Jan 01 2009

My very own contributor’s copy

Published by Reesa at 2:09 pm under Unspeakable Horror anthology, Writing

image Still obviously learning the finer touches of my Phone of Awesomeness, but here’s the cover of my copy of the anthology with my first pro story sale! (Click on the picture to see the full-size version.)

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