Breakfast in Paris, by Graeme Cameron

As a paving stone on the path to something much bigger, my thoroughly talented writing partner, Graeme Cameron, is offering up BREAKFAST IN PARIS, a wonderful short story, for free download to Nook, Kindle, or whatever gadget you may use for reading. (Kindle download) (All other formats)

From the jacket copy:

At a sidewalk café on a bustling Parisian avenue, a man awaits a rendezvous with the woman of his dreams. But as anticipation turns to dread, is he about to wake with a start?


If you haven’t got an ereader, both Barnes & Noble and Amazon offer free ereader software for your PC, Mac, tablet, or smartphone. (And if you tell me you haven’t got one of those, I’m going to look at you funny and ask how you’re reading this.)

Get it – the software and the story. You’ll love it. And if I’m right (which I am) do take a moment to voice your approval with stars, or even a review.

This is the start of something wonderful.

(Note: A quirk of Amazon has the story initially listed at $.99 through the Kindle link, but it will revert to a free download soon. Now, I’m sure Graeme wouldn’t object to a cut of the nearly-a-buck, but if ya like, the other link has the Kindle download free of charge immediately – just save the .mobi format to your ‘My Kindle Content’ and synch your device/app. Et voilà!)


Author: jamiemason

Wrote THE HIDDEN THINGS, MONDAY'S LIE, and also THREE GRAVES FULL (Simon & Schuster's Gallery Books.) Might write something else if I'm not careful.

2 thoughts on “Breakfast in Paris, by Graeme Cameron”

  1. Love it with stars and/or a review where you bought it. ‘Lunch in Madrid’ is up next and then, well, by then you’ll be hooked on Mr. Cameron’s writing.

    These are appetizers. The entrée is an entirely different animal, and time and a half as excellent.

    (I’m glad you love it.)

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