Check out this short story from myauthor blog.
As I mentioned in a previous post, I’m getting ready to release my second collection of short stories soon. As a way to familiarize myself with Amazon’s publishing process my second work that I ever published way back in 2014 was a short story, August, 1963.
It was a story that was written to commemorate the anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s I Have a Dream speech.
I read through this story as I was getting ready to post it and it struck me as a timely tale for today’s climate in the United States. In an effort to avoid the appearance of being political, I will just say that. although the events in this story take place nearly 60 years ago, we still have a long way to go in many aspects of our society.
This story also comes from my short story collection Random Tales which is a collection of unrelated…
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