My third original sale in November is for a funny ghost story that was accepted to the — still untitled — Bad Dream Entertainment Horror/Humor Anthology. This seems to be very interesting and I’m looking forward to the publication.
Submissions are still open by the way, so if you’re interested here’s the submissions link: http://www.baddreamentertainment.com/submissions/
For the record, here’s my current stats:
2018: 19 sales-9 original-8 pro
All-time: 76 sales-29 original-18 pro
A very exciting new sale for me, for several reasons.
Up until now the longest story I ever sold was 2500 words (and to be frank, I very rarely sell stories longer than 1000 words.) Well, that’s a whopping behemoth of 5850 words! Yeah, you may laugh, but some day I’m even going to write a novel.
Also, it’s a story I love and I’d been trying to sell forever, and it’s a new market for me, the lovely Canadian magazine On Spec. Here’s the current issue (I’m not in there, just posting it to get the feel.)
After quite some time, here’s my 9th sale to Galaxy’s Edge, for another 500-word piece (I seem to be selling quite a few of them recently, mostly to Galaxy’s Edge.)
Anyway, that was my 74th sale, 27th for an original story, 17th pro.
Another of my flash pieces, The Horn of Amalthea, is in the current issue of Galaxy’s Edge (Issue 34). It’s my seventh time in Galaxy’s Edge.
Another of my drabbles has been accepted by Eric S. Fomley for the forthcoming Drabbledark II anthology. If it’s as good as the first Drabbledark, that’s great news.
The Mirror in the Bathroom is in this month’s Antipodean SF, Issue 242.
Another one of my time travel stories, You Can Always Change the Past, is published once more — this time in Timeshift, a brand new anthology about time. Here’s the link for Amazon.