I Put the B.O. in Blogging

As in, I stink at it.  I really should get over here at least every week or so, but I’m averaging every month, I think.  That could be overly generous.

In my defense, I have 2 other blogs, but still, I need to step it up a bit.

New news?  First of all, FEAR is out now from Crooked Cat.  All of the proceeds from this two volume anthology go to charity (Doctors Without Borders and Barnardos).  My story, “It Sticks With You” about a scourge of killer wasps, is in Volume Two.

And, the drabble book, “Little Stories for the Smallest Room,” has finally made its way to the Amazon store.  It includes my 100 word story (or drabble), called “Lactic Acid.”

Wow.  That is one big, nasty crapper!

Both books are available in electronic and paperback formats.

So, that’s the latest.  I’ll do my best to post more often, or my name isn’t The Fonze.  I also need to sit down and write some horror, as I’ve been remiss lately.

Have a happy All Hallows Eve, if you don’t hear from me before then!

Kim The Fonze

 

I Dabble in Drabble

What is a drabble, you say?  Why it’s a story of exactly 100 words.

What?  That’s madness!  How can anyone write a story in only 100 words?

You’ll have to check them out to see…

http://cruentuslibri.wordpress.com/

http://www.knightwatchpress.info/drabble2012.html

I’m pleased to say I provided one of the 100 drabbles in the book “100 Horrors” by Cruentus Libri Press.  The wee little story is called “Death Laughs.”  The publisher is still working on the cover art, but I will post it as soon as I am able.  Can’t wait to see what they come up with!

Additionally, the folks a Knightwatch Press had planned on doing a 2012 drabble calendar.  Well, life went too fast for them, and the calendar got flushed.  All excepted drabbles (mine is entitled “Lactic Acid”) were shuffled into the keeper pile for the book they will now become.  Sweet deal, I must say.  And the esteemed Eric S Brown, he of the Big Foot novels, is penning the intro.  Double bonus!

For any of you horror buffs out there, I believe that submissions are still open for Knightwatch’s “Little Stories for the Smallest Room.”  It is a “for the love” market, but who doesn’t love to see their name in print, and at 100 words, what do you have to lose?