Today I’m blogging over at the Star-Dusted Sirens with Crit Confusion
This week at the Star-Dusted Sirens blog, I’m up to bat with Brain – Mental Ass Kickings = More Productive Writer, in which I babble about grad school, jobs that make you miserable, and how it all relates to writing.
Three quick flash-related things:
Flash thing the first: My flash story “The Perfect Coordinates to Raise a Child” is now up at Daily Science Fiction. You know, for you heathens who missed it in your inbox two weeks ago because you don’t subscribe.
Flash thing the second: I’m on deck at the Star-Dusted Sirens blog this week babbling about Flashing vs. Showing Us Your Shorts. Your short stories, that is.
Flash thing the third:
You’re welcome. #SFWApro
Wow, over a month since my last post. I’ve been more swamped with real life than I thought! While I could definitely use a ton more spare hours in my day, shiny writing-related things have still been afoot amid the craziness:
Shiny #2: More flashing! If you’re a Daily Science Fiction subscriber, my flash story “The Perfect Coordinates to Raise a Child” will be showing up in your inbox tomorrow (October 8). And if you’re not a Daily Science Fiction subscriber, the story will be available on their website a week later. Or you could, you know, subscribe. Because it’s free. And awesome.
Shiny #3: I haz writing group, let me show you it. A few months ago, some other fine folks and I started The Star-Dusted Sirens, and now we have a blog where we shall babble about shiny writing-related things! We’re also on Twitter @StarDustSirens. Please check us out if you have a chance, if only to see the pretty logo that Katana Leigh created for us. Or you can take part in fellow Siren Naima Johnson’s contest to rewrite the first paragraph of Twilight.
Shiny #4: And last but not least, I’ve finally gotten back to revisions on My Big Fat Epic Fantasy Novel! They’re very slow going thanks to that pesky school thing I’ve got going on, but I’ll take whatever forward progress I can manage at this point.