One of the skills a writer must learn is self-promotion. It doesn’t always come naturally. (For example, writing this post was worse than scratching my corneas with one hand while giving a prostate massage to a grizzly bear with the other.) Nevertheless, it is an invaluable ability, and one I shall endeavor to exercise now.
I have not one, not two, but three stories currently available online. The first, Nature Abhors a Vacuum, is a weekly science fiction/murder mystery serial that can be read for free in weekly installments at the Mid-Michigan Prose and Writing Group Blog. The first installment is here!
I also have two pieces of short fiction available on Smashwords. I plan to put them up on Amazon eventually, but that involves reformatting, and I am lazier than you mortals can even comprehend. The first of these two is called “Rumble at the Robot,” and it’s also available for free!
Of three-story robots and childhood turf wars. A short memoir about children misbehaving.
The second, “Dear Asenath,” is a mere 99 cents–a bargain if you enjoy Lovecraft or Lovecraft parodies, or if you’re the kind of person who scoffs at denominations smaller than a dollar!
For most, the town of Dunwich, Massachusetts, offers terrors outside the realm of human understanding. But when intrepid Tracy Pickman opens a used bookstore in central Dunwich, her new neighbor–a mysterious young man named Wilbur Whatley–offers her something quite different: a chance at love. A Lovecraft parody of romantic proportions!
And thus do we reach the end of the shameless self-promotion post. Thanks for muscling your way through it, friends!