Author. Nerd. Literary Deviant. Kelly I. Hitchcock
I’ve blogged several times about the issue of Clackamas Literary Review that I was recently published in – a publication timeline that looked a lot […]
I’m going to go ahead and make a bold statement: If you want to become an author because it’ll make you lots of money, you’re […]
Some time ago I mentioned that I had two publishers who were interested in my forthcoming novel, Portrait of Woman in Ink: A Tattoo Storybook. […]
Despite my literary fame and bestseller rankings exceeding 50 copies sold, I still make time to submit my shorter works to literary journals the old-fashioned […]
Loyal fanbase, you are, I’m sure, already aware of the fact that it took me seven years from the time I wrote my first word […]
I’ve been going pretty well nonstop so this is the first opportunity I’ve had to sit down and write my summary of the past 2 […]
Apparently the Santa in my life thought I was just nice enough to deserve a brand new Kindle for Christmas. Eventually, maybe, I would have […]
I got my first short story accepted for publication, which is super fantastic, but always comes with the horrible chore of withdrawing the manuscript from […]
Tonight I was plugging away at some submissions/future rejections, and I noticed something both disturbing and embarrassing.  It has been over 3 months since I […]
I’ve been deeply entrenched in the process of moving, and had an adventure on moving day that is definitely short story-worthy, but slightly before that […]