First, links are below.
This was one of the first stories I’ve written. I have toyed with it for over a year getting it right. It is up on Eastlit now. I can’t thank them enough for accepting it. There are a few problems with formatting. Not sure why, but you should be able to enjoy it and follow along without troubles.
Thanks again, Rob Queen and A.S. Coomer for helping me with this way back when.
Please give them a lot of love from me.
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My story Angel and the Weeper:
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Bio is here:
I received an email today from Graham at Eastlit Journal letting me know my story “Angel and the Weeper” has been accepted for the May issue.
This is a story that I have been trying to get published for over a year. It is the story that made me feel a need to write. The main character, Sunsanee, is still my favorite character in any of my stories. Thanks to Rob Queen and A.S. Coomer for giving me pointers on this story a long while back.
You can read it May 1st.
Website: Eastlit: A journal of English Literature focused on East and South East Asia.
Facebook: Eastlit Page.
Google+: Eastlit Page.
Despite all the drama this week, I have finally received some good news. My story “Rise, Cats, Rise” has been accepted for the anthology KILL THOSE DAMN CATS.
This anthology is a collection of works inspired by H.P. Lovecraft’s “Cats of Ulthar.” It is being published by the First United Church of Cthulhu. Big thanks to Khurt Khave for putting this together.
It will be released as a paperback. Details coming soon.
Follow the links. Order. Read my story “Silhouettes and Shadows.” This is volume 1. I have another story in volume 2 that will be released later this year.
On April, 20th (Yes, 4/20) my story Sharpies in the Mummy’s Tomb will be posted thanks to David Gregory at Funny in Five Hundred.
It’s a strange piece on friendship and bad decisions.
I invite you to have a laugh at my first driving experience. Thanks to the editors at Silver Birch Press, I can share it with you.
I’ve also sent in a story about when I learned to ride a bicycle. Hopefully, it gets accepted too.