SFSignal’s Tidbits linked to my post, Slush Readers’ Advice for Writers, on their site today. It made me all kinds… Read more Eradicating Bad Slush One Day at a Time
I’ve been a slush reader for Apex Magazine for over a year. My local speculative fiction writers group, MinnSpec, hosts… Read more Slush Readers’ Advice for Writers
First, read this: Mysterious Paper Sculptures Now I’m going to tell you how wonderful I think this is… 1) It… Read more Mysterious Paper Sculptures
I plunge the knife deep into your heart. I imagine the burn from that slice through your most vital organ.… Read more Flash Fiction: Savoring the Sweet Taste of Revenge
The Burned “What are we waiting for?” Jeanne asked for the fifteen-thousandth time. The bird glared at her, then turned… Read more Flash Fiction Story: The Burned
As a writer, you don’t often get positive feedback, so when you do, you gotta celebrate. Even the little insignificant… Read more Celebrating the Wins (Even Small Ones)
Recently I’ve been noticing how often companies falter when it comes to customer service, even when it’s doesn’t cost them… Read more Being Nice Doesn’t Cost You Anything…So Why Do You Have to Pay For It?
It’s time for a fresh start. I didn’t realize my old blog would completely disappear if I didn’t renew my… Read more Oh crap. Where did my blog go?