Let’s do the Time Warp … Again!

            I’ve had a lot going on lately… If this is your only access to the goings on in my life, or if you’d just like to see it all consolidated in one handy dandy place, here’s a bit of what I’ve been up to:

  • I’m seeing someone. Things have been going really, really well. We’ve been seeing a lot of each other. He’s funny and interesting, smart, creative, fun to be around, and basically just about everything I’ve spent undisclosed periods of time searching for and never really thought I’d find. He makes me happy. He makes me feel safe and comfortable and cared for like no one ever really has before. So yes, evil little horror writer is happy and mushy and silly and obnoxious. If you follow me on Twitter, you probably want to vomit. That’s OK, you’re not the only one…

  • I’m going to see my name in print! Why did this not make the first little blurb? I don’t know! It just didn’t, ok? The point is… 2 of my stories are going to be published in a collection entitled “Daily Frights 2012: 366 Days of Frightening Flash Fiction” available from Pill Hill Press sometime this November. I do sincerely hope that everyone reading this blog will pick up a copy and enjoy what they read.

  • I’m going to have a reading! I’ll be attending Anthocon November 12th in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and I’ll be reading a short story for any and all who’d care to listen. This is majorly exciting news for me, and I’m already shaking with anticipation. I’m not sure what I’ll read, or even if it’s been written yet, but I hope that anyone who shows up and listens to me being an overly dramatic attention hog will enjoy themselves.

        So that’s it, in a nutshell. I’m still writing, don’t you worry your pretty little heads about that one… And I’m still hard at work trying to come up with something phenomenal for Borderlands. As always, thank you all for reading, for listening, and most of all, for being my friends, commiserators, well wishers, fans, followers, and critics. Without all of you, I wouldn’t be the me I am today… and I really like me.

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