Jennifer (gaaneden) wrote,


There is something incredibly gratifying about being able to sell more fiction (unwritten), based on the strength of one piece of fiction (and its rewrites) that made it through the slush pile. One story for Shadowrun's Seattle 2072 sourcebook have become four stories with very tight turnarounds. Two down and two to go with one editor complimenting me with: "You are an angel with physical manifestations of awesomesauceness."

Yeah. Gratifying.

So, that's where I've been and what I've been doing for the past couple of days.

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