I don’t have a FAX machine at my house, okay? I think — note that I say, “I think,” I have FAX capability in my computer/printer, or can download a program for that. But you know what? It makes me sweat bullets just thinking about sorting that out.
So, when I had a contract to sign for SIDESHOW IN THE CENTER RING, I went looking for an electronic signature service. And I found it. Adobe’s EchoSign has a service that ranges from Free (all I need) to Not Free (more than I need). I feel like one of the Cool Kids!
Speaking of SIDESHOW IN THE CENTER RING, it’s part of my SAGE Kickstarter campaign. If we raise $360 more that we have now, SIDESHOW gets released! Otherwise, I guess it languishes until SAGE sells enough to justify another publication of mine. So spread the word about the campaign, okay? Thanks!
I just lucked onto a blogger/writer who’s new to me: Buzz Malone. He makes me snort coffee out my nose, and I like that in a blogger. He’s written a book which is NOT a comedy, and Imma buy it as soon as the month turns and I have grocery money to embezzle again. He has a Community on Google Plus called Literary Agents Hate Kittens. If you’re on GoogaPlus, look up that Community.
I’ve also been introduced to a blog called Dead Tree Edition, particularly to a post called My Heartfelt Apology to the Publishing Industry. As one who lives in a Flyover State, I love it.
While we’re smacking Big Pub around, let’s see how Lawrence Block gets into the act in his Great Moments in Contemporary Publishing.
Okay, break it up. A bazillion to six is unfair. ~snicker~
A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: A character sees a bunch of little guys beating the crap out of a big guy.