The last few months have been incredibly busy and I have failed to complete several memes that I’ve been tagged in. I thought this would be an appropriate time to say THANKS to those people who mentioned me, and to all of you who bother to take the time out of your day to stop by and read what I have to say.
First I would like to give a shout out to Maryellen Brady, who tagged me in a meme a while back, and has been a loyal reader of a few of the Friday Fiction series. Maryellen is a fantasy writer who posts regularly on her blog Maryellen Braydy- Awaken the Magic. She’s also on twitter @me_brady .
Next I’d like to say thanks for the mention and tag in your reader appreciation post to Rachel Horwitz who blogs at You Are What You Write. Rachel wrote a short science fiction story on my blog a while back and is active on twitter @rachelhwrites.
Fran Terminiello tagged me recently in The Next Big Thing meme, which I had already done, but wanted to add a link to her post about her work in progress. Check out her post on Scribbling in My Car, and add her to your bookmarks, follow her on twitter @FranTerminiello. She had her first short story published recently and is handy with a sword (yes, a real sword).
I also want to give a big hug to several faithful readers, whose support I deeply appreciate and will always remember.
Scott Hutchinson- musician, songwriter, and poet who is working on his first book of Haikus
D.D. Falvo- a talented fantasy writer and loyal friend who is one of the kindest people I’ve met in the virtual world.
Sarah L. Fox- amazing writer and recent beta reader who has helped me polish (once again) my manuscript. I can’t thank you enough!
Donna- for always taking the time to read and comment
Simone Caroti- (recent addition, thanks for your support!) author, professor, and director of the Public and Educational Outreach of the Astrosociology Institute (ARI) . I had the good fortune to meet and speak with Simone at Balticon last spring and I am slowly working my way through his published work- The Generation Starship in Science Fiction: A Critical History, 1934-2001
I appreciate all of you!