Hearts to Spare: Tidal Flash Fiction

Hearts To Spare Kindle Book Cover 2I’m terribly late posting this, but for Valentine’s Day this year, I took part in the “Be Mine” Valentine’s Day Bash in Ana Newfolk’s Facebook group Café Lima – Ana Newfolk’s Hangout. Participating authors were asked to write a 500-word flash fiction of a pairing from an existing work and I knew right away that I wanted to write about Carter and Riley from Wake and Calm, my books in the Tidal Series I co-wrote with Brigham Vaughn.

When we wrote Wake and Calm, I took on the character of Carter. This time around, however, I thought I’d do something different and get into Riley’s head. It was even more fun than I expected and made me miss the characters so much, I plan to go back to write more extras about them when I have a little time. Hearts to Spare can be read here on my blog or as part of the free Be Mine compilation, which includes all of the flash fiction contributed during the Facebook event.

Published by kevancoles

K. Evan Coles is a mother and tech pirate by day and a writer by night. She is a dreamer who, with a little hard work and a lot of good coffee, coaxes words out of her head and onto paper. K. lives in the northeast United States, where she complains bitterly about the winters, but truly loves the region and its diverse, tenacious and deceptively compassionate people. You’ll usually find K. nerding out over books, movies and television with friends and family. She’s especially proud to be raising her son as part of a new generation of unabashed geeks. K.’s books explore LGBTQ+ romance in contemporary settings.

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