I’ve been wanting to write something along these lines for awhile now. I decided that the month I’ve devoted to short fiction would be a good time, since I tend to explore dark topic in short fiction. I just finished writing a story about the Holocaust. I’m actually surprised that it took me so longContinue reading “Writing About The Horrors”
That stands for Unidentified Funny Objects. This anthology is probably one of the more intimidating ones I’ve posted about, because past collections have included such writers as Neil Gaiman and George R.R. Martin. Bad news, the competition is fierce. Good news, if you get in, people are going to start learning your name, my friend.Continue reading “Market, UFO Anthologies”
Re blogging for Throwback Thursday.
Surprise! Here’s the new website I made for you! I’ve been working on this for awhile now. The site, my home online, has been looking a little crummy, a little old. Everything needs a fresh look, sometimes. And, since I wanted to update each of my static pages, I thought now would be a goodContinue reading “Lots of Changes to Come”
It’s hard to believe that it’s happening. But then, it’s amazing what happens when you decide to do something yourself, instead of waiting to see if someone else will validate you. My second book published in two months, after a year of hard, hard work. Now, I’ve got more work ahead of me, because IContinue reading “My Book Is Launching”
Poor novella. You’re so misunderstood. Worse, you are wholly unappreciated for who you really are. At least, as far as I’ve seen. Most publishers don’t want to look at novellas, and no literary magazine’s got the room to run them. And yet novella’s appear. Mostly by accident, but they appear. I’ve written a few justContinue reading “Writing Novellas, and What To Do With Them”
I was having such a good day, too. I’m sure that most of you have heard, but if I’m the first to tell you, I’m really sorry. Harper Lee, author of To Kill A Mockingbird and Go Set A Watchman, passed away this morning. It’s amazing that an author who only wrote two books couldContinue reading “Thank you, Ms. Lee”
I’m a sucker for funny titles, so of course this one tickled me. Evil Girlfriend is actually two markets rolled into one. Not only are they a magazine, but they are also a small press publishing company. So, if you write horror, this might be one you bookmark. For book publishing- Genre- dystopian, near futureContinue reading “Market,Evil Girlfriend Media”
Reblogging for Throwback Thursday. Yes, I know it’s not really November.
Here’s my most recent piece. Hope you like it. The Demon That Followed us Home You run into demons sometimes, in my profession. Vile little things made from bad feelings and bad negative energy. I considered them nothing more than a nuisance. Human women deal with pests like ants and mice. I, as aContinue reading “Demon”