Checked Out: A Short Story

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
A woman finds out the hard way that work and romance don't always mix. (Flash fiction)
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Price: Free! USD

Words: 760
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466062986
About Kenya D. Williamson

I'm a verse novel and short fiction author, screenwriter (TV, film and the web), actress and poet from Levittown, Pennsylvania. After several years of acting -- and performing in dozens of TV shows, films and commercials -- I returned to my writing roots. I studied screenwriting then embraced my loves of fiction and poetry.

I wrote "Depth of Focus: A Novel" and "Depth of Focus: The Stanzas." Verse novels, both books tell the same story of a young woman's quest for independence, love, career success and the healing of her broken family. But, one version of the book ("The Stanzas") is broken into the poetry/rhythm I heard when I originally wrote it. Currently living in Los Angeles, I'm writing my 2nd and 3rd verse novels -- "Siblings & Other Torture Devices" (comedy) and "Windmills" (drama/suspense). For each, I plan to release both versions.

Parts of my resume are posted on the Internet Movie Database (IMDb) at www.imdb.me/kenya. To see it in its entirety -- along with samples of my work -- visit my website, www.kenyadwilliamson.com. I post excerpts, short stories, news, etc. Until I have enough short fiction to complete my anthology, I'll also be posting some efforts on my Scribd and Smashwords profiles.

My site: www.kenyadwilliamson.com
Scribd: http://www.scribd.com/kenya_williamson_1
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/author/kenya.d.williamson
Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/4384752.Kenya_D_Williamson
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Kenya.Dieja.Williamson
Blog: http://kenyadwilliamson.blogspot.com/

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Review by: Erin ORiordan on July 06, 2011 :
An impressive introduction to the work of Kenya Williamson, this flash fiction showcases a daydream. We've all been there: working hard for the money, but mentally we're somewhere else. Along comes that smugly annoying someone who knows we have a thing for them, and despite our better judgement, we can't even help drifting away mentally for a moment. That's what happened to the supermarket checker in this brief tale, well told.
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