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Authors – 5 ways to on how to deal with rejections


For those that write, rejection should be a fairly common event. You write a short story, or a book, send it off and invariably it’s rejected. Or, you see a submissions call, write a piece specifically for that and which you can’t envision any other market, and you’re rejected. This article is, as the title … Continue reading

Unofficial Dr. Who charity War Doctor Anthology Seasons of War is here


Last year I was invited to submit a story to what will most likely become one of the most well-known Doctor Who books there ever was;, the War Doctor charity anthology, Seasons of War. Now, you might think I’m joking, or wondering ‘eh? Who the hell are you, just some fan boy?’, but I’m not. … Continue reading

Getting published – think you’ve got what it takes?


Getting published is, for the vast majority of authors, the name of the game. They want to share their worlds, the people they’ve created and the trials and tribulations that make the book something they’re proud of. It doesn’t matter what genre they write for, it all boils down to doing something that they love, … Continue reading

My wife, the editor


My wife, Karen, is crafty. Not in the sneaky sense, nor in the witchy sense, but in the “let’s make really cool things sense.”  Being an active person, she’s not that much of a reader, she’d much rather be doing. Granted, she’ll read all the ‘how to’ books in the universe, and then go make cool … Continue reading

And it just keeps coming!


Not quite sure why all of this is happening right now, but I’m certainly not complaining! So far – as you no doubt know – I have had a short story accepted for the Grimm and Grimmer anthology by Fringe Works, I’m submitting my Shattered Lands: Torquemaster Rising novel, and I’ve been asked to edit a … Continue reading

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