I sure did! I really did.
Somehow, during the second year of the pandemic, I thought I’d try a new genre of writing and, well, here we are.
And I am excited to announce that the collection will be released this month – November 2021.
PRE-ORDERS WILL BE AVAILABLE NEXT WEEK.
The We Couldn’t Be Heroes and Other Stories Collection will be available this month on Amazon and Kindle. The stories can be purchased as standalone e-books, or as a collection in paperback or Kindle.
This series features stories set on Earth and stories set in space. The stories venture into different genres and asks large and small questions, while taking readers to a morning coffee shop, interstellar travel, neighborhood canvassing, and places beyond.
What if a Black man could control the weather, God dialed 911, or aliens took our souls? Would we notice? Would we care? I think you’ll enjoy this newest set of imaginative and thoughtful stories. And I hope you will pre-order your copies.
And stay tuned for my upcoming announcement about my new novel that will also be released this year. Set in the Black church as seen through the eyes of young Jamaal, I think you’ll love Jamaal and enjoy his adventures.
© 2021 by Myron J. Clifton. All Rights Reserved.
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Myron J. Clifton is slightly older than fifty, lives in Sacramento, California, and is an avid Bay Area sports fan. He likes comic books, telling stories about his late mom to his beloved daughter Leah, and talking to his friends.
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