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    I've been doing well with the writing endeavors lately.

    A mainstream short story "Smokestacks" is currently published on the web at
    http://www.abilitymaine.org/breath/f10b.html
    As Breath and Shadow is a standard webzine publisher, there's no cover price or even the PITA of a log in to read "Smokestacks."

    I'm appearing with a twisted alternate history tale "Advance Gratitude" in The Aether Age Helios. This is a real cool concept anthology, "what if industrial revolutions spawned in Egypt some 2000 years ago>" with a couple other neat twists. A lot more info can be found about the project at
    http://www.aether-age.com/

    The publisher Hadley Rille is running a preorder special at
    http://www.hadleyrillebooks.com/theaetherage.html


    I have at least two other stories set to see anthology publication in the next couple months, a ghost story in Whitlock Publishing's Our Haunted World and a humorous mainstream story appearing in a horror title Malicious Deviance by Library of the Living Dead/Library of Horror Press.
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    Forthcoming stories in Breath and Shadow, Star Dreck anthology and The Aether Age: Helios.

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    Congratulations!
    It's been a while since I've had a story published, but that's more because I've been working on things other than short stories lately.

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    Bravo, K!....I will attempt to read them ASAP.

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    Kozzi! Congratulations, my friend; "Smokestacks" was purely a thing of brilliance. Seriously, cannot remember having enjoyed a short story that much since I was in college (oh wait, I never went to college). Again, congrats, very nice job indeed!
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    Thanks, guys. Share with your friends!
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    Forthcoming stories in Breath and Shadow, Star Dreck anthology and The Aether Age: Helios.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Messor View Post
    Congratulations!
    It's been a while since I've had a story published, but that's more because I've been working on things other than short stories lately.

    - Le Messor
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    Funny...when I made the post and mentioned Malicious Deviance, I did specifically think of you as someone who would be more interested in that anthology than in The Aether Age.

    The homebound blind thing has given me more time to concentrate on the writing side of my life, both in production and marketing.. 9 new shorts this year, a novel finished, and 4 acceptances (and--hope I'm not jinxing it--a sixth acceptance very likely with a story "short listed."

    And Dana should be happy to know that two of the acceptances came out of Maine!
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    Forthcoming stories in Breath and Shadow, Star Dreck anthology and The Aether Age: Helios.

    ~I woke up one morning finally seeing the world through a rose colored lense. It turned out to be a blood hemorrhage in my good eye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kozzi24 View Post
    Funny...when I made the post and mentioned Malicious Deviance, I did specifically think of you as someone who would be more interested in that anthology than in The Aether Age.
    Well, you know how much I love to climb tall things with a carbine* by my side...

    (* If I'm right, and that's a type of rifle, I now sound like I know what I'm talking about... or would've, if I hadn't written this.)

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