Just released this week! Woot!
The local writers group - Writers 4 All Seasons - tried out a group project this year: collecting our own short stories and publishing them to a themed anthology.
Stories For All Seasons collects each tale in a chronological order - by season, by month - that provides a sense of scenery, of mood, of time and place.
My submission "Where the Snow Is Grey" is towards the end, as it's set around the Christmas holidays. The title itself comes from a mondegreen of sorts: I misheard the first few lines of Tori Amos' "Winter" song and... well... from the title came the story idea.
It's only available as eBook as this is a small writers group and we are but humble wage-slaves unable to afford actual print publishing. Currently it's Amazon Kindle only, but I'll see if we're getting an EPUB variation out as well. Update 8/20: I've been told that our publishing arrangement with Kindle has it so they have exclusive rights for a few months, so we won't see an EPUB version for about six months perhaps.
For myself, this is a new publication release for which I am feeling the usual buzz of "oh yeah I made it". I think for some from the writers' group, this is their first publication of any kind, I think they're through the roof.
Makes me wanna finish those damn novels I'm still tripping over. ;)
If any visitors here want to download the anthology, please do. All I ask is that you leave a review on Amazon, which will help promote the book. And if you like what the other authors wrote, please follow-up and see what else they've got on market. Thank you!