Readers Can Now Gather Copies of Duane Simolke's The Acorn Gathering: Writers Uniting Against Cancer At Various Booksellers

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Duane Simolke's new book, The Acorn Gathering: Writers Uniting Against Cancer, is now available for purchase at various booksellers. Readers can help the book gather funds for cancer cure research by purchasing it at participating booksellers.

</b><i><a href="The" onclick="linkClick(this.href)" rel="nofollow">">The Acorn Gathering: Writers Uniting Against Cancer</i></a>, a book both edited and co-authored by highly popular print on demand author Duane Simolke, along with the help of several other highly talented authors, <a href="is" onclick="linkClick(this.href)" rel="nofollow">">is now available for purchase</a>.

Readers can read toward a cure for cancer by purchasing the book today from <a href="Amazon.com"></a>;, <a href="Barnes" onclick="linkClick(this.href)" rel="nofollow">">Barnes and</a>, <a href="Books" onclick="linkClick(this.href)" rel="nofollow">">Books a Million</a>, <a href="GoHastings.com"></a>; or <a href="iUniverse">iUniverse</a>;. Readers can also order it from bookstores worldwide.

Simolke serves as both editor and as a co-author of the book, authoring five enthralling stories inside the cover of this charitable literary masterpiece. Accompanying Simolke on his crusade against cancer are: Jan Chandler, who writes science fiction, fantasy, erotica and poetry; Shawna Chandler (<a href="http://www.srchandler.com"></a>;), whose writing has graced the pages of The Peralta Press, 3AM Magazine, The Journal of the Blue Planet, Coil Magazine, The Lubbock Magazine and many others; Huda Orfali, author of Blue Fire, a book of poetry and short fiction, and Flower in the Cold, a collection of short fiction; Bill Wetzel, a published poet who is currently working on his first novel; and Timothy Morris Taylor, an educator with a passion for the arts.

The book already has gained favor with the <a href="Book" onclick="linkClick(this.href)" rel="nofollow">">Book Review Cafe</a>, whose editor looks forward to reviewing it sometime this summer. It will also be showcased at <a href="Substance" onclick="linkClick(this.href)" rel="nofollow">">Substance Books</a>. Be sure to visit <a href="The" onclick="linkClick(this.href)" rel="nofollow">"><i>The Acorn Gathering</i></a> website for upcoming news and reviews of the book.

If you have any questions or would like more information on <i>The Acorn Gathering</i> or author Duane Simolke, please contact John Mudd, Simolke's publicist at 813-785-4660 or e-mail him at <a href=""></a>.

Duane Simolke was born May 28, 1965 in New Orleans, La. He holds a B.A. in English from Belmont University (Nashville, Tenn.), a Master's in English from Hardin-Simmons University (Abilene, Texas) and a Ph.D. in English from Texas Tech University (Lubbock, Texas). Simolke has authored four successful literary works, including <i>The Acorn Stories</i>; <i>Stein, Gender, Isolation, and Industrialism: New Readings of Winesburg, Ohio</i>; <i>Holding Me Together: Essays and Poems</i>; and <i>Degranon</i>, his latest, which is a sci-fi novel. Readers can find out more about Duane Simolke and his literary works at <a href="http://www.duanesimolke.com"></a>;.

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