I’m happy to post that my story Perils in the Post has found a wonderful home in The Ilanot Review in their Letters-themed issue. The Ilanot Review is an excellent literary journal from Israel! Do hop over and take a look. In other exciting news, 18th July this year marked the 200th anniversary of Jane … More The Legacy of Jane Austen, and a New Story Publication!
Life is busy in the household these days, with a little one to run around after and a day job to keep up with. The writing is slow but steady. I’ve worked on a few new pieces, but mostly I’ve been revising old ones or giving finishing touches to them. I have added a page … More Resources for Writers
I am thrilled to be a part of the new essay collection that encourages moms to support Each Other: So Glad They Told Me: Women Get Real About Motherhood This new anthology shares real stories about motherhood, from infancy through the empty nest stage. So Glad They Told Me: Women Get Real About Motherhood (ISBN: … More So Glad They Told Me!
Fellow bloggers and blog-readers, I’m delighted to share the arrival of my bonny baby boy on 2nd June! The little one and I are doing well, though I am a little sleep-deprived as expected. The blog will be on hiatus for a while now, as will my writing. Ideas and plots are stewing in … More It’s a Boy!
Kelly Ann Jacobson’s anthology of epistolary science fiction called the Dear Robot Anthology is out! She is organizing a blog tour, and today my post is a part of that. The collection contains my story The Wrath of Sephilemea, which is written in the form of psychiatric case notes by a resident shrink-in-training who is … More Dear Robot
My story Belles and Whistles placed as a finalist in the Open Road Review Short Story Prize 2015! Do check it out and leave a comment! Another story of mine which was accepted earlier this year in July has finally been published. Check out The Secrets of Men in Papercuts by Desi Writer’s Lounge. This … More A Contest Win and a Short Story
Fellow writers, if you’ve completed a YA novel, consider entering Writer’s Digest’s Dear Lucky Agent Contest! The contest is free, open for all, and requires only the logline and first 150-250 words of the completed book. Take a look at the detailed submission guidelines and go for it! I am considering entering the … More Dear Lucky Agent Contest