A small celebration today as Ether Books have accepted another of my short stories, making four in all. They are all under 2000 words, which I thought would suit the i-phone platform, and at least three of them are fairly light-hearted. Talking To Amy is the shortest of all, but has a slightly more wistful feel.
Best of all, Ether have now added a Content page to the website where you can look up what’s available. Dare I say that for an ex-librarian, being in a catalogue brings particular satisfaction, so here’s a little illustration!
To make it happen, just go to the Etherbooks home page then choose content. Select my name from the drop down list of writers, leaving the other boxes as ‘all’.
And here I am!
Looking good, though I say it myself!
By the way, two of these stories (A Fork Less Ordinary and Museum Pieces) are about the same characters, recently retired Derek and his wife Annie. Think ‘One Foot in the Grave’ for the new century. So if you like one of them, you’ll probably like the other. Not that I’m discouraging you from reading all four.
Technology. Don’t you just love it?