Archive | January, 2019

So This Was 2018…

1 Jan

[This post replaces So This Was December…]

We’ve already reached the end of 2018.

So what’s happened this year?

SALES:- I made 6 sales this year.

Third Flatiron; “The Doomsday Machine Retires” for their Monstrosities anthology.
WolfSinger Publications; “Muse” for their Cat Tails anthology.
Mythic Magazine #7; “Not According To Design”.
Blaster Books; “The Girl On Platform Two” to Jouth Anthology, Volume 1.

2 new sales I hadn’t announced yet because I forget to do an entry for November!

The Weird & Whatnot; “The Razors Edge”.
Nomadic Delerium Press; “Super Fake” for their Future Syndicate II anthology.

ACCEPTANCES THAT AREN’T SALES:- I’ve also had an acceptance from Insignia for Volume7 of their up-coming flash anthology. This wasn’t a sale, there’s no money involved.

SUBMISSIONS:- I submitted 240 stories this year.

REJECTIONS:- I had 220 rejections this year.

ANY OTHER BUSINESS:-  
Sold “The Razors Edge” to The Weird & Whatnot late November.
Sold “Super Fake” to Nomadic Delerium Press for their Future Syndicate II anthology early December. These will come out some time in 2109 (I assume?).

Hopefully Tuck & Roll will come out this year. Insignia Vol 7 is also currently under construction, that’ll feature “How Have The Mighty Fallen?”

There is one other thing happening, I just can’t give any details on it right now. As soon as I’ve been given permission, I promise I’ll tell you everything I can about that.

I got 6 new ISFDB credits this year:-
Not According to Design (2018)
An Improper State of Mind (2018)
The Doomsday Machine Retires (2018)
Muse (2018)
Uncle Ping’s Evening Farewell (2018)
The Girl on Platform Two (2018)

My total of new stories written this year so far is now 102.

My 2018 writing stats:-
Stories completed=102
Longest story=7022 words
Shortest story=104 words
Camp Nano April ’18=17 stories; 39,799
Camp Nano July ’18=28 stories; 63,689 words
NanoWriMo ’18= 24 stories; 53,510 words

Total words written=224,956.

Summing Up:- I made some money, had some stories published, won Nanowrimo.

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