I’m proud to announce that ‘My Father’s Hands’ has been included in Bandit Fiction’s ‘Editor’s Picks’ publication along with other excellent short stories.
The editor describes the story as follows:
“My Father’s Hands takes you on an emotional journey with the protagonist. I was really rooting for the character – I so wanted that man in the pub to be his father. The ending is almost gut-wrenching, which just makes the piece all the more brilliant. The emphasis on the father’s hands is a beautiful and thoughtful way of exploring feelings of loss and grief, as well as the way our minds play tricks on us when we really want something.”