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And here’s a new title, the last for the summer! I’m taking August off except for another collaboration anthology still in the works. Here’s my historical time travel stories, some very nice experiments to prepare myself to the next project – when the Urban Fantasy Trilogy is finished, that is!

Lost in History A collection of original stories with reenactors or tourists lost in time, through portals or timeslips, from the Middle Ages to the early 20th century, in Europe, India or the United States.

A Real Tournament (12th century France)

Living History (12th century England)

The Pink City (19th century India)

Stranger Than a Movie (19th century U.S.A.)

Jazz Times (20th century U.S.A.)

I have started on the third book of the Trilogy – actually the middle one. Again, I’m changing how I write, I never wrote so badly out of order before! But since I’m not publishing anything until I have written all the books, I should be fine. I’m only 10K in, but I’ll probably pick up speed next week.

I have a couple of friends who are on Kindle Vella. It’s available only to US authors and customers at this time, but eventually (and when I’m ready, which is definitely not now!) I might be able to get on it too. For those who don’t know, it’s to read serialized things.

So, if you’re in the US, first check out Debbie Mumford, who has quite a few things there! 🙂

Wildfire: https://www.amazon.com/kindle-vella/product/B093DS7CCQ

Prentiss Twins: White Buffalo: https://www.amazon.com/kindle-vella/product/B097QFC3HL

Confessions of a Teenage Tree Sprite: https://www.amazon.com/kindle-vella/product/B093DSD4YP

Then don’t miss Circus Galaxus by Dirk Walvoord about a trickster hero in the deadly world of the ultimate gladiator game show.

Last week was cooler and with plenty of thunderstorms, but I doubt the heat wave is over. I’m still better off than people in Germany and Belgium with floods or in California with fires. We’re destroying the planet, no wonder it’s trying to shake us off!

I’m experimenting with TikTok, but I don’t like making videos with my phone, so I’ll probably stop soon. It doesn’t look like I’m going viral yet – not that I care. Like Instagram, when I’m fed up with it, I’ll just leave it out there. Or maybe close the account, since I don’t really follow anyone – except Khabi Lame.

Oh, well, we’ll see… Since it doesn’t look like we’ll be able to travel much this year either, the rest of my vacations I will use to for more online workshops. I might be able to finally set up a Kickstarter, if I finish watching the videos! 🙂 If you’re interested, it’s free.

And I also have another online workshop to do whenever I get off DayJob again. So, plenty to keep myself busy even if I can’t get out of Italy – or move around it much.

A couple of interesting Kickstarters: Pulphouse Fiction Magazine subscription drive (hint: I might have a story in the coming issues as well) and Starbarian Saga, a fun project by my friend Robert Jeschonek! Check them out and have a wonderful week!

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And the brand new collection of original stories is out! Check these Lands of Wonder part of a new series of original short stories!

Five original stories to visit Otherside, Elsewhere, Silvery Earth and alternate future timelines of Earth. Travel to these magical, weird or hyper-technological places with the characters.

Can they find their way back? Do they even want to? Do they have any choice in the matter?

Portals can be tricky like that.

Enjoy these travels through time and places, a batch of fantasy portals that even gives a preview to the coming Duology. It’s available also in paperback!

I went back to Book 2 on Thursday as I traveled to cooler places for a few days and ended up writing almost 7K by Sunday, which is more that I wrote in the previous three weeks put together, LOL!

Writing the epilogue this week and a couple more things in this world. Editing is still scheduled for September, so you won’t see any of it before then.

You know I don’t like to give writerly advice because I grew up in the age of the typewriter and changed my ways and what I want to write many times in 40+ years. But if you want a 10-year summary, head off to Chuck Wendig’s who has one lesson for the ten years in the writing mines.

Also, if you’re still afraid to put yourself out there, check Kris Rusch’s latest post on fear and all writers. I still struggle in finding my bookshelves on the various retailers because I don’t follow trends, but I keep publishing because I enjoy the process of writing those stories, creating covers for them and putting them out there. Eventually my audience will find me.

If you write for younger audience, you might want to consider joining TikTok – it’s taking the book industry by storm. It seems to be working well for sci-fi romance too… I doubt my readers are on TikTok, so I shall pass for now. I have enough dealing with Facebook and its Page antics.

