A Little Housekeeping

This is just a quickie post, to let you know about a few things of varying degrees of significance. And since I find all text, all the time, really boring, please enjoy the gratuitous photos from my daily walk.

1. If you don’t have a WordPress blog and still want to subscribe to Greenwoman, I’ve put a subscription button over on the right hand side. This button allows you to get a notification in your inbox when I update the blog. After you sign up with your email address, you’ll have an opportunity to adjust your settings, including what format the emails come in and how frequently they arrive. Of course you can also subscribe to the blog through Google Reader, if you use Gmail–very handy.

I Love These Trees

2. The April installment of First Sunday Short Fiction is tomorrow, April 3. I know I have one participant besides myself, for sure, and a few other maybes. If you want to know how to participate, you can read the original post.

Blooming Tree!

3. I plan to do the April New Moon Reading on MONDAY, since the new moon is tomorrow, and tomorrow is already reserved for First Sunday Short Fiction. So no fear, those of you who rely upon my wisdom to get through the month! I will not let you down. (Okay so I suffer delusions of grandeur. At least I try to be RELIABLE.)

Queue The Simpsons Theme Song

4. An on-line friend of mine is one of several contributors to a fabulous new blog for writers. From the Write Angle offers “multiple perspectives on writing and the publishing industry–from first draft to final product, and everything beyond.” I’ve read most of the articles with great enjoyment, so go check it out!

I think that’s it for now. See you all tomorrow, with a new story and new art.


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