10 Years in Print: A Retrospective

10 Years in Print: A Retrospective

Thought I’d share this post from my author blog. Wanted to say thanks for reading “Goblins, Swords, Elves, Oh My!” for all these years. Life would be boring without you. (Also you’ll find details on the 4 year Anniversary sale for Blade of the Broken. Ends December 15th.)

The Writer on Wheels

As I write this post, I’m asking myself if it’s really been ten years. But as I read my piece of published fiction in Words Work Wonders 2008, I don’t think it’s something I would publish now. No matter, that’s what convinced me I could write and be published. And there’s no better place to start than being published in anthologies put out by The Cabin Idaho.

I have these three books on my shelf next to my computer. Reminds me of how far I’ve come, and that there’s shelf space still left.

Both Words Work Wonders 2008 and Words Work Wonders 2011 feature pieces written by participants from the yearly Summer Writing Camps at The Cabin literary center. The short stories and poems are compiled in an anthology in a limited print run. (The poem “Coils” in the 2011 anthology is quite dear to me. I had…

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