A few years ago I wrote a short story called "Janey in Amber," for the anthology The Stories in Between, which was published by small press Fantastist Enterprises in celebration of the great indie genre bookstore Between Books.
Since the press was small and the book was primarily sold at that single store (although other stores could, and did, order and sell it) not a ton of people ever saw the story. It's part of my self-published e-book-only anthology Nine Frights, but again, distribution has been scanty.
Now the story is available for free in Mobi format--if you're an active part of the DarkFuse books community. And if you're reading this, and read my work, you should be part of that community. It's a great bunch of people who love dark fiction of all sorts. Since DarkFuse is my new publishing home--with one brand new novel and three reprints coming out in early 2013--it's a publishing company you should be familiar with.
So check out the Darkfuse community, join up (it's free) and get exposed to some of the best writing going on in any genre. And one of the many perks of participating in the community is free fiction, including "Janey in Amber."
A few people have reviewed the story here and there. One, on the anthology's Amazon page, gave it four stars and called it, "an interesting read with a twist." And one on Goodreads said: "REALLY spooky.
Really, how can you go wrong?