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  • jeffingoff
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    Originally posted by RonClinton View Post
    No, I wasn’t interested in participating in that one.
    I figured as much. I submitted something. Just to write something. It was a confusing mess.

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  • RonClinton
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    Originally posted by jeffingoff View Post
    Did you submit a flash fiction piece to the DRP writing contest?
    No, I wasn’t interested in participating in that one.

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  • jeffingoff
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    Originally posted by RonClinton View Post
    Without checking, I’m not quite sure… I think somewhere in the 2500-word range. And, thanks, good luck with yours as well.
    Did you submit a flash fiction piece to the DRP writing contest?

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  • RonClinton
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    Originally posted by JJ123 View Post
    Good luck on your submission, Ron. Now we must endure the waiting period. What type of word count was yours? I kept mine low in case that might help my chances...
    Without checking, I’m not quite sure… I think somewhere in the 2500-word range. And, thanks, good luck with yours as well.

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  • ozmosis7
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    Good luck with your submissions.

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  • JJ123
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    Good luck on your submission, Ron. Now we must endure the waiting period. What type of word count was yours? I kept mine low in case that might help my chances...

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  • RonClinton
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    Originally posted by JJ123 View Post
    Also would be great to know if anyone here has taken advantage of the current CD submission period, as I mentioned in another thread...
    Yes, I did.

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  • ozmosis7
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    I should have seen this thread. Sorry about that everyone.

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  • JJ123
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    I concur with the last two posts. Also would be great to know if anyone here has taken advantage of the current CD submission period, as I mentioned in another thread...

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  • c marvel
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    Originally posted by bookworm 1 View Post
    I wish more authors were using this thread. I and I'm sure quite a few of the other members of this forum would love to know more about what's coming from them. It's also a great way to be introduced to new writers and their stories .
    That's a very good point. ~Cap

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  • bookworm 1
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    I wish more authors were using this thread. I and I'm sure quite a few of the other members of this forum would love to know more about what's coming from them. It's also a great way to be introduced to new writers and their stories .

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  • JJ123
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    Haven't been here in a while, but I like checking in when I can to see how the writers are doing. Great to see all of your successes. (Also awed by the magazine crowd-funding project.) Someone mentioned being in Cemtery Dance, and that made me think of the brief call for submissions a couple years back (or was it longer?). Just curious -- did all the people who said they got accepted get published by now? Hopefully so, but I was wondering how that worked. And what was the editing process like, were any changes required to your material?

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  • markgunnells
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    Right now, WHERE THE DEAD GO TO DIE is available for only 99 cents digitally.

    https://www.amazon.com/Where-Dead-Di...3009385&sr=1-2

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  • markgunnells
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    Two new releases out right now that I'm stoked about. A digital collection right here with Cemetery Dance called CURTAIN CALL, and a novel with Crystal Lake Publishing that I co-wrote with Aaron Dries called WHERE THE DEAD GO TO DIE.

    https://www.amazon.com/Curtain-Call-...2705901&sr=1-7

    https://www.amazon.com/Where-Dead-Di...2706212&sr=1-2

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  • mhatchett
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    Well done man, well done! And hopefully you'll see plenty of pennies and whatever the heck the Chinese are using now-a-days.

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