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Progress Notes.

191. Our Humvees Cannot Be Assembled Into A Giant Battle Robot.

via tanaise

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I sold my novelette, "This Tragic Glass," to Ellen Datlow at Scifi.com today.

This feels like a bigger deal than the novels, somehow. Possibly because I never actually planned on selling a novel, but many, many years ago, when dinosaurs roamed the internet, I said to myself, "I will know I am a real writer when I can sell a story to Ellen Datlow."

And today I did.

It's supposed to see print in the spring.

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Bridge of Blood & Iron

New Words: 884
Word Cut: 0
Page: 269 of 541
Reason for stopping: end of scene, also bedtime.

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View but his picture in this tragic glass,
And then applaud his fortunes as you please

--Christopher Marlowe, Tamburlaine the Great, Part 1 II 7-8

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Finally... ::grins:: I can use my new picture and celebrate ::dances more::
I sold my novelette, "This Tragic Glass," to Ellen Datlow at Scifi.com today.

A very impressive accomplishment, indeed. Congrats! :-D
Congrats!
Yeah! You ROCK! Congrats on all your well-earned successes. :)
Yay! Go you! It's so cool when you can acheive one life goal. It makes room for more.
Another sale! That is so cool. Let's call it your "first sale of 2004," shall we? (Or is it the second? I have enough trouble keeping track of my *own* life ...)
Congratulations!

Told you so. :)

YAY!
Wow - Congrats!!!
That's terrific! Congratulations! I am very impressed.

Wow! Congratulations! And a novelette too! Shorter lengths are supposed to be next to impossible to sell.

Re the list of things

21. Must attempt to not antagonize SAS.

22. Must never call an SAS a 'Wanker'.


And he lived to tell the tale?
I'm oddly fond of "Must not sell mineral rights."
Congradulations!


Good show, good show. A sale is a sale is a sale.
I sold my novelette, "This Tragic Glass," to Ellen Datlow at Scifi.com today.

*WILD APPLAUSE!*

I have received nothing but rejections from her, although one of them was quite positive. Still, I try.
Fabulous!
Congratulations! Looking forward to reading it.
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