I’m pleased to announce the birth of my new book Little Movies: tales of love and transformation, a collection of fourteen contemporary short stories. Dramatic and often funny, these compelling stories illuminate the transformative power of kindness, generosity, honesty, and love. Regular readers of my blog may recognize some of these stories as refined versions of stories I first posted on my blog a couple years ago.
I realize this may seem like a strange time to be bringing out a new book. It certainly strikes me as an unusual time for anything other than hunkering down and being good to each other. However, I began this publishing process long before the pandemic was anticipated. As it happens, the short stories in the collection celebrate our resiliency and resourcefulness and the power of love, so maybe the timing of this birth will be helpful and inspiring.
Several readers have urged me to make my self-published works available as e-books. Little Movies is my first attempt to do so. The e-book versions—Kindle, Apple, Nook, etc.—will debut a few weeks hence. In the meantime, the handsome paperback edition is available from Amazon or Barnes & Noble or you can order copies from your favorite bookstore. The paperback price is $16.95. The e-books will be considerably less.
I would be delighted if you would share this announcement with your friends who enjoy reading short stories. And if you do purchase a copy of Little Movies and enjoy the stories, I would be grateful if you would write a review for Amazon and/or the site where you purchased the book. Word-of-mouth is my sole means of promoting the book and I think it would be wonderful if lots of people knew about Little Movies.
I hope you are staying safe and sane as we weather this challenging time.
I’ll post another notice when the e-book versions of Little Movies are available.
My Best To You,