Today we have links from all over the web with a little something for everyone!
If you haven't been keeping up, The Top Suspense group will be posting part 8 of their round robin story, "The Chase". You can catch up at http://topsuspense.blogspot.com and don't forget the one who guesses the authors of each piece wins the contest.
Pulp Metal Magazine is have a birthday celebration in honor of their first birthday. There's loads of new stories and all sorts of fun things. http://pulpmetalmagazine.wordpress.com
Paul Brazill sent me a note about a new small press called Spectal Press. While submissions are invitation only, it's looks like they'll be publishing some pretty impressive authors. http://spectralpress.wordpress.com
Over at BookLife Now there's another Western post. This one questions several Western writers about "The Law of the Gun" and writing real people vs writing the myths. http://booklifenow.com/2010/12/let-your-characters-be-big-five-authors-on-the-law-of-the-gun-writing-the-west/
Pulp Carnivale has announced that they'll be launching on January 31, 2011 and they're still open for submissions. http://www.pulpcarnivale.com
The lists of best short stories continues over at Death by Killing with lists from Nigel Bird, Michael Solender, John Kenyon, Chad Eagleton and me! Check them out - you'll find yourself drowning in great stories! http://death-by-killing.blogspot.com
And if you missed Nano in November you might want to give Jano a try. The Sleuths Ink writers group is hosting this new novel writing month. And it might be a good way to kick start your writing in the new year. You can check them out at http://sleuthsink.blogspot.com/2010/12/join-us-for-jano-2011.html