Archive for December, 2012

Photo Fridays – In my day

Posted in humor, Photo Fridays with tags , on December 28, 2012 by oneoveralpha



Did you get a Kindle for Christmas?

Posted in Books, Give away, Stories with tags , , , , , on December 25, 2012 by oneoveralpha

FewWords Buffet

If Santa brought you a Kindle, but didn’t put any books on it for you, why not check out a couple of my short story anthologies.  Both A Man of Few Words and The All-You-Can-Read Buffet will be free to download on Christmas Day.

145 Days

Posted in Writing with tags on December 21, 2012 by oneoveralpha

As I mentioned in my last newsletter, my record for days spent writing in a row was 144.  I just made a few revisions to a short story and submitted it, meaning that I have now written everyday for 145 days.  Will I make it to 200?  Let’s hope so.

Photo Fridays – End of the World

Posted in Books, humor, Photo Fridays with tags , on December 21, 2012 by oneoveralpha


And write.

End of the World promotion

Posted in Books, Give away, Stories with tags , , , , , on December 19, 2012 by oneoveralpha

This Friday, I will be having a free promotion for the Kindle versions of my three of my books, A Man of Few Words, The All-You-Can-Read Buffet, and “Brain for Rent and other stories.” So if the world doesn’t end, you can pick up something to read.  And in The All-You-Can-Read Buffet you can read my story “Will Any Survive?” – which is set on December 22 – to see my prediction of what will happen.

Photo Fridays – Photoshop

Posted in Photo Fridays with tags on December 14, 2012 by oneoveralpha

I missed last Friday’s photo because I was traveling.   Hopefully, this will make up for it.


Stephen L. Thompson’s November 2012 Newsletter

Posted in Newsletter with tags , on December 1, 2012 by oneoveralpha

Welcome to my electronic newsletter, covering November 2012.

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My publication news for the past month:

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This month I wrote 5,699 words, giving me a yearly total so far of 83,268, meaning I’ve hit my goal of 80,000 words this year!  I have also written every day this month, so I still have five of my no-writing days left.  That means I’ve written every day for 125 days, so I’m well on my way of beating my record of 144 days.

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Despite writing every day, I just couldn’t come up with an idea for a haiku, so I didn’t write one this month.


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