Gibbous House

By Ewan Lawrie

Nicholas Nickleby meets Psycho in a gothic, 19th-century noir

Tuesday, 20 March 2018

Bullet In...






Or indeed, bulletin. Not much news on the Moffat front. As some of you will know, the sequel to Gibbous House, No Good Deed or What Moffat Did Next is a "work in progress". This is, I confess, somewhat of a misnomer, since WMDN has been stuck on 70,500 words for some weeks and I can't quite see how to get from where it is to the ending I have in mind. (No, I'm not putting space zombies in it).

    I did pitch it to Unbound about 9 weeks ago, but despite what it says on the submissions page, Unbound is a victim of its own success and among our secret Cabal of writers on Facebook, the word is that 12 weeks is a normal turnaround time from submission to acceptance or the 'R' word.

   Should the news be bad, my intention will be to self-publish, however, I shall employ a professional structural, copy and proof editor to work on the manuscript.

In other news, I am engaged with Cerasus Poetry in the process of producing a poetry collection which should appear later this year or early next.

One last thing, if you haven't reviewed Gibbous House, do consider writing a review, please. I have placed a guide created by an idiot (as opposed to an Idiot's Guide) below.


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Jack O'Donnell
 Jack O'Donnell says:

I wish I could do diagrams. That's a bumper.

posted 20th March 2018

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