I’m trying a new theme for this blog. I don’t know if I’ll keep it or not – the font is very small for my weak eyes. But I thought I’d give it a look and just have a fresh springtime look for the site. Later I may go back to glum.
I’ve not posted much as you can see. I tried, at the end of 2009, to keep up with #FridayFlash. If you aren’t in the know, #FridayFlash is a 1000-word writing exercise, done each week and posted to a collector for that Friday’s round-up. Authors receive comments and feedback from other writers and a community is built. Generally. I didn’t seem to be very well received, but your mileage may vary. At any rate, with my upcoming publication, I sort of had to hunker down and get serious. I had a looming deadline which has since been met.
Other than those exercises, I’ve written a couple of short stories which I won’t be posting here for a bit. I’m going to submit one for publication in a few markets. Mostly online, I think, but we’ll see. I can’t have those available on the Internet while they’re out for consideration though.
In other news, the non-fiction book (mentioned on my personal blog several times) has an expected publication date of June 18, 2010. I’ll be getting the proofs from the project manager (editor?) this week sometime, poring over them and sending back any corrections and revisions to her. This is the last leg of the journey, I believe. Once this is finished I don’t believe I’ll have any other tasks before the book hits the shelves. Which is sort of exciting in an unexciting way.
Other than those tidbits, I have nothing to say. I hope I’ll have something you guys can read at some point in the near future, but if nothing else, I have edits of some existing pieces I can post just to keep the blog alive. Or what passes for alive.
Take care everyone and God bless. None of this has been fiction.
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6 thoughts on “Updates and news”
“None of this has been fiction.”
I think you should probably put a warning at the beginning of these type of posts, too. 😉
“Warning: what you are about to read is not fiction.”
Us working pros don’t roll that way, dude. 😉
This seems like a post you could have put on your DK blog. You may have said before, but how come you don’t post fiction over there, or your regular posts over here? Just curious, not implying you should.
When I posted fic over there, only a handful of peeps read it. When I posted only personal stuff there, my blog got more popular. That was back when I was obsessed with hit count. And had my own Internet connection. Good times … good times. 😉 I put fic here so it’d be easier to find and read in one sitting for anyone looking to do that.
Well there it is. Guess it wasn’t as insightful as I remembered…lol
I would love to read something from you again.
I’d love to have you READ something of mine again. Maybe you can beta read Ghost Hunters when I finish the edits? 🙂
Oh man! My comment didn’t go through! What a load of hooey. I don’t even remember what I said now! Poop.
Well, just imagine the most eloquent, complimentary, insightful comment you’ve ever received, and that would be it. Yeah. 🙂
Oh, it made it. It just went into moderation. Maybe you had a different email addy before.
none of me has been fiction, so i can relate. thank you for your writing.
Thank you so much. I’m sorry this reply is so late; I don’t get to this blog very often now. I apologize! 🙂