Thursday, July 01, 2010

Success Story

150 reports:

My short story, "Mentor," continued hilariously in New Beginning 182, sold to Anotherealm and is now available to read there: http://www.anotherealm.com/2010/ar070110.php

Thanks!

-150

http://evileditor.blogspot.com/2007/01/new-beginning-182.html

11 comments:

_*rachel*_ said...

I like this a lot! Many congratulations for a recognition well deserved.

danceluvr said...

Congrats, 150! Hope there's many more in the future.

fairyhedgehog said...

I love that story. Congratulations!

Bernita said...

Excellent! Congratulations!

Anonymous said...

150 - grand. Heartiest cyber hug, your friend, and great admirer, Bibi

Phoenix said...

OMG, now we know 150's name. Let the stalking, er congratulating, begin!

Unless *chills* 150 is really the writer by the same name that died 8 years ago, because that would be, well, really AWESOME.

Please tell me we saw this story in its drafty entirety on the Crapometer at some point because deja vu. (And coupled with the possibility that you're a ghost, I'm really getting a bit creeped out about all this.)

In any case, *hugs* and *happy dancing* you brilliant writer, you! More! More!

150 said...

Woooooooo...Iiiiii am the ghoooost of someone muuuuch moooooore taaaaaaalented...woooooooo...

Nice catch, Phoenix! It WAS on the Crapometer, like, two years ago.

I had one other thing go up yesterday, in fact. I haven't been reporting because this was the first (and, I believe, only) one to start out on EE's blog. Sorry the real ending isn't as funny as the minion-penned continuation.

Thanks all!

(Word ver="proarmal". Close, word ver. Close.)

Dave F. said...

Congratulations. BTW - I read the story and liked it.

Sarah Laurenson said...

How awesome, 150. Congrats!

Phoenix said...

Oh, cool! 150 has a blue linky name now. With lots of story success -- and assurance that she's not a ghost but does do the horror thing so I'm pretty she'll see my mistaking her for a ghost as a compliment.

Glad to meet the real you, 150!

sylvia said...

That's really cool. I liked the story.