I mentioned last week that there were changes at BundleRabbit… a brand new name and a brand new site! Folks, welcome PubShare! I’m still studying the new dashboard, but it’s not as bad as WordPress! 😉 Soon you’ll get the results with a brand new curated anthology. Stay tuned!

The heat is already frying my brain, so not much else to say. Back to writing and putting together that anthology. Have a great week! 🙂

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And welcome to post number… two. Five. Zero. Zero. Yes! TWO THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED posts on this blog since 2009! 🙂 Gone from daily posts to weekly posts, and even though blogging is no longer a thing, I’ll keep going for a little longer.

The writing is still slow (less than 2K again) because I spent a lot of time editing and formatting and making covers last week, and this week I have guests and some traveling to do. Hopefully next week I’ll catch up, but for now I’m at 220K for the year, so I’m not complaining.

I saw the warning about changed on BundleRabbit and now I’m starting to see what it’s becoming. It’s not fully ready yet, so I’ll post about it next week, when I’ll head there to set up the next curated anthology for Sci-fi July. It has changed (moan) but has added some very interesting features I hope to use in the future (yay!).

For you KU authors, there’s a wake-up call. The ever-changing landscape of indie publishing is going through another shift, maybe not this year, but it’s coming. I have only certain Italian titles in KU (and Lisa’s Odyssey), so it won’t affect me much.

Although I haven’t really built an audience elsewhere, but you can find me on Amazon, Apple, Barnes&Noble, Kobo, Smashwords and DriveThru already. Probably more in the future, especially if some of the above features pan out. I hope eventually to be able to sell from my own website, but it won’t be in the next couple of years.

I enrolled all my books in the Smashwords July Summer/Winter sale – everything 50% off from tomorrow and until the end of July, except for 99c titles and the new one coming next week (or possibly earlier, since I’ll be traveling soon).

Now back to prepping those new titles! And since I skipped a month or three, I’ll add some Words of Wisdom/Writers on Writing/what-have-you below! Have a great week! 🙂

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Kill your darlings.

It is, as with all pieces of writing advice, good advice.

Until it’s not.

Meaning, no one single piece of writing advice is a one-size-fits-all unitasker. Nearly all pieces of writing advice — with maybe the exception of FINISH YOUR SHIT — can easily be Judo-flipped onto its back. Nearly every piece of writing advice and its opposite is true, at some point, for many writers. And it’s vital we not be rigorous with what we feel are these chestnuts of writing advice. These chestnuts must, in fact, be roasted time and time again to bring out their nuttiest, most delectable flavor.

(…)

And as I said above, it’s good advice, until it’s not.

More to the point, Kill Your Darlings (besides from being a great band name) is 101-class writing advice. It’s entry-level, as are most of the authorial platitudes. Show Don’t Tell? Sure, great, until the time comes when you need to tell the reader something. Write What You Know? Go for it, until you realize you don’t know a whole lotta shit, and if you take that advice too literally you’ll never write a goddamn thing that isn’t you sitting at the keyboard writing about writing about writing. Never Use Adverbs, For They Are Wizard Prisons! Great, great advice, perfectly golden always and forever, oh, except the words “always” and “forever” are motherfucking adverbsWriters Write Every Day — except until they don’t, and some write every week, or every month, some write 2000 words a day, some write 15000 words once a month, some write for a couple hours, or four, or eight, some write to music, some write to the screams of the people they have trapped under their floorboards. Open With An Action Sequence, except action sequences don’t always give the proper context, and also, what if you’re not writing action?

Chuck Wendig

The fact is, I don’t know where my ideas come from. Nor does any writer. The only real answer is to drink way too much coffee and buy yourself a desk that doesn’t collapse wen you beat your head against it.

– Douglas Adams

12 Strategies to Help You Deal With the Stressors Blocking You From Writing

Life is stressful. You can write anyway.

