Fall Sale: The Coldest December

From September 17th until December 31st, The Coldest December eBook will be on sale for 99 cents, and the paperback copy will be drastically reduced.

The Coldest December

a Short Story Collection to Remember the Halifax Explosion

The Coldest DecemberOn December 6, 2017, Nova Scotia commemorated the one hundredth anniversary of the Halifax Explosion. More than two thousand people were killed and another nine thousand were injured from the largest man-made explosion of its time.

To pay tribute to the many victims, survivors and heroes who emerged from the disaster, Quarter Castle Publishing gathered a collection of fictional short stories connected to the Explosion. Stories are set immediately before it, during it or in its aftermath.

Pick up a copy today at the following online outlets.

eBook: 99 cents

Paperback

(prices stated in either CAD – Canadian Dollars or USD – US Dollars)

To learn more about this book, including the authors who contributed, visit The Coldest December’s page at Quarter Castle Publishing.

 

2 thoughts on “Fall Sale: The Coldest December

  1. I love this book. My review: An excellent collection of short stories based on a terrible disaster. The Halifax explosion as related by various fictional characters is a must-read for those interested in historical events. It is hard to imagine witnessing the carnage. This collection does a good job of describing the thoughts and feelings of survivors, as well as the gruesome details of one of the most horrific events in Canada’s history from a personal perspective.

    • Darlene, thank you for sharing your thoughts on this book. I can’t recall the first time I heard about the Explosion that changed and shaped the lives of those in Nova Scotia. I was young; that I know. The first story was of my grandfather returning from overseas after the First World War and arriving to the mess of the aftermath. While he continued on to his home in Newfoundland, his brother remained in Halifax to live out his life. This collection holds a special place in my heart, knowing some aspects of my life–as I was born and lived my early life across the harbour from Halifax–are a direct result of that disaster.

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