It doesn’t feel like I’ve been doing much these past few months, but written out like this, it seems like I’ve been busy.
In which I recap my magical, dizzying weekend at SizeCon, the haven for size-fetish artists and writers.
Friday morning I will be on a passenger jet hustling me to SizeCon. I’ll check into my hotel, try to find a convenient pizza place and a brewpub, and I guess I’d better bring some melatonin.
Before Senator Jeff Sessions becomes Attorney General and censors freedom of expression, read my stories for free on Smashwords.
“Heroic Programming” is now on sale at Smashwords. Rather a cruel story, about a tormented woman who learns to reduce her coworkers and pay back all their wrongs…
Big things are afoot around… no, that’s an awful pun. Smashwords is having their 8th Annual Summer/Winter Sale (summer in the northern hemisphere; winter in the southern), and they’re asking their authors to participate in the promotional event. Get people reading on the beach, or what used to be a beach but is not an … Continue reading Summer Reading: “Holiday Bonus”
I self-publish my work through Smashwords, and they farm my short stories out to other retailers like Barnes & Noble, iTunes, Scribd, and others. That is known. What’s unknown is who else is an authorized dealer. Today I was trying to figure out how to get into my Google Books account, since they’ve revised the … Continue reading Am I Being Pirated?
“I don’t know if I’d be accepted just on my own merit. I don’t know if I’m a strong writer, if I’m a compelling writer, if I even have anything to say that anyone wants to hear.”
I’m going to give WordPress a spin. I know it’s very popular, its adult-content policy seems wide open and stable, and I understand it’s pretty flexible in design even for free accounts. Why not explore what it can do for me? It’s my hope this place becomes a practical hub for everything I’m doing and … Continue reading New Home
Google has recanted its pro-censorship policy, after hearing the protest from its legacy users. That’s good, but I’d still like to find an online home where I don’t have to worry about such things. In other news, I’ve successfully sold a couple stories over Google Play Books. Please check me out there if you’re so … Continue reading Newer Opportunities