Friday, March 7, 2014

Here At Last

The calendar may say it's March, but at The Doubting Writer, winter is still going strong! That's right, folks, though St. Patrick's Day is just around the corner, we have ten below zero this morning! What else? Frozen lakes! Ice dams! Snow in the forecast! Our heating bills are insane!

Whew. Sorry, I just found myself channeling one of the old Crazy Eddie commercials. Anyway.....

It's finally here:

Included are stories by Mindy McGinnis, Cat Woods, Matt Sinclair, Paul Parisi, and some guy with a mustache and glasses. I'm thrilled to be in this anthology, and I can't wait for my copy to arrive--there are some excellent writers in there and I'm proud to have made the grade.

Where can it be found? I'm glad you asked:


Kindle from Amazon


Now, it somehow figures: Editor Matt Sinclair never said, "You're stories must take place in the season of the anthology." If he had, I would never get published by him. "Last Man Standing," from the summer anthology, takes place in spring. And "An Unexpected Reunion," my entry for Winter's Regret, takes place in summer. I'm not sure it will warm anyone's heart, however. I do hope people enjoy it.

Next week, I will actually have my act sufficiently together to do a giveaway. For now, if you absolutely can't wait, go on and buy it, and leave a review--you won't regret it.

Have a great weekend, everyone!


  1. Congratulations on the anthology, Jeff.

    And I dread to think what people's heating bills are like after the winter you've had.

  2. I think I'll purchase from Smashwords over the weekend. Congrats Jeff.

  3. I've really enjoyed the other anthologies - looking forward to this one too!

  4. Congrats, Jeff. I love anthologies. Besides being short--which fits my tight schedule--it's a great opportunity to find new writers.

  5. A huge congrats to you and all the other writers who were published in the winter anthology! :) How exciting for you. I can't wait to get a chance to read this.

  6. Congrats! The book looks great! :)


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