100 Stories for Haiti


I was thrilled to hear from Greg McQueen that his 100 Stories for Haiti project has succeeded in reaching its goal – and that my short short story, The Messenger, was selected for inclusion.

The website tells all about the project, but essentially, 100 stories from authors all over the world have been compiled into an anthology, the proceeds from which will go to the International Red Cross for Haiti relief.

The book is scheduled to be released as an ebook on Smashwords, and as a paperback through Bridge House Publishing, on MARCH 4th, 2010.


10 Responses to “100 Stories for Haiti”

  1. What a great idea! And congratulations on having your story included. I’ll be sure to buy a book. 🙂

  2. 2 John T. Bird

    I am looking forward to purchasing 100 Stories for Haiti, and to reading The Messenger. Big time congratulations, Pete.

  3. Congrats Peter – great news – and for such a great cause 🙂

  4. I’ll be sure to post a link when the book is released.

  5. Very cool. We have family friends from Haiti, and they recently told us how touched they are by the outpouring of support from so many avenues.

  6. 6 CJ Barbre

    A great example of how to help a needy cause in a meaningful and lasting way. Good job!

  7. 7 Sian


    I think it worked.


  8. Terrific Peter! Such a great cause too. I’ll be sure and watch for it. Can’t wait to read you’re contribution.

  9. 9 Terry

    Oh yes, do include the link. This sounds like a great way to contribute and enjoy some good stories. Congratulations!

  10. 10 Rick

    Great idea, Peter. and congrats on being included.

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