Stories for Airports, by Judy B., in available for free from Smashwords


Paul Samael has an interesting review on his blog


My own (less interesting) review:

This collection of great stories is set lovingly in my own hometown, San Francisco. It’s a book of sights and sounds, traffic and fog, populated by distinct and very real characters. The stories vary wildly in tone and topic, resulting in quite a satisfying assortment of flavors. I especially enjoyed the very funny tale of the facial rash shaped like the Virgin of Guadalupe, and the onion-layered regression of Clang Clang Clang.