2010 Wrap-up

This is my year end summary of my writing endeavors for 2010.

Overview
Not surprisingly (given my ability to write full-time) this was my most productive writing year. I wrote in excess of 400 000 words, including my novel Latelander and a second novel. My word count goal for the year had been 240 000 words so I greatly exceeded that. I also wrote eight stories or so, exceeding my goal of six.
The only goal I didn’t achieve was making my second pro sale (my first pro sale was to the Writers of the Future contest).

New Stories Published in 2010

Reprints

Forthcoming Stories

  • “The Daughter’s Oath” Through Blood and Iron, Ricasso Press, TBD
  • “Touch the Dead” On Spec Magazine, TBD
  • “Stealing Death” — Necrotic Tissue #13, 2011

Other Highlights:
– Attended the Writers of the Future ceremony over the summer
– Joined Empire Avenue as a consultant

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