I know times are tough, and I absolutely hate what's happening. I do hope that this summer offers hope: hot weather helping squash the spread of the virus, people spending more time outside enjoying the outdoors instead of glued to a screen, and an overall higher appreciation for the smaller things in life.
I've written a couple of new free short stories for you to enjoy: Teardrops on Fire and When Comes the Huntress. I wrote Teardrops a couple of years ago for a short story competition. I didn't win, but it was certainly interesting incorporating the theme: the apocalypse. Everyone who knows me knows that I love a great apocalypse story. What you read in that story really did happen in the 70s. Seriously. Look it up. When Comes the Huntress is based off a dream I had last week. I made some tweaks to it, and the outcome is what you can now read. I rather like Penelope Roux, and I think I could start a series based on her. I don't know about full-length novels, but definitely short stories here and there. What do you think? What kind of demons would you like to see Penelope face?
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Please, enjoy the free short stories on rainy days. On pretty days, get your bum outside and have fun in that beautiful sunshine!