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Just an announcement about new books. James D. Young and Sandra Yuen MacKay (that's me) met here on Lit.org which resulted in Chop Shtick which he encouraged me to write and From New York to Vancouver: Stories on the Fly a collaboration between him and me consisting of 2 novellas and a short story.

In the latter, East unexpectedly meets West in “Untitled Story,” while a lawyer’s efforts to marry off his only daughter in “Inner Circle” produces quite interesting results with mayhem and madness. “Legacy” is the tale of a teenager whose photographs take on eerie dimensions of a deceased artist’s famous works. The stories in From New York to Vancouver will intrigue and please readers, casual or critical.

Both books are available on Amazon plus other books by us including
My Schizophrenic Life: The Road to Recovery from Mental Illness, a memoir
and four books by James D. Young.

You may find links to these entertaining books at the bottom of our interview.
Interview

If you're interested, please order a copy of our writing or ask your library to carry it.

Incidentally I used to be a columnist and editor for Majestic which was the Lit.org online newsletter years ago.


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