Remember my big announcement last fall about my short story, The Foreigner’s Loneliness? Previously only available for reading through Solarwyrm Press’s Latchkey Tales: The Darkest Hour, it’s now up on my website.
And you can read it. For free.
Now that you’ve settled down from your victory dance, please take a look at my story! It’s 6,700 words, so maybe forty-five minutes of reading material.
Most importantly, don’t forget to share it afterwards! Shares are the lifeblood of stories like this, whether you email it to a friend, mention it over coffee, or click those handy Facebook and Twitter buttons. The internet tends to be a bit of a shouting contest, and shares ensure new readers can find this!
Thanks so much for supporting my writing. I hope you enjoy “The Foreigner’s Loneliness.”
Title: “The Foreigner’s Loneliness”
Author: S. Hunter Nisbet
Tagline: A young American man teaching English in Japan battles isolation until a small act of rebellion reveals that he’s not alone.
But maybe it’d be better if he was.