Friday, 18 September 2009

Bright Shiny Things

Being stuck in Novelville and thinking I'll never write another short story again - you know the drill - I visited Aaron Polson's blog yesterday and at the sight of the most wonderful cover of the 'Dead Bait' anthology I had pangs of I-want-to-be-in-an-anthology. Okay, so Dead Souls is launching at FantasyCon this weekend, but I was beyond reason.

Anyhow, this morning I received an email from the aforementioned Mr. Polson, who when he's not warping inspiring children, and writing creepsome stories is also an editor, who informed me (and many others) that the Fifty-Two Stitches anthology is now available to buy. And there I was all woe-is-me only a day before. Check out the Amazon listing and see my bright, shiny name.

11 comments:

Doug Murano said...

Very cool--looking forward to picking up my copy.

Jamie Eyberg said...

I like shiny things too. Can't wait to get a bright (or would it be dark) shiny copy in my hands.

Cate Gardner said...

I should have gone for dark... Aaron will hate me.

Rabid Fox said...

Very cool news. Onto the wish list it goes. :)

Aaron Polson said...

Yep...funny how these things work out. (Your listed as Cate Gardner inside the book, by the way. Couldn't change the contributors list...)

Cate Gardner said...

Why thank you Mr. Polson? And I am so blinded by seeing my name on Amazon, you could have called me Phyllis - only of course I wouldn't have known it was me... I'm in a rambling mood.

onipar... said...

Nice. I'm headed over now to scope out the shining beacon.

Natalie L. Sin said...

Now that's a handsome book : )

Carrie Harris said...

Yay, bright and shiny!

Cate Gardner said...

I must buy many copies on pay day...

katey said...

Definitely snagging this sucker the next time I have some cash laying around in the book fund. It's on top of the list!

I just left Novelville. Wondering if I can remember how to write a short. I'm shaking, man!