I know some of you follow other sources of social media from me, so apologize the duplication. For those who only follow me here. I wanted to let everyone know that Paradise Lost III is open for registration. We are half full, at just over two weeks of being open. If you plan to attend, I strongly suggest you go register.
Go check it out.
In the mean time, today has been a day of domestrivia. Specifically, planting the shrubbery. It is rather nice shrubbery. Also, it is exhausting digging holes in dirt, then stuffing said nice shrubbery into them, patting dirt around it and such. My back hurts. My arms hurt. I was scratched because said nice shrubbery was rather thorny. So it was nice shrubbery, but pokey, and exhausting. If they do not live, I shall be most put out. I will dig them up and beat them with a shovel. See if I don’t.
I am hoping to move to on to Project Mirror and the shiny, new words soon.
But first, food.
Have a lovely
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It’s okay. I’m still alive. You can call off the campaign to have my ugly mug posted on one of these.
I’m just swamped with work and preparation for a week-long visit from my CEO where we are in 20 client meetings in three and a quarter days. Yeah, it is going to be crazy. Crazy like a fox. A fox in meetings. This did not work as planned.
The good news is that I can announce that Heroic Fantasy Quarterly has purchased my story, “Crown of Sorrows,” for publication in their April issue. I have posted this in a few places so most of you probably know this already, but still, hurrah.
In the mean time I have wrapped up another 5k word story which is lingering on my desk and will be going to be critiqued at Paradise Lost. I am also in discussions with Spencer “Not an Eskimo” Ellsworth as to a second challenge. This time we’re going to get seriously stupid in our goals. So stand by true-whatever-you-are-persons.
Star spangled spam-which,
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