multicultural
does not describe me fully
it is where to start



Saturday, January 8, 2011

More Short Stories Accepted


Three short stories accepted for publication. Two blog posts requested for an anthology. I might start to think that going on blogging hiatus is good for my publishing career. Or I could be whimsical and say that in December the stars aligned themselves in my favor. Whatever the reason for the sudden spike in acceptances, I am thrilled. As soon as I am free to provide the links to the newly published short stories and anthology, I will do so.

As for my novel in progress, I am still making headway on that. To help clear my head from novel writing, I continue to write and send out short stories. I also entered a “Dear Lucky Agent Contest” sponsored by Guide to Literary Agents. As soon as I can type The End for my novel in progress, I will return to active blogging. In the meantime, have a wonderful new year.

The following are links to already published posts grouped under my major themes:

Multicultural

10 comments:

Mayowa said...

Congratulations Judith! We'll look forward to the links.

Happy New Year.

Kathryn Magendie said...

and the publications who are publishing your work are honored and quite happy to have you!

Judith Mercado said...

Thank you, Mayowa and Kathryn. Now I'm working on other short stories to send out. I do that during breaks from novel writing. Helps me clear my head.

Judy

A Cuban In London said...

Congratulations! You deserve it. Thanks a lot for your feedback. It was most welcome.

Greetings from London.

Nevine said...

Judy, Congratulations! I look forward to reading your publications online.

Nevine

A Cuban In London said...

Many thanks for your feedback, Judith. And then, there was that question you left at the end that left me scratching my head. Wouldn't that be the most marvellous coincidence of all, that the music that you're listening to as a writer will be the same music I will be listening to as a reader? Spooky, too. :-)

Greetings from London.

Judith Mercado said...

Thank you, Cuban and Nevine, for stopping in and cheering me on. That is an interesting question, Cuban, which I had not thought about until I read your post.

Kathryn Magendie said...

Have you had a chance to go see your story up at Rose & Thorn Journal? *smiling*

Judith Mercado said...

Thanks, Kathryn, I just saw it yesterday. Thanks so much. I'll be posting the link here the next time I post. But I am ever so grateful. I am also enjoying the other stories as well.

A Cuban In London said...

Thanks for your comment, Judith. I'd read that post and remember putting the book in my amazon's books list. Many thanks.

Greetings from London.