Friday, April 20, 2012

Days of Earth

It's April 20th, and readers can now find two episodes of local fiction. Cherry McClay's story is getting under way. Read on to learn why Earth Day is important to this series.

For those of you just discovering this series, you're invited to read the first chapter of "Territory." Just click on the Chapter tab above.

Looking for more episodes? See "Separation" on Amazon. While we're building momentum, readers can pick up episodes of Cherry Tales Fiction for 99 cents. Yay! Help the series climb up the Amazon ladder by posting a short, honest review. Big thanks for that.

What you'll find in the ongoing series are characters grappling with modern living in the San Francisco Bay area. No spoilers here, so head on over for samples. Get on the blog email list for special extras and notice of newly published episodes. See you soon,
Suzanna Stinnett

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

One special phone booth

Here's a photo from Cherry McClay, the protagonist found in the Cherry Tales Fiction series. Have you seen Episode One? Click through to find it on Amazon.

 Episode One, "Territory."

In case you're wondering where your Batman suit went!
Larkspur, Marin county

Friday, March 9, 2012

Brand New Territory

Pick up your copy of "Territory," the pilot episode of Cherry Tales Fiction, on Amazon.

Author Note #1:
It's been a strange road to this first episode of Cherry Tales. The idea for serial fiction sprouted in my brain about ten years ago when blogs first began glimmering into existence.

Writing straight from my environment and delivering these stories into your digital device is a dream come true. Being able to find my own readers (hi!!) is essential to the dream.

"Territory" published March 14, 2012. Wahoo!! This is serial fiction designed with Kindle users in mind, but if you don't have a Kindle, you can still read Kindle products by downloading the free app into your computer or other device. If you are not able to use the free Kindle app for some reason, let me know. We'll figure out how to get you a copy of the pilot episode.

Read more about this emerging genre (sometimes called episodic micronovels) in my Author Reports on this site. And be sure to catch the reviews by the protagonist of the series, Cherry McClay.

Thank you for listening. Without you, there'd be no reason to tell these stories.

Suzanna Stinnett
Sausalito, California
March 9, 2012