I certainly hope you enjoy it. By the way, you said you'd love to read a sequel to 'Dracula Doesn't Live Here Anymore'. Well, I've written one. It's a full length novella and takes up the tale a year after Dexter left Christina in Romania. It will be published in paperback and e book by Mythica later this year and here's a sneak preview of the work on the cover art so far.
Well done a great result with your Mom's care Fran. I'd love to read your book but must say that I can't promise to do it right away as I have TONS of submissions to read for the anthology and of course, I'm also writing as well. If you want to send it to me at my thriller editor address I will get to it as son as I possibly can, if that's ok with you.
Did I ask if you'd cast a vote for me in the Covey Trailer awards by the way? I think I did but I'm not sure. The details are in one of my recent bog posts.
I'm still struggling with my depression b ut keeping going so far.
There is a section called revise. It is there you redo what ever you need to redo. go to My Lulu and there you will see your book click on revise and follow the directions. Lulu has a distribution package for 49.00 which will get you on B&N
I sent you the general info already. If you need to read, visit my site, www.christianschaal.com On top of the home page is a link for this....you will see it right away. then, just send me an email and lets get started. I need to receive an email at firstname.lastname@example.org Then i will send you a release. glad to have you aboard.
I am very happy you are choosing to be a contributing author. As I said, you will receive full credit for you work.
There are more posted in my website. You can also purchase an e-version of the book (more the 50 pieces) for only $2.00 on my site. also, on my site, or may page here, I have made available 26 pages through the use of fReado. It si post just below my guest book. full page turning and all! lol
Yes, I got your stories and they will now wait to be considered with all the other submissions when the date for submissions closes. I will be reading them before that of course and will give you any advice I can on them if you like. Of course Mythica would be interested in your children's books. Graeme would be absoutley delighted to receive your submission. I'll tell him to look out for something from you.
Thanks for the birthday wishes, and good luck with the story development. We will probably be looking for about ten stories to fill the book so competition will be rife. I'm sure you'll be up to it, and will produce a tense and enthralling piece of work.
Graeme at Mythica will be putting the submission info on the Mythica website soon, but basically as Mystery/Thriller Consultant I'll be in charge of the whole project, from selection of manuscripts to editing and preparation for publication. the details aren't finalised yet but we will be looking for 'futuristic' thrillers, that is, stories that are set some time in the future, whether it be one year or a thousand years from now. We want stories that bring a touch of the unexpected to the reader, and thought the idea of letting people use a future time would help in that process as you can introduce elements of imagination to the 'reality' of another time.
Wil let you know when the details are on the website.
Wow, 17 flights would definitely kill me with my asthma. I'm just back from my evening with my friend and will check my Mythica mail in the morning to see if your chapter is there. After a few drinks I might accidentally delete it if I go there tonight...hic.
You pay me a high compliment indeed. I'm delighted that you find it hard to put the book down and hope it continues to enthrall you to the end. As a psychological thriller the book was both a challenge and a real life nightmare to create and the writing of it gave me many sleepless nights as I began to 'live' the book with Robert. I hope it shows.
Thanks for your comments so far, and keep enjoying the book.
I've put some time aside this week to go through your chapter and will go thorugh it as though i were editing it for the publisher. I'll get back to you with an honest opinion asap, don't worry about that.