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Angel
31 December 2020 @ 08:00 am
January
15 Submissive Pleasures (m/m)

February
15 Queers Destroy SciFi! 7.5K http://submissions.johnjosephadams.com/queers-destroy-sf/submit/

March

8: Of Heaven and Hell 3-15K, m/m http://www.waywardinkpublishing.com/submission-guidelines/submission-guidelines-2/
15 Genderqueer
March 1- April 1, Reading period for Ghost in the cogs and tomorrow's Cthulhu 4 K each
April

May
1 Undeath in the Age of Steam <10K
State of horror, Missouri Charon Coin press
15 Master Mine (M/f)

June
15 Have Quest Will Travel (any pairing)


July 1
Paranormal sherlock, 3-8K https://lexxxchristian.wordpress.com/an-improbable-truth/
Defying Doomsday, disabled Post-apoc 3-7K http://defyingdoomsday.twelfthplanetpress.com/submissions/
A Lonely and Curious Country, lovecraftian, <6K http://www.ultharpress.com/a-lonely-and-curious-country.html


August


September
1 Mistress Mine (F/m)
15 Winter Shivers (no sex, just horror)

October

November

December
15 Badass (m/m adventure)

2016:

January
15 Kagema's Sons (m/m rentboy)

February

March
15 Xenophile (any)

April

May

June
15 Mythos for the Modern Age (none)

July
1) For Sale By Owner (m/m)

August





Conventions:
March: MidSouth Con, Memphis
Frolicon, Atlanta
May:
June: HYpericon, Nashville
August: Memphis Gaming Expo (Memphis)
River City Comic expo (Little Rock)
Sept: Memphis FurMeet, Memphis
Imaginarium. Louisville
Oct: ConTraFlow New Orleans
Festival of souls, Memphis
Nov: ConTraception, KC
Dec: Geekonomicon, Biloxi MS

Completed and in edits
Dirty Toes
Steampunk Boxing
Anthony
David
Flower fairies


Projects:
Mystery of the Monkey God, A Lord Withycombe novel
Cliff Cody and the BrainEaters of Algol 3
Phantasmagoria shorts, 5-6 of 10-20k each, Nagina, Jene, Tony the duck guy
The Wash and Wear-wolf's Wares
DJ novels, Painting Blues City Red
Passion Hearts/Rainbow Hearts
Seasonal Make & Do books, Spring and Summer
Runic alphabet book
Nick & Corban
Gammon (lake monster)
Fissures (what lives under the ground)
Steampunk novel w/ J


Serial with Cat
Steampunk Civil War Zombies
WWII dieselpunk furries
 
 
Angel
31 December 2020 @ 12:30 am
There are tons of these.

I am currently signed up with

Inbox Dollars (read email, take surveys): $19.57 at this time. Need $30 to cash out
Ibotta (get rebates on groceries): $4.05, need $10 to cash out
Swagbucks: just started
Bing.com (alternate search engine): 169 points, Need 525 to cash out
Shopkicks (walk into store, get points): 3831 points, Worth about $15 in gift cards. 1.8 million gets me a vespa
Ebates: I seldom order on line, so haven't used
Viggle: 26,090 points. Almost enough to cash in for a free movie, or enough for 8 songs.
Media Insiders (monitors my net usage): 150 points Takes several thousand for cashout.

I'm thinking I need to organize better and set a day just for doing these. I use Bing all the time, instead of Google.
 
 
Angel
02 August 2015 @ 11:30 pm
There is a certain satisfaction in getting most of what you planned to do in a day accomplished.

I washed dishes, twice. Once with a really gross item that I had let go too long.
I ate breakfast, eggs in a basket.
I washed 2 loads of laundry, hamper to washer to dryer to closet. One more will go in the dryer while we sleep.
I baked 10 lbs of chicken leg quarters, took them off the bone, packaged them in meal portions AND washed the roaster. Anna helped, the first time she's been in the kitchen.

Anna says "Ai haz a hoo-mon. Ai iz Daddy's gurl."

Royalty calculations are done, but my stupid self bungled the password and is locked out of the bank account.
I wrote about 600 words.
I finished the second mitten and began another set.

I meal-planned until the 10th
I grocery shopped.
I cooked dinner: Mexican chicken casserole
I took out a full bag of aluminum cans.
I took out a large bag of trash, the bag of chicken bones and skin and a Kroger bag full of trash. (15 minutes of work in the study.
I took my meds on time.
I have my information for tomorrow printed and all four mi-fis charging up.
My phone is charging.

It is a day that most people would consider completely ordinary. Just a little housework. Yet I feel as if I moved a mountain.

Tomorrow,
7 AM, working breakfast
8:30, Jonner to get registered for school
10 AM, 6 hour job at Office Depot, upgrading computers to windows 10
5 PM home, call report
6 PM, Chicken Cordon Bleu pasta, bake apple pies

Tues:
9:20 Jonner gets his braces on
11 AM, another 4 hour job
6 PM, home, sausage and potatoes au gratin

Wed:
Mudd and I have an anniversary

Thursday
10 AM Target, 4 hours of work

Friday
7 AM work breakfast
10 AM Office Depot

Saturday, I get to collapse
 
 
Angel
02 August 2015 @ 12:01 pm
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Angel
01 August 2015 @ 01:00 pm
Here are the rules.
1) The pictures are posted at Livejournal. Answers can be left there, or at Tumblr or Facebook.

2) There are 10 pictures and clues. Answer with the book title. Book titles can be found on my website http://brooksandsparrow.com

3) Leave a screened comment or a PM or an inbox message. You must include your email address to win. The screening and privacy measures should be adequate.

4) All 10 clues right gets a short story in .pdf format

5) On August 5, I will draw a name at random (from all the correct entries) for a copy of Terror of the Frozen North. (If you have Terror, please feel free to let me know and choose another novel)


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Angel
01 August 2015 @ 12:02 pm
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Angel
01 August 2015 @ 11:50 am
My Friday was difficult.


Hosted by my week.

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Angel
31 July 2015 @ 06:21 pm
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31 July 2015 @ 12:02 pm
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