That’s why on February 21, 2015, after reading Bethany Turner’s blog – find it here – and finding out about her Marquee Monday Project, where she dedicates her blog to promoting authors instead of herself, I decided to do something similar.
July is the third month I’m doing this and it’s been a blast so far. The first two authors featured here were awesome writers and very supportive Rave Reviews Book Club members Harmony Kent and Jennifer Hinsmann.
This time, I’m introducing someone I met online and who has become a dear friend in person as well. We met a little over a year ago because of his amazing project called One Million Project – check the page here. Last November when I visited the UK we had a chance to meet he introduced me to other OMP contributors. Please, welcome
Well, Giveback Wednesday is not only about me promoting other authors but mainly about promoting talented writers who are supportive and helpful towards other writers as well. Let’s see if you agree with me that Jason Greenfield fits the profile! LoL
Jason is putting together a collective work called One Million Project with 24 short-stories written by himself and other authors and illustrated by different artists. It’s been a beautiful and rewarding experience because the book will be made available for free on Amazon and sponsors will donate £1 per download to selected charity projects. Is this great or what?
But Jason hasn’t stopped at that. He also created a Facebook group so that fellow writers can network and promote their books – The Writer’s Network.
See why he became a good friend of mine? hahaha
Besides, Jason is a very talented writer who described himself like this on his Amazon Author Page:
“I’m a writer and creative type. Got a literary agent and working on getting a deal.
So far my completed novels are:
Forever Torn (factual fiction bio of my Grandfather’s fascinating life. This one got me my agent who called it ‘compelling and gripping.’) Completed 2010 and my debut novel on Amazon Kindle.
Is God An Ethiopian sitting in a Very Large Chair? (Absurdist comedy, space opera sci-fi fantasy) Finished when i was 17.
The Dashing Blade (slightly steampunk, historical swashbuckling comedy/straight action adventure. First in a series) completed circa 2004.
Found Money (journal meets bold social experiment.) Completed 2011
The Unseen Man (sci-fi, superhero fantasy adventure with a Goodfellas meets Conan meets Avengers twist) Completed 2012.
Currently working on – Vampire Nation (vampires!)”
So far, Jason has published Forever Torn – which is currently a #1 Best Seller in Biographical Fiction on Amazon UK and during the month of July his second novel will be available – The Unseen Man. I’ll include a link here as soon as it’s live. I’m reading the book and I can guarantee you that it’s epic! You’ve never seen anything like The Unseen Man before – pun intended.