I didn't want to hijack admin's thread, "The Story of a Story," so I'll put this here instead.
Sent out Vale of Stars
to Twilight Times Books today. Their website said that they were closed to fiction submissions until July 15. So I sent them the story on July 15. Can't say I'm not punctual.
Also, not sure if this is gauche or not (admin, please let me know if it is unseemly to advertise one's own wares here and I'll withdraw in shame) but I also slashed the price of my self-published anthology, Wondrous Strange.
I lowered the price all the way down to $0.99. It's an ebook, but I have it on every possible platform I could find. If you're interested, you can visit my website
in the "Books" section (or go to Smashwords) to check it out.
I came to the conclusion that what I really want with my writing is for SOMEONE to read it. The money, for me, is very far down the list of priorities (I am gainfully employed otherwise), so I lowered the price down to where I'll need to sell something like eleven books to buy one of Starbucks' frou-frou drinks. Have any of you done the epublishing thing, and if so, any stories you care to tell about it?