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More than halfway through the month and I haven’t posted about NaNoWriMo!

Obviously I’m not participating this year. Not only has my personal life been hectic (travel, sister’s wedding) but I’m in the midst of editing the latest version of The Way. This story has been in mental residence for close to 5 years now; if there’s a chance I can finish it and get it right, I’m not going to let myself get distracted.

That doesn’t mean you can’t. Prior Nano projects Dreamscapes and His Brother’s Keeper are only $0.99 for the next 30 days – through December 16 – with coupon codes below. And just for fun, Counter Clockwise is free.

Enjoy!

Dreamscapes, 2011 Nano winner: DT42V

His Brother’s Keeper, 2013 Nano participant: CB83L

Counter Clockwise: LF76F

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Finally, after more than 4 months, Analog SF&F rejected ‘Counter Clockwise.’

Unlike ‘No Such Place as Home,’ however, ‘Counter Clockwise’ was rejected by email. And unlike any prior Analog submission, ‘Counter Clockwise’ received positive feedback from the editor.

That’s progress.

Of course, a rejection always comes with good news: Escape Velocity, the print collection including ‘The Edge’ and ‘No Such Place as Home’ as well as ‘Counter Clockwise,’ is now available to the book-buying public. EVEN BETTER: It’s currently 50% off.

Buy here, now, for a limited time: Escape Velocity 50% Off!

People who prefer their literature in digital form can already find two of those three stories on Smashwords. Rest assured that ‘Counter Clockwise’ will join them soon. Stay tuned!

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Analog SFF rejected ‘No Such Place as Home’ without notifying me. I only know because I logged in to their submission form to check.

Because I am a glutton for punishment, I submitted ‘Counter Clockwise.’ There go another 4 months before I can make my book public.

On the other hand, I can now put ‘No Such Place as Home’ on Smashwords.

I’ll keep you posted.

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