Great news, Readers!
THE LUCKY LADY IS DOUBLING DOWN!
If you don’t understand the term, in gambling, doubling down means to double the first bet. In life, it means to strengthen one’s commitment to a particular strategy or course of action, typically one that is risky. Since The Lucky Lady first five short stories sold well, I decided to write five more. These will be released one at a time, though.
To celebrate story 6’s release, I’m offering Story 1, The Big Gamble, free for a couple of weeks. If you haven’t tried the series, this is the time to do it.
The Big Gamble
Book 1: The Lucky Lady Casino Short Stories
She’s a full-time caregiver for her beloved mother and seeks a night of respite at a gaming house.
In “The Big Gamble,” Jane Remington and John Murphy meet one Friday night while playing slot machines. At first, they don’t share personal information and know each other as Jane Doe and John Doe. Then they get close. But can a guy with too much responsibility as it is, and a woman who has already given up her freedom for another, find happiness together at The Lucky Lady Casino?
Find out in Kathryn Shay’s poignant short story which takes place in this unusual setting.