The trilogy, published in paperback in 2011, has been released in e-book format and can be immediately downloaded from Amazon.Com and its sister sites.
The Kiss - Pete and Fay beat all the odds to meet each other in a strange country, in a strange town, in a strange bar. Out of more than 6,000 million people, somehow they ended up in the same room on the same evening. They beat the odds and fell in love. But they couldn't beat the odds and stay together. Yet their love never dies. In The Kiss, Pete and Fay tell friends, themselves and their memories of each other how they feel.
The Letters That We Wrote - Pete and Fay wrote letters to each other from when they first met until they died. But they never posted them.
The Things That I Can't Say - in The Kiss and The Letters That We Wrote, Pete and Fay both mention the terrible poetry Pete wrote for Fay. In this volume, with additional short stories and some older poems, Jefferson Galt puts into words the things that everyone wants to say, but often think they will sound stupid, or they are too embarrassed to say them. Even if the poetic form is terrible, Pete says the things that we all want to say but don't know how or don't have the courage to say out loud.
Pricing for the Kindle editions is set with reference to the US price.
The Kiss USD1.99
The Letters That We Wrote USD2.99
The Things That I Can't Say USD2.99
Taxes may be applied at the point of sale.
For full information, extracts and links to purchase the books, please visit http://www.jeffersongalt.com
Notes to editors
- The Kiss
- Pete, Fay, Love ("The Kiss" and "The Letters That We Wrote" in one volume)
- The Things That I Can't Say
Jefferson Galt's website at http://www.jeffersongalt.com includes extracts, some thoughts and his periodic open letters to readers giving an insight into the books and the author.
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Jefferson Galt is an author.
His published books include
- The Kiss
- Pete, Fay, Love (The Kiss and The Letters That We Wrote in one volume)
- The Things That I Can't Say.