1. Focus on one thing at a time. Multitasking (usually) doesn’t work.

2. Break big scary tasks into small less scary pieces. Tackle one piece at a time.

3. Prioritize the things that need to get done today. Finish those first.

4. Don’t forget to breathe.

5. Write something that makes you feel good — no “strings” attached.

6. Treat writing as a reward, not an item to check off your list.

7. Speaking of lists … try making shorter ones. Just TRY.

8. Remember that it’s sometimes better not to write than to write poorly. Sometimes.

9. Take a few days off from writing if you have to — but only a few!

10. Or, alternate between writing days and writing “off” days.

11. Don’t beat yourself up when you don’t write. It’s OK to have a bad day.

12. Give yourself a pat on the back for every good writing day. Cherish those moments. Smile.

Meg Dowell

TAKE CHANCES, DON’T JUST PLAY THE MARKET

I need to write what I’m passionate about. If I don’t, the reader knows. Understanding the market is fine, and I’m not saying it’s entirely without influence, but writing is a labor of love. I need to be able to sustain that love over the course of the boring bits, right? Not every scene can be a character returning from the dead or a car chase or a shower scene.

KD Edward

What are the rules of Writer Club? Well, since you asked…

1. The First Rule of Writer Club is that long-term success is always about building readership.
2. The Second Rule of Writer Club is that any success you have in achieving the first rule does nothing to hurt the chances of mine.
3. The Third Rule of Writer Club is that it’s okay to talk about Writer Club.

Ron Collins

That blaming of the writer, and that emphasis on the words is reflexive. It’s what we were taught in school.

However, this craft we call “writing” isn’t about words. It’s about telling stories. And there is no secret scale that makes one story better than another.

It’s all about taste.

So it’s time, writers, to stop blaming your colleagues when one of their books doesn’t satisfy you. Maybe the book isn’t to your taste. Maybe you don’t like that sort of story. Maybe the writer didn’t tell the story the way you would have told the story.

All valuable ways of looking at fiction. But you as a writer have to stop using that invisible scale inculcated in us when we were children—in a different world, one run by a handful of people who had a stranglehold on publishing. That scale does not exist. It never existed. There is no perfect novel. Nor is there—from a writer of Nora’s caliber—“merely adequately readable prose.”

If you start admitting that a book isn’t to your taste, you free yourself up to read—and write—things that take risks. You can write books that don’t belong on that imaginary scale. You can drop the chains that force you to struggle with that scale, and start writing things that interest you.

You can find the freedom to write what you love. But only if you stop blaming other writers.

It’s all taste, folks. And your taste is as valid as mine. It’s just different. And that’s okay.

Kris Rusch

Wednesday Weekly Roundup


Last week I wrote almost 3K, starting a new story, but I was unable to finish it. Besides the Duology, I’m planning on publishing a few 5-stories themed collections, so I’m writing to complete the ones I already have. Yes, I have still unpublished stories that need to come out, so I’m adding to those themes before I go back to the Duology next month.

Unlike the previous week story, this one I’m going to finish – and maybe even reprise the other one, we’ll see. I’m still quite slow, but DayJob is getting in the way and the weather isn’t helping. I had a headache for the whole weekend because of the low clouds and the heat, not easy to create when your head feels like it’s splitting or has nails in it! 😦

But I’m taking it easy this year. I’m switching gears in all possible ways, writing in new genres and experimenting! 🙂 I must say I’m fully into JOMO (Joy Of Missing Out), unlike many other indie writers. Check this post by Kris Rusch about fear-based decision-making or FOMO and the Indie Writer.

I feel a lot like Kris… blogging is so ten years ago, but I keep getting new followers, so welcome and don’t worry, I’ll be rambling once a week for a little longer! Considering that I started with daily posts… I can do weekly! I guess my blog is my newsletter, since the actual newsletter has so few subscribers.

Now I shall go back to writing… it’s definitely summer, so I might be slower than usual, but I’m planning a couple of collaboration anthologies, and putting those together takes less of my energies than the actual writing – although when I’m in the writing zone I don’t really feel the heat or whatever else is going on in the real world, LOL!

Wishing you all a wonderful summer, full of interesting readings, inspired writing and whatever else you might wish for. Have a great week!

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As expected, I didn’t write much last week. I started a story on Thursday, but never finished, so the wordcount is under 2K. I’ll do better this week – maybe. I haven’t started writing yet, haven’t decided what. So it might be another low-count writing week.

I don’t really care. I am making plans for future publications, but it’s a little early to talk about it. When I finish this workshop, I might be able to do another quick one and finally make a dream come true in this new world of publishing. Maybe. We’ll see.

