A Musician’s Tale is an anthology that consists of interviews with musicians. Since R&RSMS published a book that talks about how music affects those who listen, the founder decided to do one about how it affects the ones who create music. All proceeds from the anthology will be donated to American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
An artist’s life is never easy. From the very beginning, they’re face with struggles of criticism and self-doubt, making the lifestyle difficult.
But from the ashes, they will rise.
Despite all the negative they face, they use it to their advantage, using it to fuel their artistic side. We use music to escape. So do those who write or play music, creating the sounds we love the most.
A Musician’s Tale – Telling their stories.
Rock & Roll Saved My Soul publishes anthologies in which all proceeds goes to different charities. They are looking for submissions for several different anthologies right now, so feel free to head over to the Facebook page and go to the Submissions Call album if you’re interested in helping them out by writing a story. They’ve published ones about domestic violence, bullying, rescuing animals, helping others out, and music saving lives so far. They’ll also publish books or short stories as long as all proceeds goes to charity.
Fighting Chance — A Rock & Roll Saved My Soul Anthology:
On average, nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the United States. this equates to more than 10 million women and men per year.
Domestic violence isn’t just about being physically abused. It’s also about the emotional and psychological side, too. Come on a journey with others who have experienced domestic violence and are willing to share their stories, to show everyone else out there that they have a chance.
Fighting Chance is a book of stories and poetry for those who have dealt with domestic violence and are sharing how they stood up to it and have moved on with their life. It wasn’t easy for most of us. And some of us still may struggle with it, but we want to reach out to others who may be going through something similar and let them know you don’t have to put up with it. Find your voice and fight back.
Behind Closed Doors by Kate Marie Robbins:
Everyone knows everyone else’s business. This is the world that Ivy Martin grew up in. Her life was far from perfect. Bullied mercilessly in high school. All she wanted was to leave the town and all the cruel kids behind and start a new life.
But when she goes to the annual graduation party things take a turn for the worse. One of her only male friends, Landon takes advantage of her, leaving her feeling dirty and used.
College wasn’t any different. The kids are just as cruel. Then she meets a man and hopes that her luck had finally changed, but Davin isn’t who Ivy thought he was. And before she knows what is happening she’s trapped in an abusive relationship with almost no way to escape. Isolated from her friends and family, she has nowhere to turn.
This is one woman’s story of the devastating heart break that domestic abuse can bring.
Survivor by Renee Jean:
Jasmine Byers couldn’t think of anything better than going to a party with her best friend, that is until she arrived and met Tyler Winegard, the most handsome boy she had ever seen.
Everything started out perfect. He was sweet, attentive, and made Jasmine feel like she was the only girl in the world. Slowly, however, she noticed that everyone around her had begun to pull away. She found her entire world revolved around a boy she was starting to suspect had a more sinister side.
After just a few short years Jasmine’s dream man turned into a nightmare and now she finds herself fighting not only for her sanity, but also her life.
Finding Rachel by Brianna Vanderland:
I needed to find Rachel once more…
Maybe it was my fault. I married too young and had my son too young. Not that I would trade Daiel for the world. Jason was everything at first, but he changed.
He became violent, he hurt me and our son, something I’d never forgive him for, but I knew I needed to get away and become as strong as iron.
I needed to find myself again.
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