Fusion is result of the Fantasy/Sci-Fi Fantastic Books International Charity Short Story Competition.

Contains 25 amazing tales of fantasy and science fiction from across the globe.

Included are the winning entries, the runners up, a few lucky last minute additions and two wonderful stories by professional contributors Danuta Reah and Stuart Aken.

10% of the ongoing sales of this ebook will be donated directly to the WCRF (World Cancer Research Fund – Reg. Ch. No. 1000739) who do sterling work in the field of global cancer prevention.

Originally only available as an eBook, it was released (with a new cover) in December 2014 in paperback format, complete with a whole new series of illustrations.

WordWatchers member John Hoggard was one of those lucky last minute additions (having originally made the long list) having worked into the small hours to meet the editorial team’s requirements to change the story (for the better) to be included before the deadline closed.

Baby Babble, is the result of that hard work and John is very pleased to have been included in such an excellent collection of short stories.

Available from Amazon UK, Amazon US or if you prefer a non-Kindle format, Smashwords. Also available (in limited numbers) in the new format paperback, signed by the illustrator direct from Fantastic Books Publishing.

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