The Barfly From Apartment Twenty-One is a gritty general fiction tale.
Ending up at her local haunt in her pajamas was the first of Amanda's problems that night, but not the most pressing. She can't remember a single thing about herself or the two men that insist they know who she is and can explain everything. Her problems threaten to become far too much for her to handle when she finally makes it to apartment twenty-one.
This piece was published by Spark on July 10, 2013. If you are unfamiliar with Spark: A Creative Anthology, I highly encourage you to take a minute and check out their sight. Brian Lewis, the Editor-in-Chief, has some incredibly informative interviews posted. All the info on submissions and contests can be found there as well.
You can purchase Spark: A Creative Anthology Volume II through Spark's website or Amazon.com. Use coupon code: V2-EDWARDS-FRIENDS to get 50% purchase price of print and eBook versions. This offer expires on October 1, 2013. The anthology is available in e-pub and Kindle formats as well as trade paperback. Hardcover copies are coming soon.
So if July finds you in the mood for a dark and tragic tale, I've got you covered. Look for my story, The Barfly From Apartment Twenty-One, in the second volume of Spark. I'd love to hear what you think, so be sure to return and post comments.