"Emily" and many of my other stories are available at the iBookstore, Lulu, Amazon and other places in ePub and related formats for reading on mobile devices. Most of them are free downloads. In addition to a nice format I've revised and tightened them. I'm continuing (slowly) to revise others.
They're still the same stories as found here, and my stories posted here aren't going anywhere, so this is an invitation and heads up, nothing more.
I've made minor revisions to "A Picnic with April," and queued it for posting. In addition to the ePub version here on the site, there is also an ePub version, with a cover image, available as a free (as in no cost to the reader) download on Lulu. It's the same text, and the version on SOL isn't going anywhere.
Sadly, Ms. Paloma does not permit comments, so I can't tell her directly how much I enjoyed the deliciously nasty first chapter of "Make-believe Mom." Great start.
For fun, I put "Emily" on Lulu as a free download. That's free as in no cost to the reader. It's exactly the same text as the version here on SOL, and the SOL version isn't going anywhere except perhaps into your library.
The Lulu version is the ePub formatting provided by SOL (thank you, SOL), with minor edits to the blurb only and a cropped cover image. It's a nice layout.
For those who wondered, Emily is recovering from surfer's myelopathy, sometimes called a spinal stroke, suffered the first time she tried surfing earlier in the year. Most people recover entirely with physical therapy and, as in Emily's case, some wheelchair time.