Can you imagine making a choice between which one of these to continue adding?
There are –
THIRTEEN more weekend write-in prompt word ‘flashers’ in my ‘Think I Can Fly’ collection since the last one I showed you here. Links to all these latest ones are below – IF you’re interested in such titles as –
As another one is due in just a few days, I think I’ll leave it to you to choose which, if any, you’re interested to pursue. Just click on their names above.
A lot of work is going on behind the scenes as I rewrite a kiddy story – from a single chapter I first had the concept of many years ago. It has changed and parts been used and fleshed out since then, but now my small growing boy has had a name change and a shift of focus as he constantly learns new things about his expanding world. It’s fun… but a heap of work. At this stage, his name will be Jesse and the name of the story may be ‘When My World Was Smaller’. Time will tell.
Then I have a couple of exciting announcements coming up soon. I have had two of my short/shorts accepted for publication in an English Ezine (an electronic magazine – means not paper, but read on an electronic screen – computer, i-pad, laptop, kindle, etc.) This issues 4 times a year with UK seasons, so I may be lucky enough to have more accepted in the future.
And another kiddy story has been accepted for an anthology that will be in both electronic and paper format. As it’s all voluntary, copyright remains with me to do whatever else I wish with it, but I like it as a form of advertising. This one is ‘Bizarre Small Beasties’ originally written as a novella for a competition. No prizes, but it did get an Honourable Mention, so I tweaked, edited, wrote some more and submitted it for this anthology. Unsure how long it will take – some few months probably.
Our One Million Project blog is back on track again today after a change in administration due to health issues. My usual 8-week scheduled blog will be ‘published’ electronically next week.
A busy time, hey? Hope you will understand and forgive my apparently lax treatment of my wordsmithery!