Sunday, July 27, 2008

A Little Landmark

Back in ancient times, before I even wrote story #1 (Lives and Times, for you curiosos) I took a creative writing class at the local college, Indian River Community College. The guy who taught the course, I think his name was Lowell Stone, once said that you should have at least six stories in circulation at all times. Six! Holy Crap! That's a lot of stories. I couldn't imagine the amount of work I'd have to do to have six stories in circulation at the same time. Well, I eventually reached six and then a few more.

Today, with A Hard Rain, I realized I now have twenty stories in circulation at the same time. I feel good about that. I like to think it's a testament to my hard work. Of course, you could view it as a testament to my stories piling up because they hardly ever sell, but I'm going to stick with the hard work thing.

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