The cat bumped my arm while I was shaving this morning. That's how my day started off, with blood and curses and utterly unconcerned chat provocateurs. Not entirely auspicious, I admit, but I'm working through it.
I mentioned on Friday that I sold two more stories at the tail-end of last week, one to the Gumshoe Mystery Review and the other to Pro Se Presents, which is all I'm going to say about that, at the moment. I'm quite pleased with both of these, so I'm quite chipper on this Monday morning, which is good because, y'know, edits.
Speaking of recently sold shorts, the TOC of the October issue of the Lovecraft eZine (which includes my story, "The Gotterdammerung Gavotte"), is progressing nicely, and, apparently, Trent Zelazny, Roger Zelazny's son, will be doing the introduction! How's that for neat? And, while we're on the subject of the Lovecraft eZine, have you checked out the most recent issue? Plenty of good stories (and free to boot) in there.
And finally, over at http://royaloccultist.blogspot.co.uk/ today, there's a pretty neat episode of the television show Monsters, featuring everyone's favourite enemy of evil, John Thunstone. And after you check that out, why not take a look at the excerpt from "The Artist as Wolf", or, even better, a whole story, for free?