Monthly Archive: January 2011
Some more good reviews have come out for Music For Another World, the British anthology that includes my story “Blue Note Heaven.” One review called it “one of the anthology’s most original stories” which was really nice to read. The trade paper…
I was just going to list this in the Links for Writers page but felt it deserves extra attention. Tracy Hickman tells a story about why we write.
My short story “The Floater” has sold to an anthology called Bride of the Golem. I really like this story and hope you will too. There’s no set publication date right now, but I’ll provide updates as they become available.
I didn’t think it was even possible to preorder Cracking the Ice yet, but it is and I’ve gotten my first one. 🙂 I mentioned the book in a casual online conversation with Cindie Geddes, a friend and very talented writer…
What a year! I sold my first novel, Cracking the Ice, to WestSide Books. It will be appearing in May, 2011. That all by itself makes 2010 a watershed year. I also sold three short stories: “Age is a Four-Letter…
Take advantage of the free stories being posted by Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch regularly on their websites. (See the permanent links to their websites on the sidebar.) Also by Steve and Chris York at http://www.tsunamiridge.com/