I’ve sold a fantasy Drabble to Trembling With Fear. That’s the second one I’ve sold in the last couple weeks. I’m a regular reader of their content and it’s been nice to land a few stories there.
Both the Timeshift and Drabbledark anthology projects are going well. Timeshift has 22 collected stories, all from experienced authors, many of them big names. I’m really happy with the way it’s coming together, themed around time and time travel. It’s been a cool experience.
I’ve completed the submission process for Drabbledark. There are 100 stories that will be included in the anthology, picked from around 600 submissions. It’s currently seeking backing on Kickstarter if you’re interested in backing it in exchange for an ebook copy of the finished product.
As far as my writing goes, April was a big month for production. I wrote several stories, and polished a few of them. I have ten stories on submission to various venues and I’m very hopeful for some good publication news soon. I’ve started a new challenge with my daily writing. Every day, for productivity purposes, my writing goal is three sentences. This has been a major success for me actually because on the days where I don’t really feel like writing I just try to get my sentences in and often times will find myself writing a thousand or more words. It’s been an interesting challenge and I wish that I had tried something similar earlier. Anyone can write just three sentences, right? Maybe give it a try and let me know if it helps your productivity.
I think that’s all the news I have for now and I hope to bring you more soon. Thanks for reading.