last week i gave a draft of my LHNB short (When You Were Pixels) to author J.C. Lillis to read.
she said some really nice things about it.
fuck that—she said some amazing things about it.
it’s not every day one of your favorite writers drops you a line to tell you she thinks the thing you’ve been obsessing over for three months is pretty good.
awesome, right? right.
Lisa Henry, another of my favorite authors—ever—liked my story also.
in the same week.
on the internet!
both of them! said nice things! about my work! like, to me, and everything!
yeah, i know. i knowwwwwww.
naturally, i went back and did four more rounds of obsessive edits on the thing, because why quit when you’re ahead if you can win the fucking race?
it’s shaping up to be one of my finest shorts, guys.
i’m so proud of it, and humbled to receive this kind of amazing feedback from two incredibly talented authors of this caliber.
[totally doing nekkid cartwheels, you gaiz, srrssly]
read what they said about Pixels, and join the discussion thread by clicking this link.
read the blurb and add the story to your to-read pile on goodreads.
When You Were Pixels is free, and included in the goodreads MM romance group’s Love Has No Boundaries event of 2013. more than 140 amazing writers submitted stories this year, so fire up those ereaders and join the MM romance group today.
i still have trouble, you know?
still have trouble believing it’s real. that they really said that stuff.
what a world.