Writers Abroad short story anthology now available

Online writers’ group Writers Abroad, of which I am a member, has published an anthology of fictional short stories about expat life to coincide with UK National Short Story Week, which starts on Monday 22nd November.

Following a call for submissions, we selected 29 stories for inclusion. The stories all deal with aspects of life as an expat. While some of them are no doubt based on true incidents, they are all fiction.

The anthology is available as a *FREE* e-book here  (or click on the image at the beginning of this post). The link takes you directly to a .pdf version of the book which you can download and read either on a computer or on an e-reader.

If you have any problems with the download, please come back here and leave a message in comments below and I’ll email you a copy. No one else will see your email address and I promise you’ll get no spam – I loathe it as much as you do.

If you want to go and find out more about Writers Abroad please click here.

We are also looking into the logistics of producing a hard copy version, although we would have to charge for this given the costs of production. More news on this to follow.

We hope you enjoy our tales of expat life.


About nessafrance

My husband and I moved to an 18th-century farmhouse in SW France in 1997. I am fascinated by French history, rural traditions and customs and enjoy seeking out the reality behind the myths. I run my own copywriting business and write short stories and the occasional novel in my spare time. My husband appears here as the SF, which stands for Statistics Freak, owing to his penchant for recording numbers about everything.
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