Flooded Kickstarter

As many of you know, my closest friend that I’ve known since I was four years old was in a horrible accident almost 14 years ago. He barely survived, and unfortunately the other person involved did not.

Another friend of mine, author Tori Griffin, suffered a concussion in January of this year. She decided to start up an anthology about brain injury called Flooded. I am honored to be a part of this important anthology and am working with my friend on telling his story, to be a part of Flooded.

Flooded has a Kickstarter program that is needed to fund the anthology. If any of you could help donate to make this a reality, that would be greatly appreciated. If you cannot donate, please help spread the word.

You can read more about it and donate here:  https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/victoriagriffin/flooded-a-creative-anthology-of-brain-injuries 

Thank you!

– J.M. Ames

2 thoughts on “Flooded Kickstarter

  1. Wow. I’ve heard from different people about their recoveries from brain injuries. It wasn’t until this past weekend that I learned how difficult it is to recover from something that is considered a “minor” brain injury. A soccer ball to the head has my 10-year old cousin still recovering. Months later and he’s still not quite back to his old self. I can’t imagine what a traumatic brain injury would be like.

    This is an awesome project. I can’t wait until payday so I can help kickstart it into gear!

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    • Flooded really needs some support if we are to get it off the ground. I would hate to see it not succeed, it is a very important project. Tori and I were discussing yesterday what alternative ways we could get this published if need be.

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