Posts Tagged ‘short story’

Harvest Moon

Just released a quick read short story originally written six years ago. The story was filed away and never saw the light of day, until now.

It’s a free download for a limited time. You don’t want to miss it! Download now to get your copy.

If you have friends who have not read my stories, this is a fantastic opportunity to introduce them.

“Unexpected encounters during a pre-dawn walk,
while under the spell of a Harvest Moon.“

Don’t have a digital ebook reader? No sweat, you can download the free Kindle app from Amazon for a laptop, computer, or mobile phone. This story is available worldwide in English.

Download your copy of HARVEST MOON at Smashwords.

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An unidentified individual lets his imagination roam as he weaves detailed fictional stories based on his observations of ordinary folks he encounters during a Friday evening at the Roadhouse Diner.

I was thumbing through archived documents and came across two complete rough drafts of a short story I drafted in 2012. I “married” the two renditions into what developed into ROADHOUSE FRIDAY. The story emerged from observing people at a local Austin restaurant while having supper.

“WOW!” I said to myself, while dining, “there’s a story to be told.”

I wrote the rough draft and then I misplaced it, so I scribbled another draft. I filed the draft away. Recently, I rediscovered both completed drafts. I combined favorite passages from each draft into one story. That’s how ROADHOUSE FRIDAY came to be. You never know where a story idea might pop up.

ROADHOUSE FRIDAY is available for free download at Smashwords.