Sunday, October 30, 2011
A Most Excellent Week.
It seems to be doing well on Amazon, having climbed many thousands in their ranking system (although that could reflect only a handful of sales) and has broken into the top 100 of Amazon's SF Anthology list.
It's available in eBook and paperback here.
And, of course, I'm heading up to Sydney for the launch next Saturday. (info here) Hope to see you there.
But beyond that, I've received very positive feedback on a story (send positive vibes in that direction, please), rewritten and subbed two more, and subbed a third that was just waiting for the right market.
Which means I now have TEN stories out in the submission wildwoods.
And that is a personal record.
I am cautiously optimistic for at least three of those stories. And I expect to hear back from editors on a couple in the next week or so.
But then again, submission land is a strange and weird place that works in mysterious ways.
Speaking of which, two excellent posts on submission caught my attention this week. Tehani Wessely and Alisa Krasnostein are both lovely people and excellent editors, and I'm not just saying that because I'm hopeful of selling stories to their presses. I would point out I met them at Worldcon last year, and they certainly have their evil sides, as in when they held me down and forced me to purchase their books.
But they are currently producing high quality anthologies through their award winning and respected presses, FableCroft and Twelfth Planet.
If you're interested in subbing, and doing it right, the advice in these posts is invaluable.
Posted by Steve Cameron at 2:22 AM
Labels: Alisa Krasnostein, Anywhere But Earth, FableCroft, submissions, Tehani Wessely, Twelfth Planet, writing
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