Lots of Uncollected Anthology news. First, the latest edition of the Uncollected Anthology is out. Fabulous Familiars includes stories from Leah Cutter, Dayle A. Dermatis, Michele Lang, Rebecca Senese, me, and our guest author, Valerie Brook. Great writers here, with wonderful stories. My story, for those of you who didn’t see the earlier announcement, is a Winston & Ruby story, the first in years! I’m […]
The title of the latest Uncollected Anthology makes me think of that song from the Wizard of Oz…we’re out of the woods, we’re out of the dark… Or maybe into the dark. I’m not sure. I’m happy to be part of the anthology with special guest Ron Collins, and Uncollected Anthology regulars Dayle A. Dermatis, Leah Cutter, Annie Reed, Leslie Claire Walker, and our latest […]
I generally post my recommended reading list a month or three after I’ve done the reading. Which means that all of the holiday stories that I read get recommended in January or February. In 2011, I decided to do a compilation of past holiday recommends so that you can get them for the appropriate season.
I went on a short story writing binge after I finished the Anniversary Day Saga, and now some of those stories have hit print.
Yeah, it’s been one of those weeks. 🙂 I go for a month and post very little, and then I bombard you with information. But it can’t be helped. May is chockful of news. In addition to the bundle, the release of The Write Attitude, and the release of Starbase Human, I have also just published a new novella. As many of you know, I participate […]
Finished the Linda Fairstein binge. I am now caught up. Yay! The last time I did this was with Lee Child. Before that, Michael Connelly—but that was in the days before Kindle, so I had to haunt used bookstores and read out of order. (Did that with Ian Rankin as well. Hmmm, mysteries and binge reading—must be something I do.) I had a lot of […]
When we set up the anthology workshop that we held last week, Dean Wesley Smith told everyone that they would have a great opportunity to network. After all, 50 professional writers whose work runs the gamut of the fiction genres would be there from all over the world. A few of the new attendees worried about that admonition because, as introverts, being in a new […]