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A woot, a woohoo and a Puddle reminder


First, the 'Woot!'
My 100-word drabble, CURSED, is up at FLASHSHOT.com.  I pitched it last month, which is why the bio says Fur-Face will be out in 2011(as opposed to next Tuesday, when it actually comes out). 

ETA: Don't worry about trying to add a comment, it doesn't work right.

So what's the 'Woohoo!' thing?
Well, I'm delighted to report that, starting on June 29th, I take up my post as a member of the Apex Book Company's blog team, which should be lots of fun, especially since one of my favorite online people, Terri-Lyn (aka bogwitch64), has also joined their roster.

Last, but definitely not least, I'd like to remind you all that the polling booths are still open if you'd like to vote for your favorite entry to select the winner of this year's Meager Puddle of Limelight Award for Best Flash Fiction Title

Today is a good day 





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clarionj
May. 27th, 2010 04:34 pm (UTC)
Oh, god, that's my worst fear, well probably everyone's, but I would never agree to anything but cremation due to this fear. Great use of the last line! Horrifying. (Of course, with those last words I'm even wondering if cremation would solve the problem ... or if it would be eternal flame!)

Congratulations on joining the Apex blog team! I've been reading a lot over there lately. It'll be good to see your name there too.

jongibbs
May. 27th, 2010 04:37 pm (UTC)
'eternal flame' Good one :)

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