Mr. Eaton has asked me to inform you that this is (probably) the last of his semi-badgering promotional activities based around the publication of his story collection Intimate Dialogues.
Four stories from this collection had been published previously online by different magazines. At least three of these, I’ve been informed, have been shouted at you (in a very online sort of way) during these last summer months.
This forth and final shout concerns his published story SHOULDER – and if you click anywhere around here you can go read it – for free at The Cordland Review.
And, I’m requested to urge, if ya like that one, there’s more where it came from. Print and ebooks availability right here.
After I have passed on those essential points, I have been asked to end this and give thanks for reading this and get out.
Consider this done.
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My latest book, a collection of stories entitled INTIMATE DIALOGUES, is being released very shortly.
Several of the stories appearing in this collection have been previously published by online magazines. I’ll be posting some of them, so if you enjoy what you read, you might be tempted to order the whole collection (whether as printed book or ebook).
This one is the story that kickstarted the idea for the collection, which goes some years back (I’ll speak of this in the next blog posting).
Click here to read the story: Interruptions.
More news on this book very soon. Thanks for dropping by, Vincent
An original story of mine was recently published by the well-known and reputable online publication The Cortland Review.
It is called “Shoulder” and is part of my story collection Intimate Dialogues.
It’s available for reading, and just just click anywhere here if you want to read it.
Hope you like, and thanks for dropping by. – Vincent
This Friday, instead of my usual short-short Noises from the House story, I have a longer story that has just been published online at The Cortland Review issue 46.
The story is called “Interruptions” and is taken from my collection of short stories that will be published near Christmas this year under the title, “Intimate Dialogues”.
Hope you like. The link: INTERRUPITONS at The Cortland Review. Thanks for any commentary you have…