I imagine they wouldn’t taste too great, but I’m not a fan of sweets…especially caramel.
I have been lacking in my projects and I apologize, everyone.
Murmer has sold over 100 copies now–thanks, everyone! I didn’t expect that anyone would take an interest in the project, yet alone read it. Since it’s been a bit of a success, I may just dig up Sytri’s story out of my “abandoned projects” folder and see what I can do with it.
I’ve heard from a few of you–thank you for the emails!
I really hope that you’ve realized I’m much better at writing fiction than blogs.
So, here’s my first short story published on the Kindle store exclusively, The Gluttony of Murmer.
It’s a story about a demon, named Murmer, who sits on his ass in Hell and eats whatever souls come his way, until he meets a human boy that sparks an interest in him. Why is a little child in the pits of Hell? What heinous act could such an innocent face commit?
I will be promoting the book (meaning you can get it for free) on the 12th of January, tomorrow, and at dates to be later announced.
SOPA is one of those things that makes me want to just flip my laptop and not even care.
“Muwhahaha! I’m a fat
man sitting up in congress making more money than I should! Excuse me while I laugh at the common people and stuff my face with kosher steak!” –that’s what I always imagine a congressman saying, complete with a giant cigar in his mouth and an electric heated leather chair.
I’m a writer, yes, my characters and stories are my creations and I love them the way a mother loves her favorite child, or the way a child loves the set of grandparents that don’t buy them socks for Christmas.
I’m not going to go after someone redistributing my work, as long as they’re not claiming they created any of it themselves.
Then again, I’m not a multimillion dollar industry who isn’t suffering from financial hardship.
Before I go off on a rant, I’ll just leave this picture to describe how I feel–shocked, betrayed, and frustrated.