfield

Christopher Stanfield is a West Texas native whose love of writing began at the age of fourteen, inspired by a love of mythology, science fiction and fantasy. And though he’s spent the past twenty years in IT for a small bank, writing is the one passion that never quite let go.

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