Indie-October looms…

Back in April as regular, and the occasional passing readers may remember I did a series of posts for Indie April. Posts all about various indie writers and creatives and their work. This was a surprisingly successful endeavour and as that will have been six months ago in October I have decided to do it again, but a little different this time.

This time rather than me posting a series of blogs about indie writers, I am going to throw open the doors of the Passing Place to those writers and let them run free reign on here with guest posts. So that you, my adorable readership will get to read about the thoughts and interests of all those wonderful creative talents out there first hand. Their only brief is ‘make it interesting’ so frankly I am not even sure what I am going to get back from them. But its going to be a hell of a ride…

But that’s not all that October brings. For there will be my usual collection of irreverence and distilled wittering. The annual pre-NaNoWriMo posts. A little Lovecraftian goodness. A quote or three, and all the rest… A new Harvey Duckman Presents Anthology is due out as well, so I can almost guarantee I will have to talk about that, as I once again have the honour of a story within its folds. And… erm…

I am sure there was one other thing happening in October I needed to mention…

Oh yes…

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If your an indie writer who wants to be included in my Indie-October guest post series , drop me a message. The more the merrier…

Mark

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