So, I did a thing. Kind of on a lark, though I’d had it in development for a while.
I got back the rights to my Christmas/New Year’s short story “In from the Cold” a while back (it was previously published with the now-defunct Silver Publishing). After a brief discussion with William Cooper on Friday, I decided to give Kindle publishing a try for the first time. The story is now live, just in time for the holiday season.
The new edition is basically the same as the original, with just some minor edits, no content changes, so if you read that version, no need to buy the new one. I currently have no plans to publish the story on other platforms, though that could change. (A week ago, I had no plans to publish this one!)
“In from the Cold”
Length: 8,700 words
Blurb: When Jeff Young walks into the rural Georgia lodge Neal Owens runs, he’s just looking for a room to escape a frigid late December night. What he ends up finding is a new friend, a lover, and maybe more, all wrapped up in one hot package.