How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Short Story A Week: A Picture of Mr. Rumple Tuggle

Tomorrow's the due date for my first Short Story a Week, and I've already gotten it posted. See, as a weird sort of coincidence, another interesting writing related project, the Oort-Cloud kicked off. An SF open-lit creative-commons writing community. Well, given my predilections for writing SF, this struck me as a great scene. I'll be posting all of my work there, and then linking it from here.

At any rate, here's Rumple Tuggle, and expect to see more of him. He's a curious little bastard and worthy of more exploration.

In the meantime, yet another writing related project is popping into the mix, the Machine of Death. Next week's story will be a potential submission for that collection of short stories, and that means I want help. I haven't submitted anything for publishing before, and I don't want to screw this up. So, do me a favor- start by reading the blurb on Machine of Death. Then, take a look at my set of ideas set in that Universe. Give me some feedback.
Tags: corporate negligence story, machine of death, mister rumple tuggle,, short story a week, writing

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