I'm happy to share a new cover for my paranormal short story, Finding Finn! The former cover was interesting and I liked it, but this one by Sharon Clare at Book Nook is wonderful.
Here's the book blurb:
Finding Finn is a short story loosely connected to the Fierce Hearts series’ were-lynx colony.
Asher Monroe’s younger brother Finn has never had any trouble accepting his human identity despite Asher’s extraordinary were-lynx abilities and rich life with the colony. In fact, Finn loves his life as a research scientist and living on his own terms. But when a disease that is targeting were-lynxes brings a group of violent were-lynxes to town to threaten his research partner, Nissa Bello, his life is changed forever.
I'm really enjoying writing short stories for a bit. I love their pacing and that I can write them quickly between book projects. According to Brian Klems in his article in Writer's Digest, writing a short story can provide readers a pleasurable experience on a time budget.
"Short stories are having a revival in the digital age. As book marketing guru Penny C. Sansevieri wrote in The Huffington Post, 'Short is the new long. Thanks to consumers who want quick bites of information and things like Kindle Singles, consumers love short.” It seems the short story is back—on an iPhone near you,'" he wrote.
I know I'm having fun writing short stories, and if readers are enjoying reading them, I'll continue.
Finding Finn is available for 99cents at variety of retailers, including Amazon.