Enter the Inferno

Delighted to announce I’ve recently had a short story published in the Inferno anthology edited by Horror Tree editor Stephanie Ellis and author Alyson Faye.

Inspired by Dante’s Divine Comedy, the collection is themed around the nine circles of Hell and mine turns around the first circle – Limbo.

It was a total pleasure to be part of and and it has already garnered a couple of very nice reviews on Goodreads. So if you’re that way inclined, wander along to Hell and be thoroughly entertained/scared to death*.

And this is one of the projects that have been keeping me busy and far away from WordPress.

I’ve also written a five part serial for The People’s Friend (dates to be announced), had one full request on a novel manuscript from a literary agent (subsequently rejected), entered a handful of competitions (no placings there), rewritten the opening of a novel in preparation for an agent 1-2-1 (my first time on Zoom!), re-edited that entire manuscript after I had a second full request (from the 1-2-1 literary agent – the chat went very well, though no further news as yet), and have been redrafting the novel I wrote during the UK’s first lockdown.

The year has been so odd, so disjointed, the world turned on its head. And here we are, facing a very uncertain 2021.

But here’s hoping that life soon returns to some semblance of normality and that you’re all safe and well and enjoy the kindest, warmest festive season and have a healthy, happy and hopeful New Year.

*I can’t vouch for the other stories, but mine is more creepy and sad than terrifying, honest.

4 thoughts on “Enter the Inferno

  1. Lovely to see you posting here again, Lynn, and great to hear about your successes.
    You know where you stand in my estimation, so I hardly need say that your achievements come as no surprise.
    Bravo, well-deserved and long overdue!

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  2. Congrats on the good news, Lynn! Glad to hear you are still busily at work (though I figured you were, regardless). You’re very talented and I’m certain that your persistence will pay off.

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  3. Coming a little late to the game, but so glad to hear of your success in December and very impressed at your industry. Miss reading your FF short fiction, so eerie and beautiful! Continued good luck to one who deserves it!

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