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Daily Archives: March 28, 2011

“Gone Nuclear” Appearing in “Rapid Decomposition”

Hello fans!  (All three of them.)  My first ever flash fiction piece and zombie tale all rolled into one has been accepted for publication.  It is titled “Gone Nuclear” and will be appearing in the “Rapid Decomposition” anthology. The anthology is going to be published as a PDF e-book will all sales benefitting First Books (  Not sure when it will be released, but I will be sure to announce it when I know the date.  Buy a copy, buy several copies, support small presses and First Books.  Woo hoo! 

And if you do buy a copy and you do read my little contribution, I would love to hear feedback on it.  Unless its negative.  If it’s negative, you may keep those comments to yourself. After all, if you can’t say something nice . . . .

Seriously though, if you read the tale, I would love to hear opinions — good, bad or otherwise.

What Am I Working On?

Quite a bit right now, acutally.  I have a short story to create for the Wicked Women Writers contest — still no idea for that one, but the deadline is approaching as deadlines are wont to do.  I have a novella that is begging to be written that was supposed to be the short story for the WWW contest, but refuses to be confined to 35oo words or less.  Then there is the new novel I started. Those characters are getting impatient with me.  I did finish my first ever flash fiction and zombie story.  I think it came out well, but we will see.  I am waiting to hear back from the anthology editor on that one. 

Not bad I guess, but I also have a second novella/novel about half completed that needs finishing as well.  And more still demanding to be put on paper.  In addition, I have three anthologies in various stages of completion that I am editing.

So I guess you could say I am drowning in words.  There are worse places to be though.  Like under a Writer’s Block.

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