I'm sure this is no news to most of you here, but it still has to be said: getting depressed sucks.
Well, for a few weeks anyway.
I'm still sorely lacking in reviews on Dear John on Amazon. And by "sorely lacking" I mean there ain't none.
I want success in my life. I really, truly, honestly do. And yet, for some reason I find myself continuously sabotaging the opportunities given to me to obtain it.
We here in the Closet don't often give our editors the credit they deserve publicly, and that's something that I'm hoping to correct here, not only because I feel she deserves it, but also because I think that there are a few of you who might appreciate how her work has helped me.
The overall article is interesting, but page 3 has my favorite listing: Jeph Jacques.
I was reading up about obsolete electronics today, as I am wont to do, when I started looking into SCART connections.
I didn't wanna bother people with this after having announced that it was up but...
Dear John is now live on the Kindle marketplace in English.
This is a warning notice concerning a story I have up on the site currently.
That story is Dear John.
I am now on Goodreads! And I need reviews for Josie's Con Stories!
Yes, it's *another* blog about the OC rewrite.
I'm back on Skype for the first time in almost five years!
If anyone feels the need to contact me via IM, you get three guesses for what my screen name is, and the first two don't count.
After a 3000 word binge of writing (the most I've put down on a single thing all in one sitting in quite a while) Part 1 of the Oh, Cheers rewrite is done done DONE!
While reading articles on the games industry (as I have a tendency to do,) I came across a recommendation for a game exploring non-gender-conformist behavior and feelings.
Whoo, what a slog this has been so far!
Today is my last day people.
No, not here.
At my job.
Yes, I'm still working on writing.
Yes, right now that is focusing nigh-exclusively on the first (second?) draft of a publishable version of Oh, Cheers.
Due to somewhat underwhelming sales in its first week even by my own meager expectations (2 copies,) I have slashed the price on my Josie's Con book from 1.49 down to .99 americans.
As of about ten minutes ago, Josie's Con Stories: A Collection Of Transgender Short Fiction is pending approval on Amazon Kindle.
In the past two days I have had two quite different TG-related experiences.
For the possibly two people actually interested, I figured I'd post a progress report on what I've been working on recently.
I know people are probably getting tired of my blogs about my attempt to join the published world, but...
I want opinions, and this is the best way to get 'em alright?
I'm in the final stages of prepping my collective book for sending to Katie to make sure it'll work as a Kindle eBook.
This was originally intended to be a comment on a comment on a recent blog entry, but I was rambling and going WAY off topic, so here it is on its own.
I added links to the bottom of my Halloween contest entry for the other stories in the "universe," if you will, of Henry Harrelson's Custom Fit Boots, in case anybody is interested in reading the other stories set there.
I'm working on getting things together and edited for publication! This is exciting!
I wanted to write today.
I TRIED to write today.
Okay, I did write, a bit.
But not nearly as much as I wanted to.
I just set up my first title page on my own, yay!