A little writing update featuring a new kind of rejection
It's that time, gentle readers, when I sift through the ye olde spam folder to find something entertaining or at least affirming, beyond highly suspect offers of dodgy antibiotics I'm allergic too, among other things. I’m not that much of a online reader to behonest but your blogs really nice, keep it up! I’ll go … Continue reading A view of the comments section
It seems publishing things have kept up the momentum of 2020. Yes, there have been the expected rejections, but there was a long awaited publication. Also, new things are going on. New as in my first acceptance for 2021! Voila, the 2021 stats: Acceptance: 1Rejections: 9Pending: 15 This new acceptance is a short story that … Continue reading Momentum 21
My horror short story Overwritten has now been published in issue 81 of Andromeda Spaceways Magazine. The edition is available here for purchase. It's a nice start to the year. Although it's only 14 days into January it feels like it's been a Covid Blurvember long with *waves hands at the world* everything that's gone … Continue reading Fiction fuel
2021 writing goals
Another writing update.
As foretold by the publisher some months ago so it has come to pass: another one of my stories has been published this very day. It's the same process each time, and every time different. Write, edit, submit, hope, hope and hope. Wait, wait, and wait before the acceptance that is never inevitable. More like … Continue reading Stories within circles
Another link to another piece of my newly published writing.
I recently completed and repeated watching 2018’s Trust which was all kinds of entertaining and troubling. I know, I'm late to this, but it's still very much worth a review. For a story I knew guessed the basic arc for, there was so much tension and clever story telling. As a narrative, or as three … Continue reading Family is never finished
Another patented writing update.