Short story published via Tell-Tale Press
I am pleased to say that my short story William and William is now available to read online via Tell-Tale Press! Fantasy meets history in this tale of resurrection men in the early nineteenth century. I’d love it if you guys could check it out and let me know what you think! This was my submission that was accepted through my use of The Submission Grinder, which you may remember that I mentioned in my last blog post.
It’s officially December now! That means the end of this year’s NaNoWriMo, which regrettably I did not complete. I’m still happy with the progress I’ve made though and even happier that my first draft of Wolfrik is nearly finished. When I first planned Vulpini and Wolfrik, it was originally one book but due to the length, I had to split it into two volumes. Now that I’m nearing the end of Wolfrik, I might revisit the two and change where the first book ends and the second begins so it’s a more natural conclusion/beginning. There are also some other revisions I want to make to Vulpini overall too, so I’m hoping to get started on those in the new year.
Despite trying a reverse Google image search, I could not find the original source of this rather awesome image of resurrection men that I have used in this post. If you know the source, please let me know!