Hello fellow brain lovers!
Well, if you like zombies I figured you must like brains – meaning you’re smart! The Christmas story is taking shape. Once again, cover and title contests are open. Get your name in digital print! Hey, I’m getting better at GIMP and am learning Inkscape, too. I just can’t figure out how to get a good output from Inkscape to pdf. Once I figure that out, I’ll be home free. (Because sometimes I like Inkscape’s editing better than GIMP’s. The one difficulty: I haven’t discovered how to change the canvas size in Inkscape. So when I open a new file I get a list of options but I don’t recall seeing a custom one. Maybe it’s just my eyes.
Anyway, back to the story. Cord Wheaton gets invited by his girlfriend to her parents for Christmas. And yes, you guessed it, they live on a farm. (If you’ve read the Thanksgiving story, you’ll know why I mention it.)
Response to the first three stories has been great (for me). Even the negative review – I don’t mind. At least someone took the time to read and review it. And I learn from each one, whether negative or positive. So if you’ve read any of them, please file a review. My new plan (hatched with the last one) is to offer each story first on Kindle Select, which limits me for the first 90 days, and then on the other sites and this site.
The Christmas story will be free on Kindle on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. So get your fingers ready to shop then! (Well, I wouldn’t call it shopping since you won’t be paying anything!)
The working title for episode 4: And a Zombie in a Pear Tree
Can you come up with something better? Deadline is…December 15. I’ll publish on the 16th or 17th.
May you all experience joy this holiday season! (And another zombie adventure.)