I am at the awkward point in my writing career where I have published a story that costs money. Turn to Ash is a horror magazine whose first issue includes Bram Stoker Award winners, several accomplished authors from all over the globe, and me. It features my story "Hollow-Eyed Boys," about a disabled woman living in a trailer park in southern Ohio where things are not alright.
"Hollow-Eyed Boys" gained me admission to the professional genre-writers group, Columbus WriteShop, with a unanimous Yes vote, and is already being asked to be reprinted in the semi-pro magazine Expanded Horizons. So if you're wondering if it's any good, there's some metrics.
Turn to Ash is now available for pre-order. You can buy the magazine here: Click This Link
The zine ships in September. I have read a PDF Proof of it and can say I was blown away by every single story (mine still managed to have surprises for me, as I hadn't read it in 6 months).
Buy it if you want. You now have the power, it is in your hands now. If you need further encouragement, the magazine also features Lucy Snyder, Betty Rocksteady, Tim Jeffreys, Adrien Ludens, and tons more fiction, non-fiction, and art.
Thanks so much guys, you're aces. Now back to your non-solicited relationship with me, until the next time this comes up.