Monthly Archives: July 2011

“Tiffany Gets Her Boobs” released

Tiffany knows that only one thing separates her from stardom — a boob job. Who’ll pay for it? She’s determined to find out.

This humorous short story, starring the character from my novel Bubba Goes for Broke, is now available on Amazon and Smashwords as well as right here on the Free Fiction page. It precedes the action in the novel, so it’s a perfect introduction if you’re waffling on Bubba.

It’s also free everywhere but on Amazon (and I’m hoping their bots will notice that and make it free there, too).

Enjoy!

Oh, and by the way, it’s the short story that has been released, not Tiffany’s boobs.

Free Fiction Page

I’ve added a Free Fiction Page that I intend to update regularly with short stories. (I’ll provide a schedule soon.)

The debut story is “Tiffany Gets Her Boobs,” a precursor to my Bubba Goes for Broke novel, published under the pen name David Bawdy.  Click on the page at the top of the screen or here.

Watch that author name!

I’ve got a new short story coming out electronically that I’ll be telling you about soon. It’s a precursor to my novel Bubba Goes for Broke and features the Tiffany character.

I’ll be posting it here for free — the start of my Free Fiction page — and it’ll be immediately available for free on Smashwords and eventually, all its outlets. I’ll have to wait for the Amazon bots to find the freebie status elsewhere and drop the price automatically.

All that said, I published Bubba Goes for Broke under the pen name David Bawdy to avoid confusion with Cracking the Ice. I made sure to list the new story, “Tiffany Gets Her Boobs,” under the same name with one notable exception.

The first version of the cover listed the author as David H. Hendrickson, which I’m sure puzzled a few people when they compared it to the desciption. Hendrickson… Bawdy? As they would have said on the old Saturday morning cartoons, What a maroon!

It’s fixed now on Smashwords and should be anytime now on Amazon, so no harm, no foul. But it does remind your humble cover designer to skip all reflex actions.

Going to the movies

Here’s how you can tell someone else (in my case, my wife) has always been getting to the movie theatre first and buying the tickets: it’s finally you in line and you hand the guy a twenty for two tickets and can’t understand why he’s looking at you for more.