Ok, maybe I’m not that scary. However, it has been a while since I posted. Ok, over a year. I would blather on about why I haven’t been here, but that would be a waste of words, and I’d feel like I should be having breakfast at Shoney’s. I’ll make no promises to be better about keeping up with the blog. I will say I’d like to and I might try. But I’m just stopping in for a few wee glad tidings.
I had two stories published last month. Don’t get too excited, one was a reprint and one was from my personal slush pile. The reprint was for Killing It Softly 2. They used my story Skin and Bones that had been published a few years ago in Code Z. The new story, Cry Me A River, was published in Pick Your Poison. Thomas Howard had a few kind words to say in his Amazon review. ““Cry Me a River” by Rebecca Snow – A wealthy old man keeps his dead wife’s soul trapped in the tears of patients reliving their saddest moments. Extremely well written, and I had no idea how this was going to end. It’s hard to be unpredictable when writing a short, provocative piece. Great last line.” It’s always a squee moment to find a good review of something I’ve written.
And since I’ve been staring at this page plucking at my bottom lip for a few minutes, I guess I’m done here for now.