It took me all day to post this, because I was out at a really long meeting, then had a really crappy internet connection for a bit. However, as it’s only just after April 5th on the West Coast, I’m going to post this video I made earlier this morning.
It’s a celebration of birthdays and anniversaries. In honor of my mother, and in honor of a good friend.
As you might have heard via my Twitter feed or my Facebook page, my short story, December, made it to the second and final round of the NYC Midnight Short Story contest! At 11:59PM tonight, I’ll be receiving a Genre and an Object, and I’ll have 24 hours to write a 2,500 short story to compete for the grand prize! EEEK! Wish me luck!
And in the meantime, please enjoy my short story, December. The Genre I was given was “A Ghost Story.” My object? “A Piano.” I’m actually rather proud of how this turned out! I’d never written a ghost story before, but I think this ended up being appropriately creepy! I’ll let you lot be the judges:
EDIT: “DECEMBER” WAS SELECTED TO BE IN ISSUE #24 OF CROSSED GENRES! IT IS AN EDITED VERSION OF THE STORY THAT WAS FOUND HERE. IF YOU’D LIKE TO READ IT, CHECK OUT THE “CHARACTERS OF COLOR” ISSUE OF CROSSED GENRES, AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 1, 2010! VISIT THE CROSSED GENRES WEBSITE FOR DETAILS ON HOW TO GET YOUR DIGITAL/PRINT COPY!