Happy New Year!
And with a new year, a new plan. For 2012, I’m keeping the writing goals simple: finish editing the novel I started editing last year, finish the novel in progress I started in last August’s Camp NaNo, and give Write1Sub1 another go, on the monthly schedule.
Last year I took on W1S1 weekly, and only kept up for about half the year, but what a great half it was! I wrote lots of twitter fiction I wouldn’t otherwise have written, and even when I wasn’t writing, W1S1 kept me thinking about writing.
In fact, the last of my twitter fiction from W1S1 2011, “Nanny Bots,” is up at trapeze magazine today! Time to get more work out there.
Happy Writing in 2012!
I have new twitter fiction up today at trapeze magazine! Enjoy!
Well, summer slipped away, and most of September too. I gave Camp NaNoWriMo a go, back in August, and made good progress on a novel start, though it was nowhere near 50,000 words. The hammocks and smores were just too tempting! Looking ahead to November’s NaNoWriMo, maybe I’ll use that to continue for another 50,000 words. What I’m really hoping for is release of a non-beta version of Scrivener for Windows before then! (They say soon . . . )
In other news, my story “Fallen” was published at Nanoism this summer.
And just this week, my story “When We Missed the Forest for the Trees” came out in the new Issue Three of 5×5 Fiction. Check out the whole issue – it’s a great read!
Also, my story “Chalk City” is up at trapeze magazine today.
Not the most exciting title for a post, I know, but, here it is, my latest twitter fiction:
Out today at trapeze magazine, “Her Long Hair.”
Published last week at Cuento Magazine, “Ragtime,” and “Roofline.”
My poem “Independence” is published today at Every Day Poets, along with an interview. I also have new twitter fiction, “Safe House,” out today at trapeze magazine.