When you were younger, when you were in fifth or sixth grade the computer you wrote on had no mouse, their was no way to scroll back if a typo was found. So you would just hit the delete key until you got to the typo, then you rewrote everything you deleted. And you think you know, that it was always better the second time around. Now you could cross the bridge with style instead of merely running to see what was on the other side. Now when you're lazy you don't even bother scrolling to the typo you just delete the whole sentence and rewrite it all.
Love that you have something in common with yourself 15 years ago.
Then there just isn't enough time. You're reading something that isn't romantic enough, when you should be updating your website because you've had stories published. Because parts of you are forthcoming.
This new tea doesn't actually make you blush, you just left the heater on too long and crave liquids when it gets this dry.
"How Josh Met Emily" was published by the kind people of Full of Crow Fiction it can be read here.
"Flight and Weightless" will be published in the April 2014 issue of Pantheon Magazine.
The all too awesome Carrion House illustrated my Marie playing her piano on her lake here… http://society6.com/CarrionHouse/Flight-and-Weightless_Print?show=promoters#1=45
Mountain Tales Press will be publishing "Hands Pressing Play" in their spring issue of Whispering magazine. It will be in volume 3 issue 2. I'm told it's the 2014 Summer issue!
Titles for book number 2?
Your Smallest Bones