Here we are at the end of another hectic week of Scribbles! August has begun, kids have gone back to school here in Arizona and we dropped plenty of Horror & Metal once again. Check out our week in Scribbles...
Well it's certainly been an interesting week here in Scribbler Land but I'll spare all the gory details you don't care about. I've heard from a few more people who have received their copy of Kill For A Copy and the response has all been positive so far. If I can find the time to finish reading mine I'll be doing a little review for you plus maybe we can score an interview or two out of it to give you a little behind the scenes action. That aside it's been an emotional week here but much was still accomplished. Our friend Kevon Ward not only was not facing elimination on Face Off this week but it was between Kevon and his partner Meg Wilbur for the winner of episode 2! Hopefully you were able to see it already but if not you can check it out on SyFy and see if Kevon or Meg got the top nod in episode 2. Meanwhile I am desperately trying to meet a deadline for my publisher, Dark Chapter Press, while Cult is putting the finishing touches on a new tale of his own. There should be much to share with you all in the coming weeks but here is our week that was...
So that was our week Scribbles fans. We'll hopefully have even more for you next week along with an original or two (fingers crossed) along the way. For you writer types check out the upcoming Flash Fiction contest from the awesome Dark Chapter Press, if you sign up for their newsletter you'll get a full day's jump on the competition. The picture to be used as inspiration will be unleashed on Sunday to everyone and Saturday if you sign up ahead of time. Feind will be participating and I hope to see some of you join me. Until next week have an awesome weekend and we'll see you all back here on Monday! Scribblers OUT!!
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