“The Magic Purse” is a short story about the different perceptions people have about life. The story stars a young girl who might just understand.
I’ll publish these two stories in a single Kindle eBook. While the eBook cover depicts “Stir of Pique” I won’t go so far as to label “The Magic Purse” a bonus story.
Let’s just say I preferred the cover for Stir over the cover for Purse. Case closed.
Right after that, I’ve got two more short stories coming out.
“Asphalt Styx” is a weird way, boy meets girl tale that pushes the boundaries of love and affection.
Okay, maybe it doesn’t push those boundaries, but it questions them.
It’s one of my “experimental stories” that so many people have come to know and say, “What the hell was that?”
The “Asphalt Styx” eBook will include a piece of flash fiction called, “Defining Moments”.
“Defining Moments” is under three hundred words, but I really think these two stories belong together. Because, when you have two pieces of work that readers might misconstrue as misogynist, male chauvinist pig, bull shit, well, you might as well publish them together to get it all out of the way.
I won’t summarize “Defining Moments” because it’s only three hundred words. The summary might run longer than the story.
Finally, I’ve got three novellas done, and lined up for edit. The first one is a Toma Lee story, followed by a D. C. Chester story.
And then, finally, if the editor doesn’t chew my ass for writing crap, the first ever Dillon Chase story. That’s Dillon Chase, the pen name, not Dillon Chase, a protagonist. If you don’t recognize Dillon Chase check out the BIOs page on the
website you’re reading, right now.
That’s all I’ll say on those books, because it’s just not time, yet.
Oh, yeah, I’m working on adding new clickable bibliographies for all the older stuff. Clickable to all the newer stuff, that is.
(The stories aren’t changing.)
Lightly touching on future stuff.
Two series coming up. One each for the D. C. Chester, and Danny Essex pen names.
Paperback books by…Me! Cool. Hopefully, we’re not just for Kindle, anymore.
Plus, well, maybe I’m pushing too far out. Like I said, not enough hours in the day. Not enough years left in my life.
Enough news for now.