Happy Easter, Neighbors!
EAP: The Magazine’s Spring 2018: Coloring issue is now live HERE and features a new Wonder Tale by yours truly right HERE. No foolin’!
Also, as 31 Days of Narratemes draws to a close, I’ve adjusted my project timeline to be more adaptable/democratic. So if you want more Wonder Tales more often, please share the project with folks you think need some fairy tales without the lame-isms. Every project follower is a vote to help sway my opinion moving forward.
2017 was a slow-going but exciting year! At least, for this project. Slow-going in the rate I’ve been sharing stories with you, and exciting in that most of the sharing has been of links to where they’ve been published.
Becoming an official contributor of EAP: The Magazine was a huge personal and professional win. I get to see my name in traditional “print” and more folks get to read fairy tales without the lame-isms.
This project will be continuing its slow-and-steady-wins-the-race pace. Meanwhile, I wanted to share with you my more Speedy Delivery project schedule, in case you wanted more fairy tale-based work in your life:
Now a big part of how I plan to get this done is an accountability practice which I am making public so that we can all get things done together (plus some not-public writing practices):
Good journey, my friends,Rose
In preparing for the close of this year and the start of the next, I’m starting to get clear with my schedule as to what projects I want to work on and when. As part of this, I’ve updated the list of contents to show at the very least the titles of all 26 tales I’d like to include in this collection.
Only two of the new titles listed are available at this time, Under the Roses (12) and Dormiveglia (17), and their availability is through SoundCloud.
I look forward to sharing my timeline with you soon.
It’s been a while since I’ve had cause (or known I had cause) to update you on this book. But it’s come to my attention that I failed to add the two most recent publications to the project page and share them with you!
So below I’ve included the seven stories thus far published (here and elsewhere) which will be making their way into the final book which will have a total of 26 tales when the time comes.