The theme of these stories is short term relationships or relationships at an end, but I'll use Matt Sinclair's description as he said it best.
"As much as we all like to think about what might have been, we all know that not all relationships were meant to last. For you, perhaps it was a May to September romance that still tastes sweet, or a one-night stand that lasted too long, or maybe the haunting pain associated with a parent or child who died too young.
In the next anthology from Elephant's Bookshelf Press, we explore the short-term relationship.
For the summer edition of our four-season series, we are looking for stories that share a love or relationship that is or appears to be short-lived or not long for this world."
Given that description one would think romance or family relationships. I'm sure many of the stories will follow that direction. Naturally, I went against the grain.
Frost and Fog is a prequel to my epic fantasy, Kindar's Cure, and it has nothing to do with love or family. Set thousands of years from the time period of my epic, Frost and Fog relates how the religious worship in this world was established by a chance meeting of lumberjacks. It explores the ending of one type of life as a new one begins.
And it will be in fabulous company in volume two of the anthology, Summer's Double Edge, which also releases July 15th.
You can find out more about the Summer's Edge Volumes on twitter using the hashtag #EBPchat. Find it on Goodreads. I am so excited to be part of this group of writers and all the proceeds of these books goes to charity.
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