2014 started off well, and ended with a bang! I made my first professional story sale as of this week–my story “White Noise” sold to Phobos Magazine. The story will be featured in the magazine’s third issue, early in 2015. This bit of success has been four years in the making, and was well worth the effort. Now, to keep the momentum going.
For 2015, my goal is to sell more short stories, and to finish my current novel project: a long version of “The Bones of Hyrum Hill.”
I’ve been submitting to Niteblade for years now, and the persistence has finally paid off. They bought my story “A Million Miles Away,” to be published in the next issue!
I’ve self-published my novelette, Dinner with Sasquatch over at Amazon. It is a short read, but worth the time. It is also my attempt at a story that is both serious, and humorous–unlike the majority of my horrifying tales.
Two stories published this month: “Diary of a Boggart,” and “The Infinite Fractal of Skylar Freeborn.”
Additionally, a story of mine tied at 4th place with Shock Totem’s January Flash Fiction Contest–not bad considering the caliber of writers I was up against.
James Ward Kirk is not only an excellent editor, but a really fast publisher! Thanks to him, my stories En Masse, and Senhpi ez hrl Dmajld (winner of an editor’s choice award–thanks again, Mr. Kirk), are now available to read in his respected anthologies. Be sure to check it out.
In other great news, my story Transient Number Five just sold to Bete Noire Magazine. It is scheduled to be published in July, 2014.
My story Ornery Bear can now be “heard” at Bizzarocast. Be sure to check it out.
Keep an eye on some of my stories getting published over the next few months:
Dinner with Sasquatch, The Dead of Night, Ornery Bear, and Nothing but a Little Magic