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Well, I'm having a good March for my books at least. One sale and two borrows on Kindle Unlimited so far. More than I've had in the past six months or so.
Well, "that friend" of mine is not only a horror fan, but a coulrophiliac. :-P So, yeah, perfect.
And by came an angel who had a bright key,
And he opened the coffins and set them all free. -- "The Chimney Sweeper" -- William Blake
Zombie erotica. I'm holding back the urge to make a "boner" joke. Pretty sure it's the first thing to pop up every time this subject is mentioned.
But then, Tiddles does really like the bone pile...
Got my little Lovecraftian piece through another round of edits. Now to find somewhere new to submit it. Not finding much, though. :-/
Eh. Most of the ones I can find are pretty specific in their wants, which doesn't include the one I wrote so far.
In other news, I had an idea for a pair of stories. Small town under evil assault type of thing. Every chapter starts with the town's population. Of course, in one book the population drops every chapter. But then there's the other idea. The town's population goes UP every chapter. (Note, these are not the same town). Already got ideas for how it'll happen. Just adding to my list of stories to write.
Which is already far too long...
I found a call for subs I think I have something for. I need to do a ton of cleaning but I've got a story that is almost perfect.
I love noir detective stories with paranormal leanings.
I did see that one. I've been considering it myself. First-person just seems a little difficult to do for haunted house Horror though.
I'm really liking this story that I'm working on. Urban exploration, a lost Louisiana plantation, the underground railroad, and the cult of Dagon. Whew. Hopefully it stays short enough for the submission call I'm writing it for.
I just got the beta notes on my story for Gamut. I have high hopes I can fix it into something they'll publish. Gamut is a magazine I'd love to add as a pub cred.
Nice, oh, btw Ted, the Utter Fabrication anthology you shared, I think they're looking for under-represented authors, not characters...
Yeah, I know. I saw that. I figured if somebody had something about them that worked for it. Never know.