Now On Amazon – Seven Deadly Sins, A YA Anthology, Vol 2: Sloth

Seven Deadly Sins Vol 2: Sloth is now on Amazon!

The book’s available as an e-book and in print. You can find the US/International version for Kindle here, or check out the sevendeadlysinsanthology.com website for a detailed list of all outlets.

~ All proceeds go to the charity First Book. ~

Huge thanks to Katie StephensE.N. Loizis, and Dino Laserbeam for all their editing/proofreading/other efforts as well as to Luke Spooner at Carrion House for the awesome cover design.

Seven Deadly Sins Vol 2: Sloth Cover

Here are the taglines of all fourteen stories:

The Locker Monster by Elizabeth Archer

Mom always told you to clean up, or you’d regret it. But how bad could your locker get? Two girls find out it could get much stranger than they ever expected. . .

Tangled Threads by Teresa Bassett  

Art student Raine loves her boyfriend, but his lazy ways drive her crazy. When her self-portrait is included in an art exhibition, her relationship also comes under scrutiny.

David and the Devil by RL Black

David Wheeler takes the lazy way out of a school assignment, and pays the ultimate price.

Puzzled by Embe Charpentier

An obsession with puzzles isn’t unusual. But for either Jolene or Priscilla, solving their mutual mystery may lead to murder – or living death.

Regrets and Reflections by Alisia Faust

Too focused on her blossoming sexuality, Briana ignores her family’s attempt to contact her. By the time they reach her, it’s already too late. . .

Natural Enemies by Sylvia Heike

Zombies aren’t the only thing wanting to eat you in the woods, but no one believes a teenager.

Five Definitions of Sloth, With Examples by Rae Kennedy

When her foster mother requests a written task, Maisie takes the opportunity to write a letter to the authorities that will reveal years of neglect, abuse and alcoholism. The question is: will they believe her?

Micro-motivity by Chris Kennedy 

Greg forgoes college to run the Youth Hostel his stepfather owns. He cooks for the guests and even has a time schedule to get everything done, so what is the problem with his stepfather?

Eternal Life by Yvette O’Kay

What if that feeling of laziness wasn’t just a feeling after all? What if it was someone or something prompting you to do those things?

the truth by Blake Parker

Olivia seems like the average teenager – indolent and unmotivated. But someone knows the real truth.

One More Level by John Rickett

As Josh’s bond with the game World of Dragons strengthens, his bond with his mother—and his own reality—is threatened.

Earth Ethics 5~Ö: Sloth by Kathy Steinemann

In a time that could be the future—or now—aliens learn about a deadly human sin known as sloth.

Treasures by K.T. Stephens 

When Jay is forced to complete community service, he finds much more than yard work: an old man with a strange story, a treasure hunt involving his father and a foreigner who has been searching for peace for over sixty years. But the biggest surprise is yet to come.

By Birth Alone by M.J. Travis

Brian may be a born athlete, but will his lack of responsibility and feelings of entitlement cause the defeat of not only himself, but also his team?

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Oh, and Happy Halloween! It’s not really a big thing here in Finland, but it’s become more popular in the past few decades. Trick or treating is almost non-existent here–we do a similar thing as witches and other creatures around Easter though.

– Sylvia

4 thoughts on “Now On Amazon – Seven Deadly Sins, A YA Anthology, Vol 2: Sloth

  1. I’d be interested in an Easter post about that witchy tradition. Sounds interesting!

    Good work on the anthology. :)

  2. I’ve been thinking about doing some sort of anthology. Good idea? Bad idea? Pros? Cons?

    (By the way, I have a real hard time writing in non-novel format. The whole short story idea is foreign to me).

    • Submitting to anthologies is much like submitting to magazines. You will want to do some research before sending them your “baby.” It’s kinda hard to sum it up, but here are some Pros: getting your stories out there, new readers, pay, publication credit, fun side project from a novel. Cons: many anthologies don’t pay you or reach that many readers, some are hard to get into (might be solicited-only, even) etc. The same rule stands as for magazines: the best ones are hard to get into; the ones that take anyone might not even be worthy of your stories.

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