Monthly Archives: October 2014

Gearing Up For NaNoWriMo

If you’ve been following this site for a while, you know I’m an avid participant in National Novel Writing Month or NaNoWriMo.  This year I feel particularly driven to take part because I’ve written so little over the past few months.  … Continue reading

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“Servant of Sea” Goes to Purple Sun Press

My story sales often come in bunches, so it should be no surprise to me that Purple Sun Press has accepted my story “Servant of the Sea” for an upcoming (and apparently as yet untitled) fantasy anthology. “Servant of the … Continue reading

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Old Story, New Home

Since I haven’t written much over the past few months, I haven’t produced any new stories.  No new stories, then nothing to submit, right?  Well, no.  I know several writers who actively keep their previously published work circulating as reprints, … Continue reading

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Going International

In the span of about ten days in October (yeah, this is more recent news) I officially became an international author when translations of two of my stories were published. At the beginning of the month, Nova Fantasia published “Ladrón de … Continue reading

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Late to the Hugo Award Party

I may have been away from the writing world for the past few months, but that doesn’t mean the writing world stopped.  The Hugo Awards were announced in August at Loncon 3.  The Hugo Awards have always been one of my favorites. … Continue reading

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Alive and Well

There’s a wonderful science fiction book by Bradley Denton called Buddy Holly is Alive and Well on Ganymede.  It came to mind when I was thinking about what to write in my first post in a very long time.  Some of … Continue reading

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