In today’s edition of the Mirage Weekly Newsletter, I talk about what to expect from next week’s story, The Voice of the Wild, reveal an excerpt from the short story, and have a quick word about the grim reaper, who keeps hovering near me.
At long last, The Voice of the Wild, the next story set in the Mirage Universe, is finished! This was due to be completed almost a year ago, but due to Pop’s rapid decline, and a few other personal reasons, it got put on the backburner. Until now!
After such a long time away from this story, it came as a surprise to read it with fresh eyes. It both shocked me and filled me with awe. There’s some really powerful stuff going on in this one, and I hope you’re all going to be able to read it. While certainly gratuitous at times, it is never without cause. Violence must always carry some thematic resonance, and I believe this story knocks it right out of the park.
Remember, as with all of my publications from http://miragestories.com, The Voice of the Wild will be FREE! It clocks in at only 9,600 words, so it’s a nice, easy read. Great for an evening adventure with a glass of wine and cheese.
Stay tuned for more details soon.
In today’s edition of the Mirage Weekly Newsletter, I talk about a successful week writing, my disabled sister’s 29th Birthday, and a book about one of the greatest movies of all time, JAWS.
In today’s edition of the Mirage Weekly Newsletter, I talk about returning to writing, my wedding day and aftermath, and yet another death in the family.
In today’s edition of the Mirage Weekly Newsletter, I unveil the new Mirage website and talk about the bizarre antics of a dreadful neighbour with a taste for trouble.
Today I’m introducing a feature to my website that I’m very excited about. The Mirage Weekly Newsletter will be out every Friday, and you can consider it something like a mini-blog.
You’ve probably noticed that my blog updates are often infrequent, as I only like to post when I have something worthwhile to say. Ergo, these newsletters will offer a great avenue for keeping my readers up to date with my writing exploits. It also allows me to say a few things without committing to a thousand-word blog every time.