Film Gals Novel Available
They Met On Set by Cat Dailies
They Met On Set by Cat Dailies is a romance novel set in the Canadian film and television industry in Vancouver.
I’m pleased to announce I learned how to publish this novel “They Met On Set” by using using Draft2Digital – an excellent platform for the self-published writer.
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This was partly an experiment to see if I could self-publish using the newest tech. I do love www.draft2digital.com so far. It has a great dashboard so that you can see where and when you’re being published. It also has the ‘number of books sold’ area which is fun to watch.
Click the above blog to see Cat Dailies film and tv specific materials. Also follow me/her on Twitter at @CatDailiesfilm
Older Publications on WattPad
For my current publications check out my page on Current Credits. The Polar Borealis stories area available free to read on his website.
For really old publications, that I don’t think I’ll resell for one or another reason, I decided to try Wattpad at the suggestion of Jessica. Her friends use it all the time. It’s a great forum for older stories that have been published, and the copyright returned to me.
Many SF publication don’t wans “previously published stories”, so no one can read these unless they have access to my paper files.
Here’s the story: Raven Rattle
It’s interesting to revisit old stories. Parsec Magazine (Cdn, out of Sudbury, Ont) published Raven Rattle in 1997-1998. It is very much influenced by Haida and Musqueam art.
One of my strangest findings is that there is at least one story I don’t know if I have any copies of! It was published as part of a con program book. But maybe I’ll find it.
How I envy those who don’t have to move all the time!
So, here’s a very old story:
It was published a long time ago and only existed in paper form until yesterday.
It’s not a huge project, but I do want to store my published SF stories online somewhere for others to read and as an archive.
This was Dad’s tractor in the 1960s with his self-built cab set up for a haying. The kids are: myself somewhere between Grade 1 and 2 with and my sister Anne, behind us is my brother David. This was in our fantastic farmyard with lots of big trees and space to wander!