July 29, 2019
I have been working almost every day since my last update on my sci-do novel. I am really delving deep into developing the characters of the two primary antagonists. The hardest part is deciding what to leave out. I am also racking my brain as to how to contrast the characters of the antagonist versus the protagonist and the alien civilization against ours .
This is probably my last day in Aztec, NM. I am moving to take a job in Gillett, Arkansas. The movers have come and gone, I have waned out the place, and the car is being tuned up as I write this. Unless something unexpected happens with the car, I am departing tomorrow morning. I will miss New Mexico. It’s one awesome state. 😞
Have you submitted a poem to the Sue C. Boynton Poetry Contest only to be disappointed by rejection? Well, if so, here’s your chance to show your stuff. The contest committee is teaming up with poetrynight to present Boynton Bouncers. Boynton Bouncers will be held at the Bellingham Alternative Library on Monday, August 12, 2019, […]
via call for bouncers — The Poetry Department . . . aka The Boynton Blog
I am seeking people to review my works and who post their reviews to markets in the US, Australia, New Zealand, or Canada. I offer my Kindle e-books for free periodically according to Amazon policy. You can find my works on my Amazon author’s page. Let me know which you would like to review and I will let you know when it available for free or set up a date that you can have it for fee. I am most interested in having reviewed either my short horror (A Tale of Hell and Other Works of Horror), my collected poetry (Nocturne: Poems of Love, Distance, and the Night, a callous and disinterested lover), my short fiction on relationships (The Scent and Other Stories), or my action-adventure novelette (Click). The other two works are contained in A Tale of Hell and Other Works of Horror.