Daily Archives: August 30, 2013

What I have been up to…

Several releases in the last couple of weeks.

This isn’t a spam attack – just a listing of what I have released.

On Kobo I’ve released TROLLING LURES – a tale of Coyote and a troll. It’s a novella-length yarn that costs $3.99.

I’ve also released IN THE DARK AND THE DEEP – the first of my new series of short stories of the sea. The stories are not connected, can be read separately – and only cost 99 cents each.

On Kindle I’ve released three of the Sea Tales.

IN THE DARK AND THE DEEP – an historical ghost story from World War 2 Battle of the Atlantic.

HARRY’S MERMAID – a story of a group of homeless men who discover a mermaid…sort of.

And finally the third Sea Tale – I KNOW WHY THE WATERS OF THE SEA TASTE OF SALT – another tale of World War 2 – this one taking place on the island of Okinawa in the final days of the Pacific Campaign.

Each of those three stories are ninety-nine cents a piece.

I’ve also released TROLLING LURES in Kindle format.

As well – just this morning – I released HAMMURABI ROAD – a story of Ontario home-style justice and getting closer to a bear than has ever been dreamed of in the past.

I’ve got ANOTHER short story out in e-book format – but I’ll tell you about that tomorrow.

yours in storytelling,

Steve Vernon