Talk to you soon!
Manifold Press have just made the official announcement of Call to Arms, an anthology set around World War II which will be coming out on the 1st of November this year. I’ve got two stories in it – and, for those of you who enjoyed my WWI contributions to A Pride of Poppies, there’s an opportunity to catch up with some familiar faces.
We’ve got seventeen stories from thirteen authors (lucky for us!) and if the quality of Manifold’s previous anthologies is any indication, it’ll be a real stunner. This time, all proceeds are going to the British Refugee Council, a very worthy charity. It’s available for pre-order now, so please do check it out!
Talk to you soon!
Sorry for the radio silence – and I’m also sorry that I can’t promise it won’t happen again. Unfortunately, my life is going through a very hectic period, so I’ve barely had chance to write recently (though I did write 7000 words for Camp NaNoWriMo in April) and I have had no idea what to blog about.
Currently I’m working on short story submissions for Manifold Press’ two upcoming anthologies – No Holds Bard and Call to Arms – and continuing with A King’s Ransom. The latter is running long, the former is running short, and the one in the middle just really needs beta reading. Hopefully I’ll have some updates for you relatively soon, but I can make no promises!
Thanks for bearing with me, and hopefully I’ll talk to you soon!
Well, I’m backdating this by about an hour because I completely forgot to update today. So much for that resolution! Still, next week I’ll try to remember.
This week I have once again been working on a redraft of Sprawl (working title), which I hope will shape up into a passable sequel to Submerge. I had planned to take Thursday to work on my submission for the Call to Arms anthology being put together by Manifold Press, but I got well and truly stuck. So I started writing a new project I’d begun work on before my old laptop died, and never got back to. It’s called A King’s Ransom (working title), it’s built on the remains of The Perfect Garden (whether that will ever see the light of day, I don’t know) and I’m quite excited about it.
I’ve written at least 500 words each day, and I’ve written 10170 words this year so far. I hope I can keep this up!
I’ve also been waiting, somewhat impatiently, for a proof of the Submerge paperback to arrive. I love having a paperback copy of my work to keep on a shelf, and I’m hoping that a paperback edition will also be easier for some of its target audience to access. I will, of course, let you know when that arrives.
Talk to you next week!