Tag: Freelance

Short & Savage – My Latest Publication

This short collection of flash fiction is published by Skull Island eXpeditions and is part of the steam & sorcery Iron Kingdoms setting, which includes the award-winning games WARMACHINE and HORDES. My story, “Uncommon Allies,” can be found within. It’s a touching tale of violent… Continue Reading “Short & Savage – My Latest Publication”

Rejection Letter Rundown: The Improved Form Rejection

Welcome to the next installment of Rejection Letter Rundown. Today, I’m covering that first baby step forward on the path of rejectomancy, the improved form rejection. If you’d like to catch up and read the first post in this series, click here. At first… Continue Reading “Rejection Letter Rundown: The Improved Form Rejection”

How Much/Often Should I Write?

This is a question writers hear a lot. Hell, it’s a question writers ask a lot. The most common answer is something frustratingly vague like, “all the time” or “as much as you can.” Easy, right? I mean who has a day job, a… Continue Reading “How Much/Often Should I Write?”

Rejection Letter Rundown: The Common Form Rejection

Rejection Letters – An Introduction to Disappointment If you are going to send out your work to genre magazines, webzines, and book publishers, you are going to get rejection letters, probably a lot of them. It is vitally important you understand this is both… Continue Reading “Rejection Letter Rundown: The Common Form Rejection”

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