In my continuing series of short stories, Double Exposure is told from the point of view of a teenage girl in the early 1960s.
If it weren’t for the title story of my book of short stories, The Errant Ricochet: Max Raeburn’s Legacy, this one, Double Exposure, would be my favorite. In her own words that she uses to introduce the story, my teenage protagonist says it best:
“As a child–and especially as a teenage girl–I was told I was too smart for my own good. During the summer of 1963, I proved them all wrong.”
To listen to or read this short story, click here.
P.S. As you know, I use two electronic robots to read my stories, a male (Ryan) and a female (Heather). To my own ear, Heather is the better reader, and I would recommend her.
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