On third thought, maybe we need to rethink this whole thinking thing, he is, after all, a reviewer.
Okay, so maybe no one cares what's being worked on at this point in time or what I might think about any particular subject, or even where I might like to end up, fictionally speaking of course. On the other hand, there may be editors, directors, producers and/or agents out there, cruising and just waiting for a talent of my obvious breadth.
Let's play it safe and assume the worse. Let's assume that fame and fortune is merely a heartbeat away and that all this hard work, sweat, doubt and effort is like a giant gold nugget just waiting to be discovered.
What's this all about? Click here(63k) and much will be illuminated.
Finished projects just waiting for a market
Not that all these manuscripts are all just sitting here gathering dust (well, okay, maybe one or two are while I regear my marketing energies,) but if you don't blow your own horn, who will? I mean, especially once your mouth has been all over it and you've spit into the hole?
No? Then why are you here? Perhaps you know an editor? Perhaps your mother would like it if you bought her a wonderful fantasy story for her birthday?
- Are you an editor looking for a short story?
- Are you an anthologist looking for a novella or a collection?
- Are you a publisher looking for an exciting and dangerous columnist? (That's columnist as in writer, not communist as in Lenin, dammit)
- Are you a director looking for the next big screen thing?
- Are you a book publisher looking for that millenial best seller?
- Machine Dreams--What happens when an artificially intelligent device is murdered? (I know, it's been done before, but it's never been done quite this good.)
- Machine Dreams--What happens when an artific...hey, deja vu all over again. (Actually, I had the time and decided the novel would actually make a great movie which, when made, I could then sell the novel based on the screenplay based on the novel.)
- On A Pale Horse--Based on the Piers Anthony best seller (yes, I have rights although only until either I or someone else options it.)
- Brothers--what happens when a faithless young man seeks refuge with a bunch of monks who themselves are down on their luck? This romantic comedy involving youth, orchids and benedictine monks is sure to be a hit as soon as it finds a director, producer, cast and about $10 million.
- Cruel & Usual--Science Fiction story dealing with crime and punishment in the future.
- Empty Closets--Mainstream fiction story about loss, grief, remembrance and letting go.
- It Takes One--Horror story about a family of werewolves and how one hunter finds a way to succeed.
- Savannah Dreams--Science Fiction story about separation and an unbreakable bond between lovers.
- Tandeleho--Fantasy story about a young boy who finds the magic needed to save everyone even if they didn't know it.
- Passage Into Cold Dark Night--Science Fiction story in a classic vein about love, loss, sacrifice and a methane planet.
Hey, this isn't funny! It's not even mildly amusing. Take me to the Top!
No, wait, it's worse than that. I need to go back to the First Page.
Links to other sites on the Web
SFF NET--Quite possibly the greatest place to find science fiction and fantasy writers, editors, magazines and info.
Writer's Guild of America (West)--If you write screenplays you need to know about this site. Interesting for the non writer as well.
Fandom Directory--a listing of fans, magazines, dealers and many other types of things associated with fandom. I'm in there so it must be wonderful.
Inklings--great writing site with lots of useful info and a good place to subscribe to Inklings electronic newsletter.
Fantasy Reader's Corner--For fantasy readers everywhere.
Alexandria Digital Library--Ever love a book but it's the only thing that author has ever done and you want to find more like it? Try this site out and they'll tell you that very thing. It's so good it's spooky.
Okay, I'm impressed with all the information and I'm ready to explode. Better take me home.
Wait, I'm no wimp. I want more. I want to continue. I want to get to fourth page.
Have you emailed me yet to let me know what you think? Well, have you?
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