WIP Tuesday

In this whatever-may-happen day, I decided to share some of my ‘works in preliminary’ level.

I’ve read through couples of articles regarding radiation, where I hope to write a lengthy novel on it. I’ve thought of the title. Hopefully it is an agented submission.

Secondly, I was on the Chinese Ancient and Imperial Dynasties era, reading on wikipedia about a hopeful horror anthology submission by Samhain Publishing that might, eventually, turns into something dark, paranormal…and sexy…

Perhaps, being interested in Stephen King’s books I can never write a horror flick that can ooze blood. Or maybe spending time too much in front of the PC that one day I’mma be sucked from the screen. Ha-ha!!!

And I don’t reveal any of my work in progress. It’s like a superstitious like you’re afraid of walking down a soft plank ladder. But I’m working on a few projects at the moment.


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