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

Published / selling

“The Collective is All” is Now Available!

The pre-order campaign has completed, and we are now into the release weekend for: 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 life “out there.” “The Collective Is All” is a short, speculative fiction that anthropomorphizes the internal processes … Continue reading

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Some More, And Yet Still Even More Things I Could Get OUT OF MY MIND Release Weekend is Here!

(Heck – it’s almost over) Aren’t the Holidays wonderful! So many things going on, I completely forgot to announce that this is the release weekend for collection #8 (let’s face it, it’s not just the Holidays; when will I get back on track?) Some More, And Yet Still Even More Things I Could Get OUT … Continue reading