Author Archives: Irene Montaner

Writing goals {April 2018}

Well, well. March was a month of epic failures as I didn’t fulfill any of the goals I had set to myself. And you know what? I’m okay with it. I still don’t know whether this is something good or … Continue reading

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Writing goals {March 2018}

Bye-bye, February; hello, March. I have rather mixed feelings about February, so I guess I can only be happy about March being already here. Another chance to start afresh. And time to make set myself some new goals for this … Continue reading

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Currently reading: The Lord of the Rings

I have been meaning to read The Lord of the Rings for ages. Well, for years anyway. But for some reason or another, I always put it off. Several years ago I was too busy studying, then I was always … Continue reading

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A whimsical day of sorts

Today I am thirty-three years and four months old. A most tender age, if you ask me. And a curious one, for if I reached the considerable age of a hundred, today I would have loved one third of my … Continue reading

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Voting for Sword, Sorcery and Subway Cars now open

Good morning, world! In case you missed it, I got a new story published last month at The Astounding Outpost. It’ll be part of their Sword, Sorcery and Subway Cars collection. Every month (or so) they publish a themed anthology … Continue reading

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And the winners are …

Last month David Wing of Zero Flash asked me to guest judge the January entries for their monthly competition and I gladly agreed. I have no experience whatsoever and had never done anything remotely similar, like being a slush reader. … Continue reading

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Writing goals {February 2018}

Oh my, January is already come and gone, way too fast I would say. But maybe that’s just me because I was on holidays for the first ten days of the month and it still took me nearly a week … Continue reading

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