Emily and Daniel is available now as a free download in ePub format on Lulu (and eventually on Barnes & Noble and Amazon), and will appear shortly on my Tumblr blog as well. It's the same story as here, with a couple of minor fixes, and the version posted here will remain here.
What's the difference between SOL's ePub version and the one on Lulu? Not much. Aside from minor edits the Lulu version has slightly different formatting, a more book-like feel, and a cover.
I've submitted "Emily and Daniel" for posting, It's a sequel of sorts to "Emily," but it stands on its own. It's a romp, with a fair bit of over-the-top language, which I blame on Emily since a lot of it comes from her journal. I had fun writing it, and I hope you enjoy it.
It will be available soon as a free download on Lulu and elsewhere, but the story as posted will stay here on Storiesonline.
I just received a note from a reader saying how much he enjoyed my stories. I wrote to thank him for his kind words and also to thank him for taking the time to write, but the email address as written is apparently garbled and my message was returned.
So I'll say it here: Thank you for your kind words. I'm glad you've enjoyed my stories.
A short and silly piece. Part of a warm-up exercise during November's National Novel Writing Month. Not to be taken seriously, but it was fun to write.
I've added a second, "middle," story to my Tumblr blog. It fills in what happened on the evening after the day at the beach told in TxCathy15's "Summer Holiday." The story does not fit current SOL guidelines, so I can't post it here, but it's free for the reading or downloading on Tumblr.