A note from the author:
I am of a time when people would say, “You want to hear a story?”
More often than not the answer was “Sure”; to a friend that you thought you heard everything from or a stranger on the barstool next to you. Story tellers and listeners are who we were then.
It is harder now to commit the required time for listening. Sitting in a bar today until someone who looks interesting shows up lacks the promise it used to have. Listeners are hard to come by in this age of quickly consumed information in the print and pictures of other media.
Most of my stories still come to me by way of characters who crowd their way into my imagination and won’t move on until I give them a place on empty pages. I try to keep them short, no more than about one pint of a good dark beer in length. Some take less time to get through and are up for a second reading.
S. Webster has also written a book of poetry titled, Inner Navigations: Evidence of Experience, and one with a variety of her writings titled, Essays: Art, Teaching, Travels, Stories, and a novella titled, Kind Gestures. She also writes under the name, Sandy Webster.
Books by S. Webster:
Short Stories – https://www.amazon.com/dp/BOCCXL16GL
Inner Navigations: The Evidence of Experience – https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0C9SNQFLM
Essays: Art, Teaching, Travels, Stories – https://www.amazon.com/dp/BOCB29LBL4