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July 12, 2012 by musehick

Today I created a cover and posted Brown Out‘s first couple of chapters. This series, a kind of surface gentle, violent undercurrent, suburban sci-fi, was one that I started a long time ago, back when I started up on a site that was first called Spoiled Ink and then became Editred. I lost it for a while with all the hard drive issues I had, but now I get a second chance with it and can finish it up. It is always nice to see something you invested time in move towards fruition.

I also finally got around to writing a short introduction for Weaponizer a site I have written for for a while, and which I am now going to be a co-editor for the flash fiction section of the site. The site is great and has a really great sensibility and some wonderful people writing for it.

As I get more organisation in behind the scenes you are going to see more fruits of my labours at the front end – more e-books, more books, more short stories, and more poems. I love writing, if you hadn’t gathered from what I’ve written here. The more I do the more I enjoy it, and every time I see that someone has liked something or even just looked at it that makes me feel great.


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