Kubuitsile writes for Haiti earthquake recovery efforts

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Author Lauri Kubuitsile, has contributed a short story to raise funds for Haiti earthquake victims through the Botswana Red Cross Society (BRCS).

The project was initiated by British author Greg McQueen who asked hundreds of writers worldwide to contribute a collection of stories for Haiti and the end product is going to be an e-book and a paperback that will be published tomorrow (March, 4) and all the proceeds from the book will go to earthquake recovery efforts in Haiti.

My story, Birds of a Feather, is a humorous story about a woman who joins a bird watching club in Gaborone though she hates birding just get closer to a University of Botswana professor she has fallen in love with," said Kubuitsile in an interview with Showbiz. According to a press release from the 100 Stories for Haiti, on the morning of January 19, McQueen posted a video on his blog saying:

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