My Short Story Has Been Published!

Hello Monday! {I know this is late, but it's still technically Monday, so there you go.}

I am sorry I don't have a funny for you today, but I have better news: My short story "The Stone House" is now up at Hogglepot.com! And it's going to stay up there for a whole ENTIRE week (July 24th-July 30th). SQUEE!!!

Hogglepot is a weekly fantasy journal that features short fiction with magical or fantastical elements. The best thing about Hogglepot is the fact that they will donate all proceeds from purchases of their quarterly issues to Reading is Fundamental, a literacy charity that supplies books to underprivileged children in the US. How awesome is that!

You can follow Hogglepot on Twitter: @thehogglepotpig
Like them on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/HogglepotJournal

I'm always all for supporting anyone who is an advocate of literacy and providing books for children to foster their love of reading.

On a different note, Chapter 8 of the Skeleton Key blogvel is up at Jennifer Merritt's The Demeter Diaries. Check it out!


Kate Evangelista said...


Anonymous said...

Hooray for you!!!!

Michelle Porth said...

Congrats! That's so exciting!

Anita Grace Howard said...

Woohoo!So proud of you, my sparkly friend!

The East Coaster said...

Off to read it now. Well done - way to be awesome!!!!

Scott Niven said...

Just got done reading your story and loved it! I also love that Hogglepot donates proceeds to charity. Will your story also appear in their quarterly magazine?

Marewolf said...

Awesome! And well deserved my #goatlovey :)

Liz Fichera said...

Very cool! Congratulations!!

Liz Fichera said...

P.S. Just read your short story. So clever. LOVED it!

Jacquelyn said...

Sweet! Congrats :D

Angela V. Cook said...

So cool! Congratulations!

Caitlin Vincent said...

WOHOOO!!! Go Cherie! That's fabulous :)

Lori M. Lee said...


Jen said...

That story was amazing! Your amazing! I loved it :)

Javid Suleymanli said...

I`m gonna check it out :)

Tara Tyler said...

yay for you, cherie!
i'm gonna go check it out =)

Mindy McGinnis said...

Congrats cherie! *heads over to check it out*

cherie said...


You are all so supportive and nice. I really appreciate the love. Thanks for reading my story and visiting my blog. You guys ROCK!

*Scott, yes, I think so. I'm buying it for sure when it becomes available!

Rachna Chhabria said...

Congrats, Cherie. That's great news :)

Wendy. Blog Author said...

This is awesome new and double awesome for the charity. I'm the same.

The Golden Eagle said...

Congratulations!! :)

LisaAnn said...

Woohoo, congratulations! I'm off to read your story as we speak... :)

Small Town Shelly Brown said...

Cherie that's awesome!

Christine Tyler said...


Bethany C. said...

I AM SOOOOOOOOO Proud of you--and you know how much I love this amazing story!! You rock, my purple sister.

cherie said...

Thank you so much !! I love you guys for taking the time to read it and leaving me warm wishes. ;)

<3 <3 <3 to all!

ali said...

Fantastic news Cherie! Congratulations!!

Julie said...

Congratulations!! I'm so glad I saw this while the story was still up, I really enjoyed it. Thanks for the great read!

Congratulations again, woo-hoo! :) :)

cherie said...

Thanks, Ali!

Julie, thank you so much for reading it. I'm glad you enjoyed my story. ;)

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