August 13, 2014
This week, I donated my short story collection Sketches in the Air to BookShare.org, a library specifically for people with print disabilities. A great cause, and also a good way to introduce new readers to your work!
August 1, 2014
Everybody's getting into the Twitter act, including my favorite writing groups. Check these out:
Arizona Mystery Writers - @AMWtucson
Saguaro Romance Writers - @Tucson RWA
June 30, 2014
OK, My Goodreads Author page is set up with bio and all. Thank you, Brandy, for becoming my first Fan! (We can be Friends, too!)
May 5, 2014
THANK YOU to the nice person who listed Sketches in the Air on Goodreads. What a nice surprise! I didn't think they would accept a small collection e-book, but happily I was wrong. Anyway, listing a book makes me a Goodreads Author, with a profile and everything. Now I just need to get busy and fill it in.
April 10, 2014
OK, I'm officially on Twitter, under the moniker of @gailanngibbs, but I have no idea what I'm doing yet. Be patient with me.
February 17, 2014
Congratulations to fellow SF fan, editor David Lee Summers, whose quarterly journal Tales of the Talisman is listed in a Writers Digest article (March/April 2014) on hot short story markets, alongside the big boys Analog and Asimov's. See, I do forgive you for rejecting my stories. Hope you get lots of good submissions!
January 31, 2014
Wow! I'm delighted and grateful for all the congratulations and support for the launching of Sketches in the Air, both within the writing community and from family and friends. Thank you, Everybody!
January 17, 2014
I am thoroughly thrilled to present my exciting adventure in indie publishing - a collection of five speculative fiction short stories. It's thrilling and scary and an incredible rush. Special thanks to my writing buddies, who keep me going, and to Jaycee DeLorenzo of Sweet 'N Spicy Designs for her incredible cover.
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