The fabulous Davey Beauchamp, in the tradition of Writers for Relief 1 to Benefit the Survivors of Katrina and Writers for Relief 2 to benefit the Bay Area Food Bank, is putting together a third volume of his Writers for Relief charity anthologies, this one to benefit the survivors of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. He invited me to submit a story, and I’m delighted to say that “The Snow Woman’s Daughter” will be appearing in Writers for Relief 3.
Davey is the king of big hearts. I’m so glad he’s doing this and that I can be a part of it.
In other news, today is Day 30 of the 2011 legislative session, Crossover Day. It’s not even noon, I’ve edited a slew of rush amendments, and my brain hurts. Gonna be a loooong day.
Still plugging away on Dragon Queller. 5.5K new words in the last week. Average daily word count: 800.
Shiny progress bar:
36,296 / 85,000 words. 43% done!
Thank you for sharing the news about Davey Beauchamp and Writers for Relief.
Also…great news that regardless of everything else going on, you got so much work done on Dragon Queller.
Thanks, Dan! I was thinking as I watched the news coverage on the earthquake and tsunami in Japan how I needed to do something to help the survivors, and the next morning I got Davey’s email about WfR3. Davey utterly and totally rawks.
Ditto what Dan said, on all counts.
Thanks for contributing to WR3, Eugie. I’ll be buying this book the moment it’s available.
And thank you, Joe!