My story “Late Night at the Low Road Diner” is available now in issue 5 of Liminal Stories. It can be read online for free here (although if you’d like to support them, they’re on Patreon).
A small story on the care and feeding of strange things that may come into a diner at night.
I am really pleased with this one. My thanks to Shannon Peavey and Kelly Sandoval for the acceptance and the editing (much as I love “tatterdemalion”, I have to admit it just didn’t fit), and to N.G. Lancaster for the art.
I hope you like it.
ETA: and today we learn that I messed up on post scheduling, for which I am very sorry.
2079 words this week, and a story revised. This brings my total for the Write-A-Thon to 8640 words, and three stories revised.
I am so very grateful to all of you for contributing, and patiently looking at my not-very-interesting updates. I think things are slowing down now a little, and I’ve got a few more things I want to talk about; for the moment, however, I’m going to do some final tidying on stories, and continue revisions, and work out what I can do for contributor’s thank-you’s for next year.
Hey, all! A quick note that the final update will come on the last day of the Write-a-thon, which is tomorrow; I figured I would mention because I’ve been keeping to the Friday schedule up until now.