Earlier in the week, I blogged about a rejection I received for this story. No matter what I tell myself, at the end of the day, it really is fan fiction, and I need to stop sending it to places that don’t publish fan fiction. It belongs here, on my blog, where any one canContinue reading “Flash Fiction: George and the Fatal Mistake”
My spouse and I set up a lego Christmas village. Goose was good for the first few days, then he decided he wanted his table back. The presence of the oversized 10-month-old puppy might have had something to do with it. Enjoy the cuteness!
I often find myself cringing at form rejections, wishing that editors would give just a snippet of insight into why they rejected my story. Today, I found myself wishing for a form rejection. Nearly a year ago, I wrote a story titled “George and the Fatal Mistake” merging George Lucas’ sale of the Star WarsContinue reading “When a Form Rejection is Better…”