for Work .
Looking for work. This is the second time since
I started Tickled by Thunder that I’ve been
re-structured out of employment. But the magazine
continues to limp along wherever life leads me… Sure
is nice to have a hobby to fall back on!
been catching up on my reading of submissions,
and I can’t believe the number of incredible
stories I’ve been receiving. It’s getting
harder and harder to find good reasons not to publish
them. And I can’t possibly publish every
good story I receive.
same goes for poetry.
articles, on the other hand, have not been as plentiful.
Oh, I still receive
writing, but not near as much as for fiction
and poetry. Yes,
non-fiction is still the easiest way to break
book reviews, I rarely receive these, but am happy
to review books/magazines when
new web site is up and should see more of my attention
shortly. I hope you’ll
drop by and let me know your thoughts and what
to see -- at tickledbythunder.com.
have a discussion area on the site where you
can form your own community,
if you wish.
want to share markets you’ve discovered,
or information about markets. Or just
talk back and
forth with me, about whatever writing
concerns you might have. I do check the
area at least
of hearing from you, how about some more letters
to the editor?
successes. And, on the other hand,
it never hurts to let me know when I’ve
fallen short of your expectations.
always wanted Tickled by Thunder to
feel more like a community of writers
-- probably because
of my small town newspaper experiences.
entirely up to you and me and what
we want to put into this.
I look forward to hearing from you!
meantime, I’ll be jazzing up my resume
and my job search techniques and
out there for me in the real world!
Editor of Tickled by Thunder fiction magazine
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