My flash fiction got published!

Hello everyone! I got exciting news! My flash fiction piece—My Recommendation—got accepted by Weasel Press, and the journal is now available to purchase. Here's a link. This was my first piece accepted through Submittable back in the fall of 2020. It has a shapeshifter and a fairy in a modern coffee shop. If y'all read … Continue reading My flash fiction got published!

Results after 25+ submissions on Submittable in one year

For 2021, I wanted to get more of my writing published, building up that writing platform. So, I made a goal to submit something on Submittable two times every month. I actually ended up starting this in February cause the idea came to me a bit late. But I still submitted twenty-six pieces in total … Continue reading Results after 25+ submissions on Submittable in one year

My flash fiction is published!

Hello everyone! I have exciting news! My piece, Counterfeit, got accepted by Coffin Bell for their Volume 4, Issue No. 4. The theme for the issue is technophobia. I used a futuristic setting and made a cool connection between the words paura (fear) and fuga (escape). Here's a link. Submittable didn't even tell me this … Continue reading My flash fiction is published!

How to write an author bio for submissions

Author bios can seem difficult. It's impossible to narrow a person down to a few sentences. But writers also do the impossible all the time. My experience with this is limited to Submittable. Most places ask for a bio between three to five sentences long. Bios are simple and can have a bit of creativity … Continue reading How to write an author bio for submissions

Counting rejections

I could play video games or read a book, but I always end up checking my email to find another rejection. I can't remember how many rejections I've gotten now. All from small magazines and such. I'll send in some poetry or short stories, but I get the same reply back. My whole Submittable page … Continue reading Counting rejections