My short story THE RETIREMENT PLAN has been accepted by Tears For the Void, the new sci-fi magazine published by our friends at Mythica Publishing. I was happily surprised by the decision to use it since it is a new genre for me.

It is a simple little tale about a couple of guys on the verge of retirement from the military and their plans for world domination.

This news created more excitement in my son than getting my book published. Science Fiction, now I've accomplished something worth while. I think I corrupted him years ago when I gave him a set of DUNE.

I have a new short story in the drawer that I'm going to start sending around as soon as I get some time. It's a detective story set in Texas right after the first World War called "That Damn Callahan Girl". It is as historically correct as I could get it and it covers a relatively unknown slice of Texas history.

There are a couple of works in progress hanging off the edges of my desk right now so I'd better get back to work on them or I won't have anything else to add to this post.

Thanks for taking the time.

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Comment by J. F. Juzwik on April 9, 2009 at 8:32am
Congratulations on acceptance of your SCI-FI story. Simple little tale? World domination? Sounds terrific! Joyce

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