A Cargo Cult of Memories


I’m pleased to announce the release of my first short story collection, A Cargo Cult of Memories on Amazon Kindle!

The collection includes ten short stories that I’ve previously published here on my blog. If you enjoy my writing, I’d really appreciate it if you’d pass along the Amazon URL to your friends for consideration.

All set in the Pacific Northwest, each story offers something different:

Salamanders – Can what we found in childhood be rediscovered as an adult?

Infinity – Some journeys take a lifetime.

Short Plat – Beyond hope lies hope.

The Last Will and Testament of Bartholomew Maintwhistle of Dunlap, Washington – People from the East Coast hated Seattle winters before people from California did.

The Window – If you’re not fifteen minutes early, you’re late.

Thanksgivinghood – Thanksgiving + 911 = SNAFU.

Nisqually – What would you do if you had a solo mountaineering accident?

Disneyland – It’s not always the happiest place on earth.

Goldfish – Studies show that watching tropical fish can lower your blood pressure.

Mistakes Were Made – Pray you never have to throw yourself before the mercy of the court like this.

Thanks to everyone for your support!

Now back to work on my novel…

3 responses to “A Cargo Cult of Memories

  1. pinklightsabre

    Hey congratulations Chris! Nice work! Funny, I think I’ve read most of these stories from your blog already…very cool. I need to coordinate another meeting with you this month (and get me a Kindle so I can purchase this). Happy new year! – Bill

    • Thank you, Bill and Happy New Year! They’re all from my blog, so no new ground for you. 🙂 Would be great to see you again later this month. Let’s connect in email.

    • PS – There are Kindle apps for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, and Windows Phone, so no Kindle device required…

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