New edition of ‘Carrying Snakes Into Eden’ is Free Feb 17-19
I’ve added a second short story to my Kindle book Carrying Snakes Into Eden in this new edition now available on Amazon.
Here’s the book’s new description:
The title story, “Carrying Snakes Into Eden,” is a whimsical 1960s-era tale about two students who skip church to meet some girls at the beach and end up picking up a hobo with a sack of snakes, and realize there may be long-term consequences.
“Hurricane in the Garden” is a folktale that explains why the snakes were swept out of Eden in the first place. The story features animal characters who made their debut in the three-story set called Land Between the Rivers.
New Edition is Free On Kindle – Feb 17-29
I always intended for this to be a two-story set because the hurricane tale adds depth to the title story, however I got diverted by work on my Florida Folk Magic series longer than I expected.
By the way, I was pleased to see that Midwest Book Review liked the second book in the series, Eulalie and Washerwoman, in a review just out this month: