Many of you already know about my holiday charity fundraiser in support of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Now – December 25th, 2019 100% of the proceeds from Candy Apple Butterscotch and $1 per free copy of Novelties downloaded (up to $100) from Black Friday – Cyber Monday will go directly toward a donation to the AFSP! Join me along with Tim Baughman, Eve Jacob, Tabitha, Sounds Nerdy, and our friends broadcasting the podcast We Were (Kind of) A Big Deal in College through our various efforts to raise money for this wonderful organization. Today, we’ll focus on my personal … Continue reading Suicidal Thanks
Don’t forget in addition to the wonderful efforts of Tim Baughman, Eve Jacob, Tabitha, Sounds Nerdy, and our friends broadcasting the podcast We Were (Kind of) A Big Deal in College . 100% of proceeds from Candy Apple Butterscotch and Novelties: A Collection of Unfinished Short Stories will go toward a donation to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Thats right! 100% of all proceeds from November 20th- December 25th 2018 will be donated to the AFSP. Kindle and paperback editions are eligible. “I was running. Fast and furious through a forest full of cotton candy pink pine trees. Running from … Continue reading Now – December 25th!
“The next afternoon I endured a particularly challenging day at work. My car was in the shop, and Noah came to pick me up. He had worked at that location a few times before. As soon as I got into his car, I began to rant about my frustrating day and several crew members. As long as I’d worked for the company, these specific people and I had never gotten along. I don’t remember the specific reason I was so upset that day. I was just letting it all out. As my rage subsided and my rant was winding down, … Continue reading Slash
Before she wrote her memoir Candy Apple Butterscotch, Rebecca MacCeile had a library full of dusty notebooks with long forgotten fictional tales. Each one of these short stories encompasses a different world, and different ideas. Most of them are light hearted, some of them are fantastical, and still some of them have echos of her own struggles as she used her creativity to cope with her undiagnosed PTSD. Take a peek into her raw private texts with Novelties: A Collection of Unfinished Short Stories, meet some of her most endearing characters and get a glimpse into the world of an … Continue reading Novelties
“Noah had spent the night at his place and I at mine. He was supposed to come pick me up later that afternoon. Instead of waiting around all day, I decided to go out and enjoy my day off. Thinking I would have plenty of time to change and get ready before dinner, I threw on what Noah called my “neon watermelon ensemble” to head out to the mall. I still hadn’t quite settled on a style at that point in my life, but I knew my neon watermelon wouldn’t be appropriate for dinner out, especially with Noah’s mom being … Continue reading Neon Watermelon