Saturday, May 28, 2011

It's been a busy week...and sure to get busier...

Hello my demented horror folks. It's been a wonderful week for writing and I accomplished most of what I set out to do.

1) And No Grits Either! - is a little ditty that explores a couple stumbling on a desolate Louisiana diner that has a very special menu. I submitted it Wily Writers for the Masters of Horror contest. The winner becomes a podcast.

2) The Smell of Flowers - is a piece that surrounds a lost soul and a fitting finality. This piece went to Shock Totem.

3) And, another Daily Death was posted Friday. I still have quite a few co-workers to kill so, this series will probably continue, at least until the end of summer.

Although, I didn't finish the piece I have slated for Suspense Magazine just yet...but, I soon will.

Otherwise, I submitted a few more Twitch (my e-novella coming out on June 15th from Suspense Publishing) review requests and have another blog added to a blog tour I'm currently organizing discussing this. Coincidently, if there are any blog owners that would like me to stop by, feel free to contact me at

Starting this week, I intend to delve deeply into my novel. I'm not going to say much about it right at the moment other than it is a horror / Sci-Fi type of piece. I've been into it recently and have jotted more down. However, I do also have a few short pieces that I want to finish up too. Regardless, just as soon as Twitch is released and the blog tour is over, I suspect the novel will take over my life. And, I'm looking forward to it. It will be my most ambitious piece to date. Currently, Twitch has that distinction.

However, today is a relaxing day. Planning on heading to the beach with Catching Fire (The Second Book of the Hunger Games). But, tomorrow will bring a compulsion that will most assuredly push me to get back at it...and it will be a wonderful thing...

Have a great Memorial weekend folks.

Stay Scared,


1 comment:

  1. Watch out for the Judas clown at your table. Rumor has it he'll sell your nose for silver.



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