First off I want to say THANK YOU SO MUCH for those of you who offered to beta read for me. Everyone's crits were very helpful in catching things I had overlooked and a few aspects I had questioned myself (note to self: if I question something, it's probably worth changing).
Just a bit more work and it's off to the world of submissions (GASP!)
I'm going to use Duotrope's Digest. Have any of you used it before?
If you haven't, it's awesome.
It's a (free) website where you can search for markets for your pieces. BUT, you can do fun things, like sort by pay scale, or sort by markets that respond the quickest or that have the highest acceptance rate.
If you register it lets you save your searches and make reports on markets that accepted your work or declined you etc.
Honestly, every time I go there to play around, I spend at least and hour looking through all my market options.
I haven't done any work on Foxfire since Friday. Mostly because when I look at it now I'm all "Eff off Foxfire, I'm hanging with Hole Ridden right now".
And that, right there, is why I'm not typically allowed to work on more than one project at a time.
I don't really know why I picked up Hole Ridden. I had been planning on revising it soon, but I'm not sure why Friday was the day.
Oh well, the revisions will be done shortly, then I can send it off and I can go back to Foxfire, who may or may not be angry at me for not giving it any attention over the last few days.
Also I want to apologize to everyone who didn't see comments from me on Monday. With Blogger's dickery, most of my comments didn't save. What a jerk move, Blogger.