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  • Gossamer Square Part I Teaser by Dawn L Mullan 8/19/2009 10:17:55 PM
    Free Online Novel, Gossamer Square is being written in real time. See how a novel is written from the beginning! .... more

  • Gossamer Square by Dawn L Mullan 8/18/2009 7:17:37 PM
    Free online Gothic horror novel being written in real time by Dawn L. Mullan.... more

  • vivid, explicit, inventive and engrossing...with fangs on it! by The Grim Reverend Steven Rage 6/11/2009 4:02:25 PM
    May 30, 2009 By D. Gorman "Crystalline Structure Moon" - See all my reviews... more

  • writing again by Joshua Scribner 6/10/2009 3:42:23 AM
    I finished a big editing project on Monday and started writing again on Tuesday. I got 2000 words on Mantis 3. I'm going back and editing Beyond Reception. BR has been close to publication a few times. I'm taking care of the recurring problems ed... more

  • A few reviews by Joshua Scribner 6/2/2009 2:08:44 PM
    I just finished The Manhattan Hunt Club by John Saul. It's probably the best book I've read by him and among the ten best books I've ever read. I'd call it the second best, if not for one glaring problem at the end. The prolog just lacked the deta... more

  • Two stories over the weekend by Joshua Scribner 5/29/2009 3:06:13 AM
    Saturday, my story "Portals" will be up at Every Day Fiction. Sunday, my story "Something in Common" will be up at 52 Stitches. Both my Ebook novels are still on sale for 3.59 and have been selling reasonably well. Hopefully, the two stories will ... more

  • Day off and ebook sale by Joshua Scribner 5/25/2009 4:19:37 AM
    I passed the 50000-word point on the third Mantis novel yesterday. I'm doing something today I rarely do. I'm taking the day off, not something I'm good at. Both of my ebook novels are still on sale for 3.59 at fictionwise. No... more

  • Ouch! by Joshua Scribner 5/24/2009 1:57:06 AM
    The first two books in the Beyond Reception series were rejected yesterday. When you write as much as I do, and send out most your work, rejection is par for the course, and the ones most likely to be rejected are the publications you want ... more

  • Book sale and milestone by Joshua Scribner 5/19/2009 8:03:11 AM
    First off, both of my ebook novels are on sale at fictionwise for 3.59. There are links on my Author page to get there. If you haven’t tried an Ebook yet, do it. I like them because they’re cheaper, and I can completely control the font size. br... more

  • Still waiting by Joshua Scribner 5/18/2009 2:57:22 AM
    I finished editing Prairie Wolf on Saturday. It was a very long novel. I broke it into three short novels. It's now out there in its new form. I'm still on pins and needles, waiting for two particular publishers, one who might pay profess... more

  • More work and more wait. by Joshua Scribner 5/15/2009 2:02:16 AM
    I'm still working on the third book in the Mantis series. I'm should close in on 40K in the next few days. I'm also reediting an older book called Prairie Wolf. It's big, so I might split it into three parts. Otherwise, I'm still waiting.... more

  • waiting by Joshua Scribner 5/1/2009 4:38:52 PM
    I had sent the first two chapters and the last chapter of the first book in my Beyond Reception series out. The publisher got back to me asking to see the entire book and also the second book. Now I'm waiting on that and the potential pro rates pay... more

  • Started a new novel, maybe two by Joshua Scribner 4/21/2009 2:37:03 PM
    I started the third book in the Mantis series today. Looking at the outline, it could stretch into two novels, but we'll see. I'll probably send the second book in the series to the publisher tomorrow. Microhorror published my ... more

  • Professional pay, maybe? by Joshua Scribner 4/17/2009 5:05:11 AM
    I received news this morning that my story "Licked" is in the final round of consideration at a professional-rate-paying publisher. I'm hopeful, but very aware that the odds are still stacked against me. I've been here before. My story "Pulse" (aka ... more

  • Paraplex: a Treat for the Six Senses by Rosemary Poole-Carter 4/12/2009 2:50:37 PM
    A look at the Paraplex paranormal complex in New Orleans... more

  • Good and Bad by Joshua Scribner 4/3/2009 2:33:48 PM
    Since my last blog, I've had two acceptances and two rejections. My story "Sorry" is up at Microhorror now, and "Portals" has been accepted by Every Day Fiction. I should finish the fifth edit of Mantis Coma (The second book in the Mantis... more

  • The Tales of the Fractured Realms by George Wilhite 4/3/2009 11:07:24 AM
    I have posted an article that provides an introduction to my own horror/dark fantasy cosmology from which I hope to publish many divergent novellas and stories called "Tales of the Fractured Realms." I am interested in hearing from other wri... more

  • Edit finished by Joshua Scribner 3/28/2009 5:35:31 AM
    I just finished the second edit of Beyond Reception 3. I anticipate doing a few more. Editing a novel is hard, especially a series novel, because you have to hold so many things in your head at once. On the other hand, writing a sequel novel is pr... more

  • Losing Streak Over! by Joshua Scribner 3/24/2009 3:09:29 PM
    The streak of consecutive rejections no longer plagues me. My story "Wish Limits" was accepted by Every Day Fiction. No other notices today. I'm still editing Gateway. It's really in my head, so hopefully it will be in the reader's head t... more

  • Losing Streak by Joshua Scribner 3/23/2009 4:14:04 PM
    Today I got two rejection letters, bringing the streak of consecutive rejections to eight. That ties the streak of eight consecutive acceptances I recently had. I've been editing a novel called Gateway. It's the third in my Beyond Recept... more

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