I am not going to claim that I am a great writer, but I think I’m pretty good. I’m not going to pretend that I’m a genius at marketing, otherwise I’d be quite rich. But one thing I am going to do is throw a bit of my self-respect out the window and pimp my short story “Right and Wrong”, now available for Barnes & Noble’s Nook and Amazon’s Kindle!
As usual, I can’t and won’t claim to be unbiased, and no self-respecting journalist would do a review or critique of his or her own work. So I won’t claim those things, nor will I do those things. What I will do is tell you a small bit about the story so you can make up your mind if you might be interested in purchasing it through either of the above sources.
The story centers around a private detective named Reginald Washington in 1946, a little more than a year after World War II officially ended. A former fighter pilot that lead bomber escort missions into Germany, and a cop before that, Washington is tasked to find a missing young woman in southern Illinois. The catch? He’s black, she’s not, and the town of Green Prairie is deep in Klan country.