Scenes is a collection of very short stories and poetry. One reviewer characterized it as "Not what one usually thinks of as short stories, but little "scenes" or "sketches" that capture life and paste it on paper and it is somehow ... fascinating."
There are 13 stories, ranging from just over a page to six pages in length with 2-5 poems associated with each. They are intended to be read in any order, sequence, or part - read only the stories, only the poems, only one section, everything at once, any way is fine. Each piece stands on its own or can be tied together.
Each is at least partially autobiographical, some significantly but others only marginally. There are some notes at the end, if the reader is interested in a bit more detail of the process.
It has been in print for a year but is now available for Kindle on Amazon for $2.99 (free with KindleUnlimited) and on Smashwords for other formats.
Please, especially at the KU price, take some time, download the book, read a part or all, and let me know what you think by posting a review.
Print version is available here for $5.99 including shipping.
Me as a critic (be careful! the harshness will be well concealed!)