Monthly Archives: May 2012

A writer’s inbox

Here’s what a writer’s inbox looks like: Here’s what a successful writer’s inbox looks like: It’s just something that we as writers accept. CR Hodges

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So that’s what an acceptance email looks like

After a long dry spell,  with rejection emails as numerous as grains of sand in the desert, an acceptance email showed up today in my oasis, er, inbox.  “The Fletchers Nyqvist,” a sci fi short set in the same fractured … Continue reading

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Mythica Book Review: Last Light of the Sun, by Guy Gavriel Kay

By happenstance I came upon Guy Gavriel Kay’s mythica novel, The Last Light of the Sun, at my favorite used book outlet (shameless plug: HospiceCare & Share, a non-profit thrift store operated by HospiceCare of Boulder and Broomfield Counties).  To … Continue reading

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