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It's my birthday, so I'll boast if I want to.

Stand back. April is starting off with a bang. On March 31 (which, come on, is almost April) my sad citrus saga "The Orangery" appeared at

At the moment the story is rated quite high on the site. You can help, though, by popping by and rating it. It is my birthday. ::coughs, makes pouty face, sneezes::

A few days before my birthday I officially became an editor (although I've been editing everything I say for years, so nothing has really changed). Check out
You'll be metaglad you did. It's a great place for writers. My story "A Literary Separation" appears in the post about the three new editors along with two stories written by the other new, witty, talented, intimidating editors, Julie Innis and Finnegan Flawnt.

Just moments ago, smack-dab on my birthday BootsnAll Travel sent me an email informing me that they've published one of my stories. Try to top this present. Just try. I've been trying to wiggle my way into travel writing for a while. It's a start, and here it is:

Rate and share it if you love me!

There. I'm done. I have a birthday to celebrate.

I must be off,


  1. Awesomeness! I hope your rocket keeps rising! :) (you know what I mean)

  2. I certainly do, Jen. I certainly do. :)

  3. Oh, I never noticed that in the side bar: "Authors' Minds I'd like to Sleep with." That sounds just like something I would say.


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