I haven't posted about my writing progress for a few weeks. I'm still tracking my writing, but figured it wasn't worth bugging people about. I'm basically spending 8-10 hours a week writing and revising short stories. I'm still trying to transition to my novel, but I still need to finish a few more stories.
The big thing recently was the Nebula nomination, but other exciting news includes:
- Stomping on Yeti named me as one of "25 Authors Worth Watching in 2010 and Beyond."
- Sold two more stories to the Czech SF magazine Ikarie--"Here We Are, Falling Through Shadows" and my Nebula finalist novella "Sublimation Angels."
- Sold "When Thorns Are the Tips of Trees" to the Russian SF magazine ESLI.
- Sold "Here We Are, Falling Through Shadows" to the French book anthology Ténèbres.
Obviously the last two weeks have been great for reprints. Author Mike Resnick often says that he makes a significant portion of his income on reprint sales to foreign markets. I see what he means.
For foreign markets to submit to, check out Douglas Smith's Foreign Market List.