My publisher, Highland Press, is working on putting up all my short stories onto Kindle. The latest is the first short story I published called Tutti-Frutti Blues.
Tutti-Frutti Blues was first published in an anthology called No Law Against Love, the procedes of which did and still do go to breast cancer awareness charities.
Tutti-Frutti Blues is also the first story in a duet of stories, both of which are set in my home town of Carmel-by-the-Sea in California. The second book in the duet is called Dude Looks Like A Lady, which is coming soon to Kindle to watch this space, as the man says.
Here's what the readers have said about Tutti-Frutti Blues --
I picked up No Law Against Love becuase of a writer local to my home town of Carmel by-the-Sea, California. Kemberlee Shortland's story, "Tutti-Frutti Blues" and "Dude Looks Like a Lady", brought back memories of the small town I grew up in. Shortland's style of writing is both fun and creative; I look forward to reading more of this authors work in the future!
~ T.Zwagerman, reader
Tutti-Frutti is a special love story filled with romance between two people that is so unique in its own way. A little ice cream with no spoons could turn out delightfully wicked with that one special person. Ms. Shortland crafts an adorable little romance! It had a certain flare to it with the slippers and such a zany day, quite uplifting!
~ Linda, Romance at Heart Magazine
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