Fingerprints is my first collection of short stories. A unique exercise in micro-fiction, most of the stories are set in Washington, DC beyond the narrow confines of Capitol Hill. Topics explored include sex, nostalgia, modern relationships, and the new American persona. 226 pages of accessible reading with something for everyone. Fingerprints is now available on Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, for the Kindle, and is now available locally at DC's most famous independent bookstore, Politics and Prose
located at 5015 Connecticut Ave NW. Get your copy today!
Praise for Fingerprints:
"It’s quite something. Very short stories that are almost like koans. His stories are little moments in life that send the reader pondering and wondering."
"These stories extend from two to ten pages long, and their brevity makes them an excellent read on the metro; I could read for only one or two stops and not feel completely lost the next time I opened the book."
an excerpt from one of the featured stories --
wasn’t until they entered Wok 'N Roll and sat down that Emily
realized Vijay had a thing for her. He had held out the chair for her
and smiled in an almost puppy-dog way that indicated, at the very
least, a crush. She quickly leafed through the menu, careful not to
communicate anything suggesting that she had picked up on it.
looking good?” he asked, that perpetual grin etched on his good
looking face, projecting an air of too nice, someone who
promises pleasantness beyond social convention to the point of
absurdity, one who makes the majority of young women nauseous, as
intrigue and uncertainty are essential players in any game.
Fingerprints is now available on Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble in paperback. Order it online here or here. It is additionally available as an eBook for the Kindle here, as well as in print at Politics and Prose
located at 5015 Connecticut Ave NW in downtown Washington, DC.