Interrupting my packed schedule of reading Chinese webnovels, here is a bit of seasonal fluff for the Touchstone fans. It was meant to be a quick short story, but turned into 10,000 words somehow.
Expect character glimpses and worldbuilding - this is not a plot-heavy story, though I did end up thinking quite a bit about the times of the year when families get together to have arguments about minor things but generally be cheerful at each other.
[The snow, of course, is not seasonal at all for Australia. It was 44C here yesterday, but thankfully cooler today. (I'm not anywhere near bushfires, btw, though we do get a fair bit of smoke from them.)]
As usual, the publication process will take varying amounts of time depending on the retailer. I'll add links below as they come up. [Published in 2020 or 2019 depending on what part of the planet you're on. :) ]
Amazon US, UK, AU
Kobo US, AU
Search Apple's app to get the story there (this usually takes a couple of days to publish).
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