Monthly Archives: May 2016

The Funding Period and the Immortal Campaign

In my previous post, I mentioned an intention to talk about how I’d launched my campaign a little earlier than was advised. There’s a school of thought that says you want a substantial number of followers before you begin, and … Continue reading

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Making the Leap into Inkshares

Throughout the months of November and December 2015, I devoted myself to hammering out short stories for submission to Ellery Queen and Alfred Hitchcock. I already had several written, some requiring more polishing than others. I saw myself writing and … Continue reading

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Quill

We interrupt this blog with the news that yesterday, at about 8:35pm, “Murder at the Veterans’ Club” received its 250th pre-order. This means it qualifies for the Quill imprint, a lighter publishing deal under Inkshares. The one advantage this would … Continue reading

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A Very Psychic Ferret

I promised several posts ago to explain about the psychic ferrret, so here we go. The story begins in 2003, my first year doing NaNoWriMo. Up until then, despite some promise in school, I’d never really written anything of note. … Continue reading

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Spring Thing Aftermath: Beggar at the Feast

Well, that’s that for the Main Festival of the IF Spring Thing. It occurs to me that I really should have tried live-tweeting as I played … maybe I’ll do that for the IFcomp. Good idea? Bad idea? Tell me … Continue reading

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