January Releases & Acceptances

January Releases & Acceptances

With the first month of 2020 coming to a close, I’m happy to have gotten a few publications released this month as well as some really exciting acceptances!

January Publications

First up, 100 Word Horrors 4 by KJK Publishing was released on Amazon January 5th, featuring my drabble “The Old Man”.

Stormy Island Publishing‘s Fear and Fables anthology, featuring my dark flash fiction piece “Monster of the Lake” was released on January 6th on Amazon.

On January 18th, Iron Faerie Publishing released their Best of 2019 anthology in which my dark fantasy flash fiction piece “Catching Fire” was chosen to appear! This story was originally published on the publisher’s website, and then again in their Hawthorn & Ash anthology. Available on Amazon.

My dark drabble “Valentine’s Surprise” was published on January 27th in this creepy Dark Valentine Holiday Flash Fiction Anthology by EMerry Publishing. Available on Amazon.

January Acceptances

My first acceptance of 2020 came for another Iron Faerie Publishing anthology—Mythica—which will feature my short story “Wild and Free”.

My second acceptance of the year came in the form of yet another Best Of anthology, this one by Fantasia Divinity Magazine. My story “Good Girl”, originally published in the Isolation anthology, will feature.

Another drabble acceptance this month came from 100 Word BIGGER Zombie Bites, the second book of zombie drabbles from Reanimated Writers. I was happy to get two drabbles published in their first book, 100 Word Zombie Bites: An Undead Drabble Anthology, back in October. Now, my drabbles “Going to Hell” and “The Fix” will appear in the second volume! Cover reveal soon!

And finally, an acceptance I was super excited to get (because I’d gotten a rejection on a story I’d written for another anthology from this publisher.) My dark 1920’s inspired story “Just One Bottle” was accepted for publication in Black Hare Press‘ Twenty Twenty anthology! The proceeds from this book will be donated to charities for the Australian bushfires, which makes me even more proud to be a part of it.

It’s been a really productive start to the new year, and I can’t wait to see what the rest of 2020 brings!

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