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Lightning Strikes Twice, and other news

Pill Hill Press accepted a second short story from yours truly today. “Cold Hands, Warm Heart” will appear in their female vampire anthology Fem-Fangs due out September 2010. Flesh and Bone (see previous entry) should be out by late August or early September at the latest.

I and two other writers (who just happen to be good friends of mine) will be joining forces with me for a book signing on October 10, 2010 at Park Road Books in Charlotte, NC. We plan to be there from 2-5 and will have about 100 copies of Flesh and Bone available for signing. Pending publication schedule, I hope to have some copies of Fem-Fangs on hand as well, though the focus of the event is to promote the necromancer anthology. Please come out and support me, Matthew Saunders, and Eden Royce (not her actual name – wink, wink) along with an excellent independent bookstore!

Again, big thanks to everyone who gave input on this new story! I hope it has enough bite for everyone…

Best wishes. I’m off to work on “The Story that so far refuses to be named” (perhaps I should call it Voldemort).

Darin

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Big News!

Greetings everyone! I received an e-mail from Pill Hill Press today at lunch that they have accepted my short story, “Necrodance”, for publication in their necromancer anthology coming out this fall: Flesh and Bone: Rise of the Necromancers. This will be my first publication, and I couldn’t be more pleased with how the story turned out. I am thinking that the main character may actually make a follow up appearance in my next submission. We will see I suppose.

Look for the book to hit Amazon in the next few weeks as it is supposed to have a Fall 2010 release and they stop taking submissions in two days.

To everyone who read/edited/critiqued/gave advice on my story: THANKS! It takes a village to “raise” an undead story (like you thought there wouldn’t be a bad pun in here).

Best wishes to everyone, especially to Eden, Matthew, and Kelly who are also submitting to the same anthology. I wish all three of them the best.

And with that, I bid you all good night.

Darin

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