This is a promo pic and blurb for a story from my upcoming anthology.
“Please, man!” I cried, hands up. “I don’t know anything!”
“Like I said,” Ernie responded, steadying his gun one more time, “I can’t take that chance.” The other four men backed him up and surrounded us like wild animals around their prey, teeth bared and snarling. Ernie pulled the trigger and this time he didn’t miss.
I’m currently working on creating my own anthology of work. I’m adding previously posted work as well as work which no one has yet seen. It is, so far, rather dark but also quirky.
Until my anthology is published, I will not post any flash fiction, short stories, poems, etc. However, I will post blurbs and images I make to promote longer range work.
You can also look forward to tarot musings (which I’ll post under the category, “Journey Into Apokalypsis”) as well as information about the paranormal and other mysterious topics. I tried to maintain two other blogs about those topics but I feel it’s best to condense all of it in this one blog.
If you look on the side bar, there’s further information about how to get in contact with me if you’d like. More will be added as it comes. Stay tuned.
I’m currently in the process of rearranging a few things, this blog included. I’ve had some personal problems which took me far away from the writing, and they’re ongoing so I can’t guarantee consistent writing or networking.
However, I am always working on new ideas and implementing them. Part of that is currently rearranging and taking out the old to bring in the new.
“Do either of you have any weird talents?” Camille asked. Anything to break the tension.
“Define weird,” Elise told her. She scooped linguine onto her fork and put it in her mouth, chewing delicately. Between bites, she said, “I can sing all of Bohemian Rhapsody in different voices but that’s probably not what you’re looking for.”
“Oh, you can sing!” Camille exclaimed joyfully. “I tried to learn guitar in high school but never got anywhere. Just think, in a different world, we could start a band.” She giggled to herself.
Life has been too hectic to keep up with my twitter account, my writing, and blogging.
That’s starting to change.
I have lived with some chronic health problems for years, which only just recently turned bad enough to be diagnosed and therefore treated. This has led to me being unable to write for a while. However, I’m in the process of writing again, so all will be just fine.
Thank you to those of you who have stuck by me. I appreciate your presence and support. Thank you, also, to those of you who are new to my work and my online world. I appreciate you.
Please stay tuned. I’m currently rewriting an old novel I started back in 2012.
What’s have you found the most difficult/easy about crafting book blurbs? What, as a reader, makes a blurb stand out to you enough to read the story?
This picture was just hanging out in my phone.