Monday, June 30, 2008

Holy Guacamole, it's Damned Near July!

What happened to June? I guess I wasn't paying attention.

Here's me, and some of the distractions of the month.

I'm sure you can see why the month just flew by. I didn't even post pics of all the ding-dangled kids I've had running around the yard.

Love our flowers. Love 'em.

So, it being just about July, Every Day Fiction's Table of Contents has been posted.

My story, To Save the Disco, comes out on the sixth. I really had a great time writing it--it's all dialogue and totally crazy. I hope everyone has as much fun reading it as I did writing it. It comes out on a Sunday, so I know a lot of you will be away from your computers, but please do read it on Monday. As always, comments are greatly appreciated. You're all helping me write better!

Here's July's ToC at Every Day Fiction--new writers and the returns of many established EDF greats:

July’s Table of Contents

July 1 Sarah Black Wood from the River
July 2 Alex Watson Beloaralsk
July 3 Alex Moisi Garden Furniture and the Apocalypse
July 4 DJ Barber The First Fourth
July 5 K.C. Ball The Mixture
July 6 Kevin Shamel To Save the Disco
July 7 Milan Smith A Bad Day Got Better
July 8 Sarah Hilary
Post-Apoc Play (in beta)
July 9 Brian Dolton If We Were Briar Roses
July 10 Kim McDougall Touched
July 11 B. Teuscher Rain
July 12 Kathleen Mack One Toke Over
July 13 A.C. Wise The Chupacabra in Love
July 14 David Macpherson
Forbidden Planet
July 15 Peter Tupper Sparkers
July 16 Oonah V Joslin Division
July 17 Edward Caputo Gruff
July 18 Venkatesh Vedam Hello
July 19 Allison Sherman Garden of Promises
July 20 Bill Ward
Gandolo of the Watchful Eye
July 21 Nicholas Ozment The Only Difference Between Men and Boys…
July 22 Carlos Navarro The Killer Fog
July 23 Nick Logan The Next Move
July 24 Bill West Eternity
July 25 Scott M. Sandridge
Sleep Paralysis
July 26 Joanna M. Weston The Train
July 27 Frank Roger Hellish Paradise
July 28 Jonathan Pinnock Cock Up
July 29 Megan Arkenberg The Soucouyant
July 30 Madeline Mora-Summonte A Quarter For Your Thoughts
July 31 Amy Sisson
The Lion Tamer’s Sock

Thanks for reading! Maybe I'll actually check-in during July...


Anonymous M.Sherlock said...

I thought you had a beard...where did the beard go!!!

Nice flowers btw

1:32 PM  
Blogger Shameless said...

It's a sneaky red bastard! It comes and goes. I never know where it is.

I've been loving our flowers lately. And our camera for taking such cool pics of them.

I can't wait for the porch-spiders to get big!

12:26 AM  

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