…you’re probably looking for my writing. Here’s where you can find it!
The April A-Z Challenge can be found on my Dreamwidth Blog.
My Dreamwidth Blog holds most of my day-to-day writing, as well as, currently, Inner Circle (see below). Prompts such as 3 Word Wednesday & Blogging A-Z go there.
Inner Circle, a webserial set in a far-post-apoc magical world: Getting to the Inner Circle can take a lifetime – or cost you your life.
Edally Academy is my second current webserial, a steampunk boarding school. All Tairiekie wants is to be better at school than her parents were. Will the Academy cooperate?
Addergoole and Addergoole: Year 9 are the serials I’m best known for; both are complete, but a rewritten e-book for Addergoole Book One should be coming out soon.
The (Fictional) Apocalypse is being live-blogged on Dreamwidth, Tumblr, and Twitter.
I’ve been published in Shifting Hearts, a therian anthology, and in Kazka Press, & EMG-Zine, both webzines.
And you can talk to me on Twitter and Tumblr, or find me on Patreon.
Guys, I have 1200 words of commissions on my to-write plan for this month, and no commissions to write!
(and we all know I like to stick to the plan, don’t we…)
Every have something you really wanted to see me write?
Or something left you saying “More, Please!”
Now’s the time!
My commission rate is 2¢/word, with a minimum commission of $4/200 words.
There’s normally a discount over $20 to $5/300 words or 5/3¢ ($0.01667) a word, which means that a $20 commission will get you the 1200 words mentioned in my target goal.
If you commission all 1200 words in my to-write, I’ll cut you a small discount and give you 1200 words for $18. That’s $0.015/word!
Got an idea? Leave a comment here or e-mail me at thornealder/gmail.
Got some money? Here’s the Paypal link :-)
200-word Commission Slots Open:
I was thinking the other day (while passing the Friends of the Library book sale building), that many people advise getting your book out there by donating it to libraries, which is problematic – library donations often just end up at book sales like that (and then sometimes in dumpsters from there); libraries have limited space and the books they keep on their shelves are curated, and so on. There is a five-post guest article on this in my archives – http://aldersprig.dreamwidth.org/tag/info:+library and scroll down a couple posts – by eseme.
Little Free Libraries have none of that, including a budget. If you had a map of their libraries in your area and a stack of your books, you could seed them throughout the area. Road trip and slide ’em in on the way. Like very map-based suburban/urban geocaching? “Oh, we’re going to be in boston, let’s check out their little free libraries while we’re there.”
…I need a book to drop off at the local LFL.
originally posted at http://aldersprig.dreamwidth.org/1005124.html.
Dark fantasy in a rust belt noir setting. Cheerful monster hunters dealing with family problems. These two stories could not be more different – except that I wrote them both.
Another body goes missing. A cop seeks an ancient story.
It’s one thing telling your family you’re a couple. It’s another one telling them you hunt monsters.
And the supernatural creeps in to even the most mundane situations…
Read Lifeblood of the City, now in Bloodlines, and We Wish You a Merry Christmas, now in Do You Feel What I Feel. I hope you enjoy them!
June was a busy month for Patreon! The theme was “Love Stories”; I also did a bit of catching up on old obligations!
A Tangled Knot – a story of tangling (Free story)
Ashes and Love – a tale of enduring love
The Warlord’s Cat – like a cat loves its human (Free story)
Five Locks – forbidden love
Tír na Cali
Leaving the Land of the Free – and wanted to be a slave
Fox Hunt – with a 2-legged “fox”
Sale Price – on a slave, no returns (Free story)
July’s Patreon Theme was “More, Please;” the prompt call covered anything my $5 readers would like to see continued.
A Rescue in Kind, a story of Daxton-and-Esha continued
The Hunt Continues, a story of fox hunting in Tir na Cali continued
Down, Down, Down, more of Doug and the Basement – free for all to read!
I also posted a couple other stories on Patreon:
Last Bid, a story of a worried slave in Tir na Cali
The Queen’s Councillor, a story also of Tir na Cali and a Queen worrying her people.
Collars keep coming across my dash on Pinterest, you see. So I decided to write a story.
Image source (here). Addergoole is (here), where you can find many, many more collars discussed.