Linda Mansfield is an Indianapolis-based author, editor and public relations representative. Her “Two Good Feet” series consists of four volumes of seasonal short stories for teens through senior citizens. Their goal is to provide quick, enjoyable reads for stress relief.
Each book can stand alone, but if the series is read in order it provides a short story a week for a year, as each book contains 13 short stories.
The series begins with “Stories for the 12 Days of Christmas,” which she
“Stories for the 12 Days of Christmas” was written to provide short breaks during the hectic holiday season. It is not a children’s book; it was written for teens through seniors. It contains 13 fictional but realistic stories to appeal to both men and women, as six of the stories have male main characters and seven of the stories have female main characters. None of the stories are romances.
The three sequels continue the stories of these main characters into the spring, summer and fall seasons. Three of the four books are realistic, but a few ghosts drifted into the fall book.
$2.99 (e-book); $10.69 (paperback) through $22.16 (hardcover). https://www.amazon.com/Stories-Days-Christmas-Good-Feet-ebook/dp/B00VOECI1U/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1483634630&sr=1-1&keywords=linda+mansfield
BA in communications from Shippensburg University in Shippensburg, Pa.
Indiana Writers’ Center; The Geeky Press; The American Auto Racing Writers, Broadcasters Association; The Eastern Motorsports Press Association.
Several awards for both news and feature writing from The American Auto Racing Writers, Broadcasters Association and The Eastern Motorsports Press Association.
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