Saturday, March 03, 2012

Just Out: "The Right to Believe"

Celebration:  I have a new story in an anthology, Bay Time Stories, a collection of short stories by authors who have been published by Aberdeen Bay (my publisher).  The stories vary from the humorous to the serious, and all of them will make you think.  My story is "The Right to Believe," an inspirational piece that follows a homeless immigrant man through his first months in Washington D.C.

The electronic version is only $0.99 and can be read on Kindle or any PC, as well as other mobile devices.  You can get the book right now here: 

And if you have not already purchased my novel, here's plug.  Approaching Felonias Park, another inspirational piece filled with humor and seriousness, is available in paperback and electronic versions.  Centered around a character who works for a payday lending company, the book has received great reviews!  Proceeds from the novel support a church food pantry, so you can feel good about buying yourself a literary treat.  So far, I've been able to donate $100, and I would like to double that.    Approaching Felonias Park is at

Thank you, all, for your support, and let me know what you think of the anthology and/or novel!

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