Right and Wrong

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.

If that piques your interest, and you have a Nook, Kindle, or their apps on an Android, iPhone, computer, or other device, why don’t you pop on over to the appropriate store and purchase a copy now!