A Monster, a Nebula and a Spaceship Walk into a Bar…

No, I’m not gonna tell a terrible joke,  but you might be wondering what these three things have in common. The answer: me.

My most recent published short story – Monster – can be found in the Summer 2012 issue of From the Depths, the quarterly literary journal of Haunted Waters Press. It’s a very lovely publication. Click on over and take your time perusing the art, prose and poetry on display – it’s worth it!

Over at The Galaxy Express blog, I was recently interviewed by Heather Massey. We chatted about the above short story as well as Blue Nebula, my upcoming release from Carina Press and the sequel to Blue Galaxy.  While your over there have a click around the blog. Heather has been tirelessly promoting science fiction, science fiction romance and e-books for a few years now and there’s lots of delectable content to be found on this blog. Enjoy!

Last, but not least, I was over at Contact: Infinite Futures blogging about my favorite spaceships. Click on over to see what they are. Do you have a favorite? I’d love to know. Again, this blog has been regularly providing lots of top-notch, geeky content and is well worth an explore.  It’s the blog of Carina Press’ SF/SFR authors and I can vouch that they’re an interesting crew.

Well, that should keep you out of trouble for a few hours. Have fun!

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About Diane Dooley

Writer, Mother, Geek
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4 Responses to A Monster, a Nebula and a Spaceship Walk into a Bar…

  1. Your story is so well-written. Always love your elegant style. Thanks so much for sharing!

  2. Diane Dooley says:

    Elegant? What a lovely compliment, Gypsy. Thank you so much *blush*

  3. Dale Long says:

    Love the line about gravity pulling her/it down. Nice twist at the end too.

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