Just a quick heads-up: I'll be putting out a (free) short story soon - just as soon as I navigate the byzantine mechanism by which one generates and publishes viable ebooks. If you join the mailing list, you'll get first crack at it.
When it comes to ebooks (and many aspects of learning how to get my stuff into the hands of readers), I'm reminded of the parable of the blind men and the elephant. Each lays his hands on a different part of the creature. One wraps his arms around the leg, and says an elephant is like a tree trunk. Another places his palms on the flank, and says it's like a wall. Another touches the tail and says it must be like a broom. Another feels the ear and says an elephant must be like a leaf.
Then the elephant stomps them all to death.
Just kidding. Actually, the ebook stomps them all to death, and by that I mean stomps their spirit into submission, and by them I mean me.
I went through 25 iterations of formatting tweaks to make the story display the way it's supposed to, without - for example - displaying "Chapter One" on the second to last page, or eliminating the text altogether in favor of a cover and an "About the author" section. Join that mailing list, grab a copy as soon as it drops, and leave me a review. I'd love to hear from you.