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Selling Saturday (early edition): Release Weekend for Just Some More, And Yet Still Even More Things I Could Get Out of My Mind

The preorder campaign is over for Just Some More, And Yet Still Even More Things I Could Get Out of My Mind ; the collection includes the following short stories: “The Collective is All” – At least that’s what Abbe’s been told, but events lead him to wonder if there might just be some intelligent … Continue reading

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Selling Saturday: Preorder Campaign Begins for “Just Some More, And Yet Still Even More Things I Could Get OUT OF MY MIND”

That sure is a mouthful, isn’t it? When I started putting together short-story collections, the first one was Things I Could Get OUT OF MY MIND, and adding another word to the title for each new volume seemed a fun and natural thing to do. Maybe I didn’t understand HOW MANY stories I was going … Continue reading

goals / selling / writing

Writing Wednesday: Don’t Get Depressed – Double Down

Problems again finding markets, but by and large keeping my stories circulating to various potential publishers. Plodding away at my blurb rewrites – hope to be done and updated by my August 25th deadline. Blog posts on schedule. Still reading my 5th of 6 books for this year, and my completed stories are still sitting … Continue reading

goals / selling / writing

Writing Wednesday: A Couple of Pointers on Selling Your Work

Goal update:  Resubmissions to market continue on schedule (no longer than 7 days after return.) Maintained my three blog entries. I’ve started formatting my June 4th release is – Downtown Blues: Detective Jimmy Delaney Collection #2, but I’m not getting it done as quickly as I need to to have a decent preorder campaign. “The … Continue reading

Published / selling

“Immortal” Release Weekend is Here!

This is the release weekend for “Immortal”: Riddled with a more than terminal disease, Commander Solitaire considers an extreme way to protect the Earth. There’s more than one way to be immortal. “Immortal” is a speculative flash fiction (that means it’s VERY, VERY SHORT), which borrows slightly from Richard III (see if you can spot … Continue reading