Somehow, it’s already February, which means it’s time for a monthly reading recap.
January’s been off to a pretty good start reading-wise! With some money I received at Christmas, I decided to hit eBay and some second-hand online book stores, since I’m a sucker for scrappy, dog-eared, written-in, falling-to-pieces copies. So, naturally, £70 disappeared at the bat of an eye and over a glass of wine.
I arrive offering even more good news for February! Ghost Orchid Press have just released their Hundred Word Horror Anthology, based on the theme of Home.
At last, February is here! Women in Horror month has begun, and therefore I can joyfully announce that Kandisha Press have released the third instalment of their women in horror anthology series…
THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY
So, I got some wonderful news a few days ago. I got my first acceptance of 2021!
2020 is nearing the end and, like most probably are, I will be glad to see the back of it.
I know 2021 isn’t going to erase personal loss or soothe everything that’s unfolded, but I am hoping I can go into the next year with a greater awareness of the things I’m thankful for, what I want to achieve, and how I can work on improving myself.
Monster is now available to read for FREE on All Worlds Wayfarer’s website. Though it would be appreciated if you picked up the Kindle version to support the magazine’s future endeavours, I understand if you can’t justify buying it at the moment but would still like to read it.
So, with that, you can go read Monster HERE.
I have exciting news – Issue VII from All Worlds Wayfarer is now LIVE, and I’ve been exceptionally lucky and privileged to have my flash fiction – ‘Monster’ – included in their amazing lineup!
5th of December, 2020.
Just thought I’d bob in with a little update or two. I have some exciting news and some writing shenanigans to share!
I’m over the moon to be able to announce that a flash piece of mine called ‘Monster’ has been accepted for publication with All Worlds Wayfarer!