My short story, “Feed My People”, is available now on Smashwords. It should be available on most other e-book sites (Barnes & Noble, iBooks, Kobo, etc.) within the next few days. It is not available on Amazon. You can download it on Smashwords in Kindle format. Oh, and did I mention that it is FREE? Yes, FREE.
Here’s the blurb:
The climate is ruined. Cycles of torrential rain and snow alternate with heat waves that make it dangerous to be outdoors for long. Most of the farmable land is either underwater from rising oceans or destroyed in the severe weather cycles. Food is in short supply, and Beni Oligowma controls the distribution of what there is in his local area. Grocery store owners Frank and his father have to live with whatever Beni decides is fair. And that usually means Frank can’t afford the best that’s available. When a university student returns home with an experimental method that may provide a new way to grow food, Frank is determined to help the system succeed, even if it means a confrontation with Beni.
“Feed My People” is a short story, set in a dystopian science fiction world.
And you can get it here:
As always, if you read and enjoy, a review is muchly appreciated. Thank you.
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