“Woman Moving to the Country” now available for Kindles and Kindle apps

I just published my literary fiction story “Woman Moving to the Country” on the Kindle platform.  This story originally came out about a year ago in Prairie Fire, a Canadian literary journal.  But Prairie Fire can be difficult to get your hands on outside of Canada, and since several issues of the journal have now come and gone, I figured it might be worthwhile to re-release the story.  If you have a Kindle or a device with the Kindle app, you can buy the story here for only 99 cents.  (You don’t need to buy a Kindle to read Kindle books; you can get a free Kindle app for pretty much any computer, tablet or smart phone here.)

It doesn’t have a cover yet, because I figure that only people who know me personally are likely to buy it right now, and they probably won’t be swayed one way or the other by whether I invest a few hours teaching myself how to use Microsoft Publisher so I can cobble together a pretty cover image.  But I’ll try to add one eventually.  You know, for when I’m famous.

This story contains no fantasy or science fiction content whatsoever.  Just so you aren’t disappointed when you get to the end and realize that there was not a single elf (not one!) appearing anywhere within the story.  (I am aware that for some, this is a plus, not a minus.  Haters!)

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