Short Stories

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A group of authors have recently created a  new website specializing in short stories or novellas you can read at lunch time or after dinner. All stories are short, ranging from 5,000 to 35,000 words; from 20 to 120 pages. And they are all priced at 99cents!

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Mystery or Thrillers or Romantic Suspense

Sweet Love Stories or Sizzling Romances

Paranormal or Non-Fiction or Western

You’ll have enough stories to satisify all tastes.

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HER GREEK ROMANCE is a sizzling romance and an armchair trip to Greece that will take you to the beautiful Island of Mykonos and will make you forget the harsh winter weather. CoverFinalMD-HerGreekRomance

  • Overview:
  • Romeo and Juliette Greek style
  • Love letters from the past and a crumbling pink villa.
  • A Greek God–well, no, an ordinary man who only looks like one–and a lovely and brilliant American attorney.
  • All set in Mykonos Island.
  • In court, Counselor Ashley is in for a nasty surprise about her handsome Greek god and Stefano is about to lose the only woman who’s ever touched his heart. Will Stefano be able to convince Ashley he’s not the enemy anymore?

More News:

It’s my pleasure to announce that I have just typed the end to my new story, the second book of the Holidays Babies, VALENTINE BABIES, a sequel to CHRISTMAS BABIES. It will be published by next week, hopefully.

 

 

 

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