Disruptive Publishing always has something on the go.
If you are looking for opportunities to be published, we are currently seeking authors and aspiring authors who might be willing to contribute to one of the following compilation projects.
Please click on the covers to download the Storyline Concepts for the project you are interested in contributing to.
Domestic Violence will be a collection of stories that expresses the many ways in which domestic violence impacts on individuals, their loved ones and their communities. Whether directly or indirectly affected by domestic violence, you can be sure the journey has been, and will continue to be, challenging, but the stories you read will inspire you to rise above and find whatever it is you need to get you through your own personal circumstances.
Chapters can be about narcissism, emotional, verbal, mental or physical abuse. It can be from a personal perspective, or an educational or service assisted perspective – whatever you want to bring to the table.
Contributing to this book will also be an opportunity for you to leave a legacy story for those who have experienced or are currently experiencing domestic violence.
It takes so much courage to speak up and call out injustice when we see it and even more so when we experience it for ourselves. More often than not, someone who has been abused will remain hidden under a cloud of shame, and they might even continue to abuse themselves with some form of ongoing self-harm.
Without Consent will be a collection of stories that gives insight into the many ways in which sexual abuse and sexual assault impacts on an individual, immediately and ongoing.
These stories will be confronting. They will probably make you feel sad, angry and helpless, and at times, you might even be horrified by what you read.
Hopefully though, you will come out the other side feeling empowered, knowing that you are not alone and that there is power in the collective voice.
Finding Yourself After Stroke is a collection of stories from young stroke survivors who have overcome extraordinary challenges to rebuild themselves after having a stroke.
We often think of Stroke as something that happens to older people. As research is identifying, stroke is happening to younger people at an increasing rate each year and continues to be the leading cause of disability worldwide.
So what happens when you are young, healthy and your life is suddenly changed forever without warning?