Never Too Old to Save the World
A Midlife Calling Anthology
Includes the R.J. Sullivan short story “Granny”
Published by Outland Entertainment
Edited by Alana Joli Abbott and Addie J. King
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In Never Too Old to Save the World, nineteen authors explore what would happen if the Chosen One were called midlife. What would happen if the Chosen One were: a soccer mom, a cat lady, a nosy grandmother, a social worker, a retiree, an aging swordmaster?
The Chosen One could be anyone— because when the universe calls, the real question is whether the hero will take up the mantle and answer their midlife calling. Sometimes the world needs a hero who’s already been in the thick of chaos and survived. In those cases, age does matter.
Also features: John F. Allen, J.D. Blackrose, Jim C. Hines, Maurice Broaddus, Sarah Hans, Kathryn Ivey, Ericka Kahler, Vaseem Khan, Guadalupe Garcia McCall, Ursula Vernon, Kimberley Pauley, Alexandria Pitchford, Jaymie Wagner, LaShawn M. Wanak, Lucy A. Snyder, Linda Robertson
About Granny: Brian MacDowall of the Indianapolis Police Department appreciates the leads and tips about petty crimes from an elderly old lady acting as the nosiest community crime watch volunteer, but he has concerns. He fears she’s becoming too obvious, and fears what might happen if she ever happens upon high stakes criminals with murderous intent to keep their horrific crimes a secret.