Stories’ (r)e-vival

Two of my short stories have been given a new lease of life thanks to the advance of the digital era in publishing.

The crime anthology M.O. Crimes of Practice, which featured my story “A Missing Person’s Inquiry” when it was first published in 2008, has been reissued in kindle format by Comma Press and is available from Amazon and Kobo.
Here’s the link to its Amazon page.

And “Letters Home”, which appeared in The Book of Leeds anthology in 2006, has been reissued as an ebook single and is about to be reissued as a free-to-download iPhone app as part of Tramlines, a Comma Press/Literature Across Frontiers series of apps featuring stories set in different cities around the world.
Here’s the link to the ebook single’s Amazon page.

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