Meanwhile, the summer heat as arrived, the first jab of the vaccine is done, and I’m getting ready for my summer hibernation! 😀 I read a book in Italian because I needed to remind myself how to format novels in Italian. I’m helping someone to publish his first novel at 95, glad he gave up the thought of going with a vanity publisher. I don’t know about your country, but here they’re still doing strong.

It will be a paperback only, since the author doesn’t care about ebooks, but if it sells, I might do the ebook version as well. I had to reformat all his dialogues, but at least I’m practising for whenever I need to add another form of income, LOL! His son told me that thanks to me, the old man has started his second novel.

So you see, it’s never too late to start. This Italian teacher had published only two books of poetry so far (with vanity publishers), and now he’s writing novels in his twilight years, based on his youth’s memories! I have in mind to go to the Frankfurt Book Fair and check the rights center, I might ask him if he wants me to shop his book as well for a translation! 😉

Not sure yet, but I do hope to get to travel Europe in the second half of the year. For now, I’ll stick to Italy, LOL! Not happy to start a new Day Job Routine in the summer, but well… it will be quickly out of the way, I guess! And when the weather cools down, I’ll be off, probably to London, to use their libraries for my research. Trying not to plan too much ahead, just in case! 😉

I might be a little late in sharing this, but you’re probably aware that I’m a Discovery Writer/Pantser most of the time. A very interesting podcast (I read the transcript) on discovery writing and sustaining a long-term writing career. Lots of good advice on both craft and business! 🙂

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And if you like sci-fi, there’s another bundle of great books out there! I’m not in it, but I’ve read some of those novels, so go check them out! Limited time, like for StoryBundle, so don’t miss it! Wishing you all a wonderful week!

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As promised, here’s the link to my latest published story:

Crime and… (Blaze Ward Presents: Issue 5)

I challenged folks to give me a crime story with a one word title that could complete that phrase above.
Many answered, and nearly twenty made the final cut, from coziest fun to darkest noir, always with Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment in the back of their minds.
Historic tales sent in mid-Twentieth Century Los Angeles or Budapest. Modern mysteries from small towns to Appalachia to the big city.
Crime takes many forms. Where will it take you?

Neat cover, innit? I Go check it now! Available as ebook and paperback for your reading pleasure!

A UK chain of used bookstores has set up a system to pay authors royalties on sales: here are the articles on The Guardian and The Bookseller.

So I guess it’s time I put out more paperbacks, innit? I wonder if the books I left at bookcrossing zones or on UK trains could end up in those shops, LOL! Hopefully my paperback sales will slowly grow and in the future I’ll be able to take advantage of this. I haven’t joined the system yet.

Last week I wrote 12K, two stories, both for the Portals Collection workshop, because this week I’m starting a new routine at the day job, so I thought I better do it early. It was an unsettling week and the end of some kind of era, and here’s to hoping this new “era” will last as shortly as possible in this everchanging world.

Yesterday it poured at the time I was supposed to go home, so it was a wasted afternoon. Today I’ll decide what to write next, probably more shorts since I’m keeping the Duology for July. My wordcount might go down again, but it doesn’t matter, like I said. I may not reach my 500K this year, but it’s more eventful than 2020 for me, so…

Last week I also read the Blaft Anthology of Tamil Pulp Fiction and all those pulp writers made me think of me when I started writing. I think I was an unpublished pulp writer until the indie revolution, LOL! Now I’m thinking of getting the other volumes in the series, but I also need to help someone set up a book in Italian, so we’ll see.

It’s recommended reading, I got the paperback, but the ebook is also available for the visually impaired! It’s fun and interesting, and in some places I felt as if I were back to Future Earth Chronicles – Asian Ways, since Arjun and Yuu get to South India. And I wish they translated in English the novel they only excerpted, abridged, in this volume. Sigh.

Anyhow, I wish you all a wonderful week… and happy summer if it’s your favorite season! 🙂

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Last week was hard on me on the Day Job’s side, so I struggled to finish the weekly story. But I did manage 8K+ and this brings the yearly total to 200K, yay! I might still not make it to 500K this year, but it doesn’t matter. I like keeping track of how much I write, but if I don’t reach the goal, I’m not going to beat myself! 😉

This week is probably as harder as the last one, in spite of today being national holiday in Italy, and next week marks a new routine with the Day Job… and of course summer is here. For newcomers, I hate the summer heat. I say I hibernate when it’s hot and start living again when it cools down. I want to move to a northern country to avoid the summer heat.

