Reviewing some old writing projects, some of which, long forgotten, I came across a short story that I’d published in an anthology benefiting a children’s center in 2001. As I read through The Cabin, it touched me on many levels. There were clear plot points and details within that I modeled after my grandmother, Lillian Whitman – NaNan who passed away only a few months ago.
As I took a trip down memory lane with Tressa, I wanted to give this story a new chance to be heard. It’s now available on Amazon as an ebook.
If you are interested in reading the story, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll get you set up with a free review copy in exchange for an honest review on Amazon.
This is a departure from the children’s book genre and fits more with Contemporary Holiday Romance. It’s a quick read, and I hope you enjoy it.
I’m still hard at work on the children’s series as well as a novel for #NaNoWriMo, though truthfully, completing some of these other projects is getting in the way of the new novel. It may get new life as a short story soon as well.
I’ll also be posting some comps of the proposed cover of the first travel guide for parents with small children for feedback soon. If you’re interested in being a beta reader for that, please let me know.
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