And still one one!
> Ha! It never fails...
> 1. Brian Freeman is running a very clever webzine called DUELING
> MINDS. The concept is simple, but brilliant. Several authors look at a
> picture and then write a story to accompany it. I've written a new
> story for DUELING MINDS called "The Dark Hearts of Stones." I'd simply
> forgotten that this was the month that it would be featured. Duh...
> Anyway, go check it out at http://www.duelingminds.com. Let me know
> what you think of the story. There's some other really good work there
> as well, including an excellent story by my UK buddy Richard Wright.
> And, as long as I had to send this addendum...
> 2. Let's do it. No more farting around, bah, you slackard you! What am
> I talking about? WADING INLAND. April 17th. You must sign up to
> receive it. Send a blank email to [log in to unmask] This
> will come fast and furious, cause I ain't taking no damn prisoners this
> time. Balls to the wall, damn the torpedos, and by this time next year
> some sleezy Hollywood type is gonna be offering me megabucks for the
> screen rights. (I ain't arrogant; this is just me pumping myself up.
> LOL.) Full length novel. Start to finish. No fucking around. It
> won't be highly advertised and touted with claims false or true (ala
> Douglas Clegg and his infamous "e-serial" ripoff). You won't hear
> nothing more about it after this email. I've cleared my calendar of
> other writing commitments. I'm just gonna sit down and do it and do no
> other writing until it's done. Come along for the ride or not. Those
> of you who witnessed the first false start (70,000 words of it) know
> it's worth the price of admission. For those of you who know nothing
> about the novel, I'll throw a synopsis online at this URL,
> http://www.dm.net/~bahwolf/wadinginland.htm, but give me a couple hours
> to put a webpage together. <sound of French horns blaring in the
> background> CHARGE!
> (p.s. To be removed from this list, help me figure out a way to be sure
> and get everything into the first message, the first time, so these
> addendums wouldn't happen.)