I have a new story out today, included as part of a collection featuring Angela Amman, Mandy Dawson and Cameron D. Garriepy. Allow me to quote the publisher’s description:
“Love is metaphysical gravity.” R. Buckminster Fuller
A force beyond reason and the laws of nature, love draws us together in many ways. In these four short stories, four authors explore the essence of love, from practical to magical.
“In Her Hands,” by Angela Amman, explores the moment in which a woman weighs the choice between expectations and the lasting passion she craves.
A shy librarian offers her beautiful best friend a shot at the English teacher she secretly desires, in Mandy Dawson’s “Home.” But what if beauty isn’t all he needs in a lover?
Cameron D. Garriepy’s eponymous “Valentine” is a young woman whose fairytale is sidetracked by a trickster loose in the streets of New Orleans.
In “Elephants in the Atmosphere” by Kameko Murakami, a young woman in extraordinary circumstances finds love in an unexpected place and against all odds. Is a happy ending even possible?