Got an ereader? Maybe an ereader app on your computer or mobile? If you do, have I got a deal for you! Individual short
stories just 99 cents!
Between the contests, challenges, anthologies I have contributed to, anthologies I have TRIED to contribute to and stuff that just popped into my head, I have a slew of short stories lying around. Used to be that, unless it fitted into an anthology or was needed as a sample of an author’s work, a short story by itself wasn’t worth much. The advent of electronic publishing and the proliferation of electronic reading devices has changed that. Now a short story is just the right length to pull up between flights, before meetings, on breaks or just before settling down to sleep. That’s why I decided to put my work out there as singles for just 99 cents each. A little story for a little price that I hope will bring big enjoyment.
Listings of my titles — in about any flavor desired — can be found:
FandomFest, Louisville, KY’s six-year-old media/literary convention will be coming up this weekend, July 22-24, 2011! I’m especially excited about this year’s event because I’m going to be on a couple panels as well as being in the Dealers Room (Many thanks to Stephen Zimmer and Frank Hall for making it happen!). The panels I’ll be…
Why talk about a holiday story now? Because it isn’t strictly a holiday story. In Hanukkah Gelt, former military intelligence operative turned artist and photographer, Joshua Katzen, simply hoped for a quiet holiday with his sometimes girlfriend, Roz Eliahu. But instead of a cozy holiday spent in front of a cheery fireplace, Josh and Roz find themselves entangled in a web of murder, forgery and betrayal.
I’ve been way out of the loop this past month with my first stab at the National Novel Writing Month. I wasn’t sure how I’d do with it since life tends to get in the way of things, but I made it! I hit 50,000 words plus on Saturday, November 27. I actually got plot flow and dialog for two books during that time. YAY!
I hope I can participate in it next year and have as good luck.
For now, though, I’m diving into the actual finishing of both Sitehuti and Nefer-Djenou-Bastet books: the Eloquent Scribe and Lies in the Place of Truth.
Back to ancient Egypt I go!