BioJ.B. Reynolds lives in rural Northland, New Zealand, where he raises children and chickens. He is the author of the Crossing The Divide series, a collection of contemporary short stories in which tragedy meets comedy and character reigns supreme. Each story in the series focuses on a different character and explores their struggle to "cross the divide" and connect with the people in their lives.<br /> <br /> Claim your copy of the darkly humorous "Riding Shotgun", Book 2 in the Crossing The Divide series: (just copy and paste the link into your browser)<br /> jbreynolds.net/free-story/<br /> <br /> In between the publication of his first story as a university student and a return to serious writing in 2016, he has worked as a graphic designer, landscaper, ski and snowboard technician, film critic, librarian, apple picker, and baker of muffins and teacakes.<br /> <br /> Nowadays, when not writing, he’s a husband, father, and high school teacher (not necessarily in that order). He enjoys sailing, cycling, and playing music, really loud, when his wife and kids aren’t at home. He has a big garden where he likes to get his fingernails dirty, and he loves to eat the things that grow in it.
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What Friends Are For
When you’re a young mum living in a small town miles away from friends and family, boredom and loneliness are part of the job description. So when Tracy receives an unexpected call from the beautiful and elegant Kate Hensley, she jumps at the chance to get out of the house and share the company of another woman. But Kate is everything Tracy isn’t, and she finds herself questioning Kate’s motives in extending the invitation. When a chance meeting turns their expedition sour, Tracy gets her answer, but it’s not one she’s expecting…