Since David Wellington’s Fear Project started a lot has happened. I’ve gotten more involved in the writing community, and I have to say it’s an amazing bunch of people. I’ve gotten involved with Sanitarium Magazine, reviewing submissions, and I’ve made tremendous progress on my novel.
Competing against the others in the Fear Project so far has been a wonderful experience. Most of us are getting to know one another and communicating on a daily basis. They’re an amazing group of people and I’m honored to be a part of the Fear Project with them.
They’re a talented group. Some of what I’ve seen has surprised me. And it’s only the second week.
The Sanitarium faculty members, or doctors as Barry Skelhorn, editor of Sanitarium Magazine has given us the privileged title of, are a great group of authors and I’m proud to be working with them.
I keep telling people I’m a doctor now; no one believes me.
Through these experiences I’ve found the writing community is full of wonderful people. It’s a group that comes together, supports one another, bonds, and shares a love for the written word.
It’s a community I’ll always feel proud to be part of.
By the way, Sanitarium issue 30 will be coming soon. Dr. Forman has recommended something to treat your chronic boredom.
But beware… There could be some side effects.