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The Lord done sent me a link . . . Selfish, be the Lord. He done sent me the link hoping I would be picked, would send in my NaNoWriMo novel, get published, and get a contract for sequels. You … Continue reading
The New York Times is running their Second Biennial Pulp Fiction Contest. The way the contest works, you look at this cover: And you submit the following: “An opening passage for the actual 1951 novel shown above, with a maximum of … Continue reading
. . . a good friend of mine, Perry. As some readers might remember, I wrote an entry for Legendary Post’s Elven Story Contest. My entry is HERE, and for the uninitiated in the world of fantasy, that means a story … Continue reading