I'm closed to queries till the end of the year (but the prep for re-opening is underway, don't you worry my pretties!) however I've got my eyeball on some of you, particularly those of you who enter the writing contests here.
What with one thing and another I end up in brief email exchanges with a lot of you who win and end up following you on Twitter or otherwise keeping you on my radar.
Which explains why I was sauntering around Michael Seese's blog the other day and found this post about submitting something every single day of October.
That's an amazing goal, made more amazing by achieving it.
It's not a sustainable pace but that's not the point. The point is to get stuff out there, and he did.
The Fabulous Jeff Somers sends out one short story every month, and has done so every month every year since he's been 19. Jeff is NOT 19 anymore. In fact, I think he's near to double that.
And he gets published. And honored. And read.
There's a new rule for writers about being tenacious. This is one good way to BE tenacious.
I was going to call it the Nelson DeMille rule, but the hell with that. Mr. DeMille is famous enough without any help from me. I think we should call that rule the Michael Seese Rule. Whaddaya think?