But that won’t happen in the near future, unfortunately. So I’m going to brace myself for another long hot summer, hoping I’ll be able to finish those stories. I’m considering writing two this week, since I have an extra day off, but we’ll see. I also want to send a 500words sample to an anthology, so I might do that instead.

A little bit of depression was also caused by a toxic group – toxic for me, at least. Then I read Dean’s post on Deadly Problems for Writers and felt a little better! 🙂 I think my problem is in the metadata, but at this time I have no energy to look into them. So I’ll just keep writing for now, then we’ll see.

Like I said many years ago at the start of this ten-year-old blog, I’m married to Mr. Writing. I’ve been flirting with Mr. Publishing since, but I’m not very happy with that relationship! 😀 So maybe I’ll put him aside for a while, and just write what entertains me – like I always did.

The bimonthly newsletter should have gone out by now, but I’m waiting for a buy link… so you still have time to subscribe, get a free story now and a free book with the newsletter – hopefully within the week. I’m not the publisher of this one, so I’m not sure. He said June 1st, but then, shit happens even to others! 😀

So, if you want news about this new title, subscribe to the newsletter, or wait for next week’s post, whatever you prefer. I wish you a wonderful week! 🙂

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As promised, here’s the last title in English for the coming weeks. The next one will appear in July, so plenty of time for you to try any new title that fancies you (if you’re new) or catch up (if you’re old-timer of this blog). A Taste of Silvery Earth – 7 stories to introduce you to the world and it’s history should give you a pretty good idea of what the series is like if you’re unfamiliar with it.

Other titles and series are Star Minds Universe (for now complete), Future Earth Chronicles (complete), Vampires through the centuries (for now complete, although I have 2 unfinished stories on my hard drive), and everything else. And box sets, if you’re voracious. And multi-author anthologies if you’re in discovery mood.

Last week I wrote almost 14K between the portal story and another chapter of the Duology (that will probably need tweaks when I get back to it, but it was another 6K in the kitty! ;p). I’m at 190K+ yearly count, so a lot more for you to read – some of it already came out, granted, but there’s still a lot to come! 🙂

If you’re a sci-fi writer, you might want to check the SPSFC and mark your calendars. If you’re a sci-fi reader, or, even better, a book blogger, they’re looking for you! (Giving up trying to use the “quote” block, and using italics for the quote):

What bloggers need to know:

Applications are now open to be one of our ten reviewers! Simply click here and fill out the form. As a former book blogger and reviewer, I know what you’re in for. It will be a lot of work, but if you enjoy helping readers find hidden gems, it will be rewarding.

If you’re a fantasy writer, the original SPFBO opens even before the SPSFC, so mark your calendar for that one too. I participated last year with Magical Friends, this year I’m not saying yet! 😉 Welcome to the wonderful world of indie publishing!

Signal boost for more sci-fi – if you’re a writer, it’s a paid market, if you’re a reader, well, it’s a new mag! 🙂 Science Fictionery is ready to launch! Check it out – their first issue is full, but if you’re a writer, you can still submit to them. And if you’re a reader, stretch goals include:

  • Making each issue available in audio format
  • Custom artwork for our covers.

In their own words: ScienceFictionery is here to bring the best Science Fiction in the Galaxy, support writers, entertain readers, champion equality & diversity and to remind people that the future is theirs to craft. Check them out!

If, by any chance, you still think traditional publishing is for you, check this. I have a friend who writes literary historical novels, and she is rightfully looking for a traditional publisher. I told her to skip the agents and submit to the publishers directly. She found a British publisher who is accepting unagented submissions (and she’s British, so that works well for her), so I’m crossing my fingers for her.

But I’ve read her books and I know there would be no market for them, not even in the wonderful new world of publishing without some leverage from a big publisher. She already went the small publisher way for another book. and agreed it’s a waste of time.

Traditional publishing is still stuck in the 20th century, unfortunately. Avoid at all costs, unless you write literary stuff that won’t sell as indie. Anything else is fair game, if you manage to nail the metadata and follow David Gaughran’s advice on Amazon. Or grab the Write Stuff bundle before it’s gone.

