Some Poor Taste Wartime Humor: Short Stories, final update (I promise)

The paperback edition is available on Amazon should any beautiful souls wish to spend $10 on little old me.

If you did that you would automatically be my biggest fan and would get #Freebies4Life.

In any case, I’ll be running some off the press and trying to organize a Boston and/or Providence event at which I can read, shake hands, and sell some paperback editions for only $5!

Here’s a link.

T.S. Junior’s short story collection “Some Poor Taste Wartime Humor” is now available!

Some Poor Taste Wartime Humor is available for eyeballs worldwide!

Good morning everyone! The birdsong’s a bit sweeter this morning, the colder winds of the coming autumn making the dew on the grass shiver, and all of the children waiting for the school bus are laughing and smiling…

Because my short story collection with ten, thrilling, dark stories is now available in the Kindle Store!

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Click here to buy on Amazon

No, really, click–it’s only $1.99!

T.S. Junior’s short story collection, “Some Poor Taste Wartime Humor,” one day away!

Behold the beauty of the first three pages of my beautifully and crisply formatted short story collection. I’m thrilled to announce that the manuscript is under review right now by the folks at Kindle Direct Publishing, and should be available tomorrow or Thursday for $1.99! You’ll be able to enjoy these ten stories on your phone, a tablet, a Kindle, or on the Kindle Cloud Reader!

My hope is that you enjoy it enough to leave me an Amazon review, as that would help me out a lot. I think if you did that and signed up for my email list–which you can find by clicking that cog-looking button above–there’s going to a free copy of my short novel, “The Missing Daughters” that’s coming soon in store for you.

T.S. Junior is publishing “Some Poor Taste Wartime Humor” in two days

Here’s a reminder that my short story collection with ten suspenseful stories in it will be available in two days.

I know what you’re thinking. Why should you spend $2 on a book written by a guy you barely know? Several of these stories were published in literary journals and editors from some of the best journals in the country said they liked others, even though it wasn’t a good fit for the journal at the time, but that still isn’t enough for you to trust me.

How about I share a story in the collection for free?

Here it is: Suicide of Danny Tompkins Free Sample

To really gain your trust, I’m going to go way out of my comfort zone and do my first webcast to show my face and tell you what this story is about.