eBook of 'Snow,' a Short Story by Ain is Released
As you brace for the heat of summer, stay cool with a lilting Irish short story: "Snow" by Aine Greaney, which will be published as an eBook this Friday by Pixel Hall Press. The neat thing about an eBook short story is that it's a delight to read (and finish in a single sitting) on any device on hand: an iPhone or other smartphones; Kindle, Nook or any eReader; tablets such as an iPad or Galaxy; or your laptop or computer.
Set in a one-street small town in the Irish midlands, "Snow" is a stylish portrait of Dolores, a young expatriate Irish woman who is suddenly summoned home from America to take care of her estranged and sick father. In her childhood home, Dolores wrestles with the push and pull between her new American life and her past life in Ireland. As she nurses her father back to health, she is beset by memories and caught between family loyalties and her own desires.
Reviewers and book bloggers may contact Cynthia Dadson, the Marketing Director of Pixel Hall Press Cynthia [at] PixelHallPress [dot] com for review copies of "Snow."
ABOUT AINE GREANEY
An Irish native who now lives and writes on Boston's North Shore, Aine Greaney's most recent writing recognitions include a Pushcart nomination and selection as a "notable" in Best American Essays 2013. Other writing awards and shortlists include the Hennessy Award for New Irish Writing, the Fish Anthology, the Rubery International Book Award, the Frank O'Connor Award, the Irish News Short Story Award and Indie Lit 2011.