Happy New Year! Happy new blog!

If you’re reading this on my site, you can see that I’ve redecorated! My site hasn’t changed in the five years I’ve had it, so it’s past time for a new look. I hope you like it! Please let me know if you can’t find anything, or if something isn’t working as you expect it to.
fireworks in Estes Park

Meanwhile, here’s a quick summary of my writing-related items for this year.

Stories published:
11 drabbles at SpeckLit (The 11th wasn’t categorized correctly: Second Horseman)
“Blood and Gold” in The Mammoth Book of Dieselpunk (Amazon U.S., Amazon U.K., B&N, IndieBound)
“Adapt or Die” in Aphrodite Terra

Articles published:
Novelette round-up in the Nebula issue of the SFWA Bulletin

Participation in Mind Melds:
Movie better than the book
Favorite genre TV

Novels self-published:
The Corn Maze Murders (third in the River Corners Mysteries)
Bodyguard of Lies (first in an SF trilogy)

Only one new short story completed this year; submitted to the WERE- anthology. Couple others in progress.

Also in progress is the second book of the SF trilogy.

Applied for a grant from the Sustainable Arts Foundation, but was turned down.

Think that’s it for my highlights this year. How was your 2015?

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15 Comments

  1. Looking good, lady!

  2. Happy New Year!

    I love what you’ve done with the place! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Happy New Year! I do love the new digs, as I may have already mentioned. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Ashe Elton Parker

    I love the new site! Congrats on all you got done in 2015, and may 2016 be even better!

  5. The site looks great, Erin!

    Congrats on getting your stuff out there into the world! Also, I saw the Mammoth Book of Dieselpunk at my local Barnes & Noble and snatched it up. It’s great that your story is on the shelf in a real live bookstore!

  6. Late, but it’ll be 2016 for a while ;). Happy New Year.

    Sweet progress for the year. Link the anthologies as well :).

    Neat background change, but one small suggestion on the background…make sure all the edges are fade to black because on larger screens, it tiles and there’s a very sharp cut line right now.

    • Good point on the anthologies; I’ll tweak that later.

      I didn’t see a fade to black option for this theme’s background, just choices for how it tiles. I shall have to look to see if I missed something.

    • I set the background image to fixed, rather than scroll. Does that help?

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