A little while ago I pushed the button on the second Seasons story. If it’s not up already (the KDP page currently says “LIVE“), it should show up “soon” for Amazon Kindle for purchase (99 cents) and Kindle Unlimited.
At the same time, I re-uploaded Saving the Spring again with a couple of typo corrections KDP brought to my attention. (It didn’t used to do that; must be a new feature.)
A Midsummer Night’s Hunt is a longer story (my Kindle says it clocks at about an hour and a half to read) and is really more of a novelette than a short story. Indeed, it runs right up to the ceiling of novelette length and bangs on the pipes of being a novel. But it’s not a novel.
It’s also written in third person rather than being Jack’s first-person recounting of the tale. That worked for the first story, I don’t think it would work for this story.
And there are illustrations! Yes, I went apeshit with DAZ3D Studio and there are seven (7) full-color images in addition to the cover.
And it’s still only 99 cents (or, of course, free to read on KU)! Such a deal.