Folks! This is my test post. I upgraded my site and working on the layout now. It is a nightmare! Meanwhile, my book is out! It’s available on Amazon now. So exciting! It started on this blog. Almost two years later, it is published! I also had an opportunity to launch it at the Shortcut […]
“Looperman Knots” is a hilarious and witty sci fi short story by a well-established writer and illustrator Mark Fearing. This story is exclusively published in the first issue of the Scaffolding Magazine. Get your copy here http://www.blurb.com/b/7820983-scaffo…
Scaffolding is a literary and art magazine that strives to publish diverse and unique voices. We match visual artists and writers to create a unique reader experience. We also feature editorials about diversity, social issues, popular culture etc. Our mission is to become a vehicle for up-and-coming artists to be discovered and express their unique message.
Super exciting news! Scaffolding Magazine is in print now! You can buy a hardcopy on Blurb.com today! Scaffolding is a literary and art magazine that strives to publishing diverse and unique voices. We match visual artists and writers to create a unique reader experience. We also feature editorials about diversity, social issues, popular culture etc. […]
November 17, 1986. Commercial Flight Air Japan enroute Paris-Tokyo Over the Alaskan Air Space 20:15 Hrs “Anchorage, do you read me?” Sh-sh-sh “Yes, Japan 1628. Loud and clear.” Sh-sh-sh “Anchorage, eh… do we have traffic intersecting our trajectory?” Sh-sh-sh Click click “Ah… Negative…” Sh-sh-sh. “Anchorage, we have a visual on a… perhaps an aircraft carrier.” […]
Friends, for your consideration is my short story TSUNAMI. Some of you have read it and commented on the formatting issues, for which I am super grateful. Hopefully I resolved these issues – and now I am offering the story in both ePub (for Mac devices) and PDF – for the rest of the devices. […]
It’s kind of a bragging slash review update post. I just finished a 8.000 word short story in the Ulysses and wanted to update you on my experience with the app. In short, the Ulysses app so far still rocks. It crashed once for an unknown reason, but I suspect it is more of my […]
Recently I posted about my issues with writing productivity when I write outside of the WordPress environment. Initially I thought that I get energized from the feedback I receive when I post my writing, but as Candace Vianna suggested in her comments that it might be my attachment to the simplified WordPress environment that helps minimizing […]
Writer’s angst over the word count is such a common thing. 17.000 words in a month may or may not be impressive to someone. To me – it is one hell of an accomplishment, and I attribute it to the following factors: Ellie Maloney ≡ Jalapeño Fiction blog (this blog), because it motivates me to write […]
In an average city of an average country, there lived a girl. You’d be hard pressed finding someone to recall her name, so we might as well call her Blanca. If you were to describe Blanca, you might find yourself up for a challenge. Her average school, average grades, average friends, and average appearance – not […]
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