I am pleased to announce that in this very post, I will participate in my first Meme. Absolute Vanilla & Atyllah (Or AbV, as I’ve taken to calling her) was nice enough to tag me. Now, according to her blog, I’m to consider the following: Make a list of five strengths that you possess as […]
Archive for September, 2007
My first acceptance to Every Day Fiction has been published. It’s a very short (100 word) flash piece, and it is categorized as humor. It’s free to view, here: The Transformation Leave a comment on the site if you like. Enjoy!
I was just informed that I have won the writer’s choice award, for the month of September, on the Edit Red site. The story that won is called “Drugged: A Character Study in Six Parts.” Edit Red is a critique site where you can create a profile and upload work for other writers to critique. […]
When Friday rolls around, I say to myself, “I know i can get some real work done.” And usually this is true. Usually I wake up early on Saturday, go to the farmer’s market, have some breakfast, and get to work. Okay, so today wasn’t exactly ideal. When my alarm went off, I might have […]
Steve, from Blog From the Darkside asked an interesting question on my comments page, and I thought it deserved it’s own post. Steve asked the following: “I see that the novel’s word count is still rising. It doesn’t look like it will be to much longer before you have reached your target of 50,000 words. […]
Well, it looks like the editors of many magazines are cleaning out the old slush piles for the holiday weekend. I received a 30-day rejection from Weird Tales, and a 32-day rejection (for two flash pieces) from The Pedestal Magazine. I resubmitted a couple of stories this weekend too. Trying to keep the stories flowing. […]