“Artie and the Brown-Eyed Woman” is published and available at all the usual places, and many unusual places, and even places I’ve never heard of before. Yes, about 70 different outlets will give you the ability to buy the short story, for 99 cents and less in some cases. You can put it on your Apple device, read it on your Kindle or Nook, put a PDF version on your PC or laptop. Great to have available when you have to wait in line or at the doctor’s office. Not deep or dark, but a lighthearted story about a guy who always seems to be lead astray by a beautiful woman, but somehow comes out unscathed. Well, almost unscathed. And if you like this one, there are three more to enjoy. Check out at least one. Artie even has some reviews here and there. If you like one, you’ll probably like them all. Click on the cover to your right and read all about it!
Who is she? Battered and bruised, she first becomes aware of her total loss of memory while walking on a dark, lonely road. Before she arrives in an unfamiliar town called Valleyview, she makes up a name–Alice Strong–and claims she’s eighteen. Her injuries heal and she accepts a job at the local nursing home. During her first day of work, a patient passes away, posed as if ready for burial. Alice can’t understand why the death of an old woman she doesn’t know hits her so hard. When a second resident dies in the same position, the director of… Continue reading