For the second time, the SQN publishing house has prepared a special charity anthology, the purpose of which is to support the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity. On January 13-29 only on SQNStore.pl you can buy an e-book anthology What the soul desires containing as many as 14 premiere texts by popular authors.
All proceeds from sales will be donated to the final of the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity. When buying, you choose the amount you want to donate to the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity – PLN 10, 20 or 30.
In addition, only until January 29, it is possible to order last year’s e-book Whispersthe proceeds of which will also support this year’s final.
The goal was to collect PLN 31,000 for the 31st final of the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity. At this moment (18.01 in the morning) more than 28,000 have been reached. The organizers do not intend to stop at the set amount.
What the heart desires – description
Jakub Małecki writes about liking in the past tense. Because is it possible to like anything and at the same time be stuck in the embarrassing humanity of the here and now?
In her story, Aneta Jadowska proves that getting everything your heart desires from fate does not bring happiness to everyone.
Marcin Mortka’s miniature is a story about a well-drinked girls’ evening, which ended completely differently than its crazy participants expected.
Paweł Radziszewski, looking at the world through the eyes of an old woman who carries a shocking biography on her shoulders, touches on the subject of borders understood in different ways.
Using beautiful metaphors, Magdalena Świerczek-Gryboś argues that what is unusual and undesirable for some may be important and necessary for others.
Jakub Ćwiek draws a perverse vision of the reward for giving one’s life in the holy war. The paradise he describes brings to mind hell…
Grzegorz Gajek talks with Old Polish zest about being different and the terrible consequences of being afraid of it.
The story written by Jacek Łukawski, filled with a disturbing atmosphere, captivates with its oneiric narrative and a large dose of abstraction.
Magdalena Kubasiewicz takes the reader to a cursed mansion where time has stood still, and the inhabitants trapped there relive the same day endlessly.
The gloomy past, lost family and fake smiles are only part of what the hero of Przemek Corso’s miniature will have to face.
Joanna Gajzler introduces us to a very unusual clinic for even more unusual animals…
Tomasz Żak spins a story about an average woman convinced of her own exceptionality and superiority over others.
Danuta Awolusi writes about love, seemingly impossible, which, despite the death of one of the partners, will work a miracle.
For Milena Wójtowicz, one funeral, two corpses, confused mourners and chaos are the perfect scene for a few policemen with a nose for unusual puzzles.