It's weird, but except for a little cluster of agent rejections (four or five of them that for some reason all came on the same day), I got almost no writing-related emails all summer after Mom's stroke. That's good, since a rejection from, say, Angry Robot, would have hurt all out of proportion what with the other stress I was under at the time. But it still kind of made me feel like I had stopped existing as an author.
But a few weeks ago I got a good email. I've been meaning to post about it but haven't had the time. My steampunk Goldielocks novella has been accepted by Musa Publishing, a new publisher launching on October 1! It'll be released in 2012 through the Urania speculative fiction imprint as an ebook.
Still haven't heard from Angry Robot. Still haven't heard from Apex.
At the risk of repeating myself, w00t!
Excellent, KC! Well done.
(fingers still crossed)
Michael and Aaron--Thanks!
Hey, sweet! I'm still waiting to see your stuff on the B&N shelves, though. Here's hoping Angry Robot comes through in that regard.
By the time I sell a book to a publisher that can get it on shelves, there probably won't be any bookstores left.
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