To You (The Letters Part #1)
“How much do you love her?” she asked.
I knew very well how much. I was there with Death negotiating the cost of your life. I thought that too clearly attested my love for you. That’s not what she wanted and I knew it. What she wanted was for me to grovel. I wouldn’t give her such pleasure. Little did I know then how much that would cost me.
Written in Second Person, “I” recall the love we had and lost, and speak of a vow “You” don’t remember.
To You is a 6,000 word short story that appears in the anthology, Amor Vincit Omnia. It is part one of “The Letters.”
For You (The Letters Part #2)
“I remember,” you say again. “I remember everything.”
Come back to me, my love. I call to you, and you answer. You return to me one night with your memories, and together we challenge the Death Witch and break the vows we made to her in exchange for our happiness. We broke those vows unaware of the price we would soon pay.
Written in Second Person, “For You” continues where “To You” left off.
For You is a 6,000 word short story that appears in the anthology, Good Things. It is part two of “The Letters.”