Great News

…and we interrupt our regular programming to bring you a news flash. BSFA (British Science Fiction Association) preliminary 2008 award nominations for non-fiction includes: “How to Burn a Chicken – Using Astronomy for Worldbuilding” by Sheila Crosby (in Escape Velocity, vol 1 issue 2) I haven’t been able to confirm this yet, but the unconfirmed report made my day.

January 13, 2009
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Another Sale!

Escape Velocity have bought “The Dodo Dragon” for Issue three. This story’s been published before, (once in Greek!) but it still makes me feel good all over. And the novel’s up to 80,771 words, which also makes me feel good. But I don’t think I’m going to finish the first draft by the end of the month after all. Which is a puity, because I’m starting a writing course in…

February 27, 2008
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60,000 reasons to celebrate

October 15, 2007

Yay! I wrote 50,000 words of a novel in November 2004, and one way and another, it got stuck there. By March 2005 it was still only 54,500, and I stopped again. Well since late September I’ve been trying to write every day, and I’ve usually manged 200 words or so. At the weekend I finally reached 60,000 words. There’s still a long way to go, but at least it’s…

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