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More new fiction at The Disappointed Housewife

 

Over at The Disappointed Housewife today we’re featuring a short story by California writer Audrey Kalman, who’s well known by many here in this corner of the blogosphere. “Foreign Bodies” is a very special break-up story. And it has oysters.

Audrey has also written two novels (see her Amazon page here) and has published short fiction and poetry in several outlets. You can learn more about her and her writing at her website.

I’ve had the pleasure recently of beta reading a new novel of Audrey’s, and while I’ve promised not to reveal anything about it, what I can say is that Audrey’s writing is superb, her imagination is wide, and her storytelling is engaging. She writes with complete confidence and creates a fictional world that is real, complex, and full of granular detail. She’ll be working on the book a while longer, but take it from me – you’ll want to grab a copy the minute it comes out.

But in the meantime you can check out her other novels, What Remains Unsaid and Dance of Souls.

And you can read “Foreign Bodies” right now.

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5 comments on “More new fiction at The Disappointed Housewife

  1. Phillip McCollum
    April 5, 2018

    Glad to see TDH is kicking arse and taking names! Good on ya, Kevin.

    • Kevin Brennan
      April 5, 2018

      Thanks, Phillip. Slowly building a readership. It’s been fun too!

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  3. Carrie Rubin
    April 5, 2018

    Audrey Kalman writes beautiful sentences I can only dream of. I always enjoy her work.

    • Kevin Brennan
      April 5, 2018

      So true. She’s really in command of her talent. 👍🏻

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