Dancing Through Tears
by Jeny Heckman
Published by The Wild Rose Press – Cover Design R.J. Morris
October 1, 2017 forever changed the lives of the 22,000 attendees of the Route 91 Country Music Festival in Las Vegas, Nevada. *This inspirational story follows the events from one family’s perspective from the concert venue, to inside the hotel room and casino floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort.
The 58 souls murdered
The 869 souls injured
The countless Route 91 survivors and families
whose lives will never be the same as a result of the cowardice
Las Vegas attack.
This story is part of a three-volume anthology created to aide the organizations and victims of the Australian fires that have devastated that region and killed over one billion animals.
Please note that 100% of the proceeds will go to their aide, and thank you so much for your support. To purchase, please click on one of the options below!
*This is a work of fiction. Some names, actions, and experiences have been changed in an effort to respect and protect the privacy of the individuals involved.
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GODDESS FISH Blog tours is hosting a week long blog tour for the AUSTRALIA BURNS anthology from The WildRose Press. This anthology series came about to help aid the citizens devastated by the AUSTRALIAN WILDFIRES, some of whom are WRP authors. All three volumes contain short stories by various WRP authors and all proceeds from sales will be sent to the Australian Red Cross to help the the victims.
Stories in this collection are contributed by authors who care about Australia and the relief efforts from the devastating bushfires. All profits from the book will be donated to charities involved with the recovery efforts. The publisher and authors are not affiliated with the charities. They simply want to show Australia their love and support.
VOLUME 1 A collection of Short Stories in Mainstream Fiction, Women’s Fiction, Thrillers, and Mystery
A Solicitous Wife by Madeleine McDonald
No One Knew by Larry Farmer
Pinochle by Brenda Whiteside
The Tuesday Night Meeting by Peggy Jaeger
911, What’s Your Emergency? by D. V. Stone
Tall Tales by Laura Strickland
Fare Gain by Alexandra Christle
The Note by Stephen B. King
Three Ghosts by Julie Howard
Detective Paws and Lip Gloss by Maureen L. Bonatch
The Ring by Margaret Ann Spence
Portrait of a Gunfighter by Hywela Lyn
Six Hours or So by Lisa Wilkes
Prussic Acid by Melody DeBlois
A collection of Romance, Young Adult, and Women’s Fiction Short Stories
Che Gelida Manina by M. S. Spencer
Recipes for Love by Carol Henry
Waiting for Caleb by Gini Rifkin
Wings of Fire by Jana Richards
A Lark by Gabbi Grey
Apple Crisp by Terry Graham
Goody Twoshoes by Mark Love
The Number by Barbara Bettis
Deadly Homecoming by Peggy Chambers
An Egg-Cellent Witness by Marilyn Barr
Season of Withered Corn by Judy Ann Davis
Beneath the Pines by Debby Grahl
Christopher Reisner by Linda Griffin
Unexpected Love: Chase Allen by Anna Lores
The Cowboy and the Lady by Jean Adams
The Heart Necklace by Amanda Uhl
The Relaxation Response by Darcy Lundeen
Dancing Through Tears by Jeny Heckman
A collection of Paranormal, Horror, and Sci-Fi Fiction Short Stories.
The Pilot’s Son by CJ Zahner
The Vengeance by Rhonda Gilmour
A Climb to Kill by ML Erdahl
Born of Fangs by Sydney Winward
Johnny Appleseed by Robert Herold
Rebellion in Slot III by Roni Denholtz
Home, Sweet Mobile Home by Alana Lorens
The Filthy Human by Tori V. Rainn
Baby Daddy by Kerry Blaisdell
The Witch of Calico Island by Cat Dubie
Stained-Glass Vision by Mary Morgan
A Witch’s Protocol by Tena Stetler
I Choose Life by Kristal Dawn Harris
Together Forever by N. Christine Samuelson
Where Is Your High School Sweetheart? by Donna Kunkel
Lost and Found by Joanne Guidoccio
Nursery Chimes by D.S. Lucas
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