This week’s episode of Arm Cast: Dead Sexy Podcast is so raven! Host Armand Rosamilia chats with C L Raven, the horror writing, pole dancing, ghost hunting mistresses of the macabre. They host a horror show on Vitalizie radio, and somehow ended up as burlesque dancers. When they’re not working, they’re ruling an animal army and…
We’re eight days into the month now and I’ve not written many words this month. Mainly this is due to restriction on my writing time but also I’ve had plenty of things going on outside of writing at the moment that is taking up time.
I’m waiting on hearing back on a short story I submitted last month while also waiting on getting beta notes back on a short story for an anthology I was invited to submit to.
Something I’m finding at the moment is I’m having some damn good ideas for long-term projects. A few little pieces are slotting into place and when I come back to them I think I’m going to have a lot of fun, as well as the words flowing nicely.
Tomorrow I’m going to make time to write around a few things I’ve got to do, I’d love a 1000 word day.
A picture of me at the book launch of 84 Stories 84 Words. This collection of micro stories is work that myself and members of a writing group I was a part of (as well as a few contributions from non-members). This was a lot of fun working on these eighty-four word stories and the launch party was a roaring success! You can check it out on Amazon here.
Director Maggie Levin discusses her new Hulu debut feature, MY VALENTINE, working with Blumhouse, and much more. Plus, Brian, Mary, Matt and Kelli discuss the return of Eddie Berganza. Check out this episode of The Horror Show! The post MAGGIE LEVIN – The Horror Show With Brian Keene – Ep 251 appeared first on PROJECT…
This week, on Arm Cast: Dead Sexy Podcast, host Armand Rosamilia has a personal one-on-one interview with Paula R. Hilton, a writer who explores the ways deeply flawed people can still be forces for good. Her fiction, essays, and poetry have appeared on the Feminine Collective, Dear Damsels, and NPR’s This I Believe websites, as…
Evening folks! I just wanted to pop in and write a quick post to let you fine folks know what I got done in January.
I wrote 9011 words, which is almost 6500 words under my target (to be fair I had a whole week off from writing which didn’t help). I have lost a little writing time and I did edits on two short stories in January, one of which has been submitted for an anthology. The other is for a super-secret invite only anthology and is with beta readers as I type this.
My writing time is limited at the moment, but I’m cracking out words as and when I can. I think my target of 500 words a day is achievable. It is just on me to focus and make the most of the time I’m given.
I am also now on. Its a site where fans can buy people like myself a ‘coffee’. I do find it hard asking for contributions to help me fund my art, but friends have recommended this site and if it helps me reach my goals then it’s going to be worth it. I’m not going to throw it down your throats. I’m going to mention it here and I share it on social media a few times a week. If you do like my work or even just enjoy reading my blog and would like to contribute a little then please clicky the link.
Right, I’m going to leave it there for the night, folks. I hope everyone has had a good weekend and a good week ahead!
Good afternoon, folks!
I’m on about 7000 words for the month, which isn’t as high as I’d like but much better than having zero words for the month.
Today I wrote zilch! But I did edit two stories. One was an out loud read through which was then sent to my beta readers. The second one was me looking over notes from my beta readers. This was about three work at a guess. I was planning to squeeze in a quick Mando Method between the two but I was pushed for time and wasn’t able to. This sucks a little, but it’s not much good writing every day if I’m not finishing and submitting work.
Outside of writing I finished listening to John Scalzi’s The Human Division and listened to the final book in the Old Mans War series, The End Of All Things. Although not as good as The Human Division it’s still a damn fine book which wraps things up well.
Time to wrap this post up. Keep cracking on with those goals and ambitions, folks!
Author Kelli Owen and Scares That Care CEO Joe Ripple join Brian and Dave to talk about the forthcoming Wisconsin charity event, Sid Haig, and more. Plus, an update on ChiZine and the surprising reveal of Dave’s temporary replacement. Check out this episode of The Horror Show! The post KELLI OWEN AND JOE RIPPLE –…