Tag: Spec Fiction

Galaxy’s Edge Stories Now Available

 

I’ve got two short stories out this summer in Galaxy’s Edge Magazine. The latest, As Sunlight Grabs Me, is available to read for free through October on their website. Or you can go to Amazon to purchase a copy. Each issue is full of some awesome spec fiction stories. I hope you enjoy!

  • As Sunlight Grabs Me–Galaxy’s Edge Magazine Issue 28: September 2017

Issue 28

 

  • Termination Pending–Galaxy’s Edge Magazine: Issue 27, July 2017

Issue 27

 

Cover Courtesy of Arc Manor Publishing, ©2017

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A Lone Star in the Sky

 

 

 

Some of my local Texas writer friends have put out an awesome spec fiction anthology, A Lone Star in the Sky. I’m honored to be included with so many great writers in this collection of award-winning stories. You can check out my award-winning story, Ghosts to My Fingertips.

Also included in the anthology are stories by Nebula Award Nominees Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam and Jake Kerr, as well as this year’s Nebula Award Winning novelette, The Long Fall Up by William Ledbetter. Other fantastic authors include Melanie Fletcher, J. Kathleen Cheney, Michelle Muenzler, Rook Riley, Gloria Oliver, and C.A. Rose.

All online proceeds through 9/30 will be donated to various charities for aiding those affected by Hurricane Harvey.

 

 

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Writing News

This fall has been a blast in the writing world. I blogged earlier about the Writers of the Future Finalist short story, but I also have another short story that earned Silver Honorable Mention in the 3rd Quarter Contest! That means it made the top 50 of those entered. I’m thrilled with that! And of course, I’m anxiously anticipating the results for the new quarter. Fingers crossed!

In September, I had an awesome weekend teaching at the Roanoke Writer’s Conference. Meeting new writers–both aspiring and published–is always my favorite part of conferences. And hanging out with old writing friends as well. The best part was hearing some of the participants in my scene building workshop tell me they were inspired and had new ideas to add to their novels. 🙂 Thanks to the Roanoke Library and all those who made this event possible. Looking forward to next year!

So, now, I’m busily writing and submitting more short stories, as well as finishing up the rewrite of my WIP novel, #FeedWar. My goal is to finish that project over NaNoWriMo rather than start a new one. If you don’t hear from me much in November, don’t worry…I’m a writer lost in a story world. 🙂

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