You won’t get rich quick. You won’t be a bestseller in six months, unless you hit the jackpot and nail a subgenre where there’s little competition. But you’ll have a career.

Have a great week and happy writing and reading! :)In

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Because the Italian version of Edwyn Blackmore had more success than the English one, I’m going to take a break from publishing in English until June (after the next title, that is – you’ll get A Taste of Silvery Earth next week, then the Portals Collection and the end of June).

I have plenty of stories that I will never translate because I don’t want to rewrite them – I have many more new ones to write without wasting time on old ones. But since my friends liked them when I wrote them in the 1990s, I thought why not publish them in ebook format with my other Italian pen name (the one I use for the stories I wrote at the end of the 20th century)?

So I spent the weekend making covers – 5 of them – with some kind of branding for this short new “series” that will be added to two more similar titles under that pen name. I’ll revamp the Italian blog with one page for those stories under both pseudonyms, so readers can find them easily. We’ll see how it goes.

Last week I wrote over 10K, so rest assured that the Portals Collection and the other books coming out in English after that will be worth the wait! 🙂 I plan also on doing a couple of collaboration anthologies, so you can read and discover other authors under the same theme.

Also, June 1st I’ll send out the bi-monthly newsletter, with a free download of Books of the Immortals – Fire. You can still subscribe on the publisher’s page and get The Two Toriks when you sign up and then the free book every two months. I’m still pondering if I should write more often, so maybe I’ll do a poll in the next newsletter! 🙂

This week I’m editing and formatting and writing another story for the Portals Collection workshop. There’s a Kobo promo (Canada only) coming up, but it will be announced on the publisher’s page or on my Facebook page.

I’m approaching my 2500th blog post… what should I do to celebrate? After searching the WordPress help for where the hell they put the poll block, I finally found it, so please vote in the poll below, it’s completely anonymous! 🙂

I think the previous versions of polls looked cuter, but whatever… I guess I’ll have to live with the updates. Sigh. Have a great week! 🙂

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And we got a new title! As announced, here go the two covers. This week you can check Edwyn Blackmore, a m/m romance set at the beginning of the Varian Empire. You can check the chronology of all the stories here. And here’s the blurb of the latest.

Edwyn’s father demands he finds a bride, so he sets out for Xendaria, where the family originated, to look for a suitable maiden. He stops in a rundown castle belonging to his former sword teacher, Curzio, a Varian nobleman who never married and is the last of his line. Love and drama ensue. A Silvery Earth sweet m/m romance

Like I said, both covers have the same m/m couple by Ravven, but the newest one has a background with a picture of yours truly. It’s the interior of the castle Fortezza Verrucole Archeopark in Garfagnana, a wonderful place to visit if you ever get to Tuscany. Reenactors in medieval costumes show you the life inside the castle when it was still used.

Reading recommendations: check out the Cave Creek Series. I read the novel, Card Sharp Silver, and it’s a very enjoyable read! And I know most of the writers who contributed to the three anthologies. I know a lot about this shared world and I can only recommend you check it out!

Moving on to non-fiction for writers, two neat things came out last week, too late for me to include them in the post. One is the Write Stuff Bundle 2021 – I’ve met all those author (except Joanna Penn, and she’s British!) and they’re all terrific writers. I was even a beta-reader on Michael W. Lucas book. So, highly recommended.

The other spawned from The Covid Year (in their own world) – The Indie Author Magazine. I used to buy all the writers magazines when I traveled abroad, but I stopped because they focused on traditional publishing and finding an agent and all that 20th century publishing stuff. Welcome to the 21st century and the new world of publishing!

Eventually I might write something for them, but probably not this year, since I’m feeling sort of in transition, so until I settle in the new normal, I don’t have much to say!

Last week I wrote under 8K, on three different short stories. This week I’m probably writing for the workshop, but I also have other ideas fluttering around. Again, I don’t know if and when I’ll publish these latest stories, but then, they’re not the only ones still in a drawer (or computer file).

Maybe at some point I’ll do a collection of Rejected Stories in various genres, LOL! But I’m currently still writing and submitting them, and like Breathe found a home in the namesake anthology years after it was written, it could happen again.

Gente reminder that if you want free books in different genres, you should subscribe here. Currently LitRPG/Steampunk books are free! I guess that’s all for today and I wish you a wonderful week! 🙂

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