Katherine Mankiller


The Year of Getting Serious
February 3, 2007, 12:21 pm
Filed under: novels, scripts, selling fiction, short fiction

My Hollywood Creative Directory is on its way. I received one of my two first script queries back in the mail as undeliverable. D’oh! Short fiction markets are all over the Internet, but this is not the case for the places I want to send scripts. (The online version of the Hollywood Creative Directory is $250 a year. Ulp. Maybe if I start selling or win the lottery.)
I’m running a little behind on the short story a month plan, but not badly. I still think I can crank out nine this year if I try. (No short stories during NaNoWriMo, NaNoEdMo, or Script Frenzy.) I may write a play instead of a short story one month, or for Script Frenzy. Or not, but it’s an idea I’ve been vaguely contemplating for awhile. I just think it would be fun. I’ve improved the script reporting in my submissions tracker. I’m also not sure how I’m fitting Lizardfic into that plan, but I really need some short fiction. I don’t have enough in circulation.
After NaNoEdMo comes Critters for the NaNoWriMo novel, unless I decide I hate it. 😉 If I don’t hate it, I’ll have to do something with it. I’ve updated my submissions tracker to handle novel queries and submissions. (Fear me! my Geek-Fu is powerful.)

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